Mid-century Brazilian rosewood wall system designed by Kai Kristiansen

Call me old fashioned, but I still love paper books. This wall-mounted shelving unit is a great way to display books and decorative objects while keeping the vibe light and airy. The angled shelf is perfect for displaying beautiful art books and I love the Brazilian rosewood finish.


4,600 USD



Kai Kristiansen is a renowned Danish furniture designer known for his functional and elegant designs. The FM-Reolsystem, designed for Feldballes Mobelfabrik in Denmark, is a mid-century Brazilian rosewood wall system that offers a fully interchangeable and customizable shelving configuration. Each section measures 33.75"w. Unit shown consists of two rosewood clad metal uprights, cabinet with tambour doors, magazine shelf, larger shelf, and two smaller shelves.

The system is designed to be mounted on the wall, providing a practical and space-saving storage solution. Its modular design allows for various combinations and arrangements, allowing users to create a personalized setup that suits their needs and preferences. The use of Brazilian rosewood adds a touch of luxury and warmth to the overall aesthetic.

With this wall system, you can create different configurations such as shelves of different sizes, cabinets, drawers, and even incorporate elements like desks or entertainment units. The versatility of the FM-Reolsystem makes it suitable for various settings, including living rooms, offices, or libraries.

Kai Kristiansen's attention to detail and focus on functionality are evident in this wall system. The craftsmanship and quality associated with Danish furniture design are likely reflected in the construction of the FM-Reolsystem.


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40 lbs


33.75 × 15.5 × 72 in


72 in

1-Tambour Door Cabinet:

15.5 in

1-Magazine Shelf:

12.5 in

1-Large Shelf:

15.5 in

2-Small Shelf:

7 in