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Hide & Seek Soft Wall

Posted on Apr 22, 2014 in Dose of Design , Products
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A nifty solution to the tricky problem of smart storage

Finding the right soution for the storage of magazines, newspapers, pamphlets and brochures can be something of a challenge, whether at home, in the office or within commercial spaces. The Hide & Seek Soft Wall — which can also be made in the form of free standing units — is upholstered and cushioned to accommodate the various sizes, shapes and contours of magazines and newspapers. Slits are cut in which to insert the pamphlets and brochures, which often get misplaced when stacked. Loops are created to to hold magazines and newspapers, which easily  fold and slip in normal shelf storage. TheHide & Seek Soft Wall can be made in any colour, size and form.

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