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Set of 2 Bookends
Set of 2 Bookends
Set of 2 bookends
Keep your books and magazines in place, with stylish bookends. Architect Jørgen Møller has designed these original bookends for Ørskov Copenhagen. The classic design fits into any home, with its timeless Danish design.
Enjoy the flexibility of being able to place your books anywhere. The design makes it easy to hold your books and magazines in place without them tipping over and losing shape. Perfect for the home magazines in the living room, the cookbooks in the kitchen or for the textbooks in the modern office. With the classic design, the bookends can also be used in the children’s room, as they can be beautifully included in any room, due to their timeless and simple expression.
With the bookends, you can also easily divide a shelf in your bookcase. If you want to store books and display your favorite things side by side, these bookends are a smart and simple solution. It is also possible to place your books, magazines or brochures on a sideboard or for display on your desk with these simple and timeless bookends.
Set of 2 bookends is in a minimal design made of metal. The bookends are simply placed at each end of the book row, with the outermost books resting on the support, to hold it. Thus, all the books placed between are kept in place.
The bookends are well-known designs and with the timeless expression it can be used in countless contexts, in private homes, in offices, in companies – all places where there is a need to keep books and magazines in order.
The bookends comes in sets of 2 bookends. Can easily be cleaned with a cloth.
The bookends are available in four colors: silver, black, white and red.
Jørgen Møller was a renowned Danish architect and designer. During his lifetime, he designed many utility items for Danish homes and the international market.
“To me form and function are the keywords – by in reverse order. Functionality is essential, and only once you’ve achieved this can you start evolving the form. Decorations have no function and this I strive towards the art of simplifying”