This really is the retro range that keeps on giving. The latest addition is the Quilda midcentury modern shelving at La Redoute.
You might recall I have featured the Quilda range in some depth in the past. It’s one of the best ‘high street’ midcentury modern furniture ranges out there. In fact, it might well be the best, covering pretty much every corner of the house and offering an authenticity of look you rarely find in modern-era reproductions. Do check it out. But check this out too, the latest addition and a fine addition to any home that works a midcentury modern look.
There are three separate designs available in the range, which work either individually or in multiples as runs. Much like all the best midcentury modern shelving. Yes, I am thinking about the String shelving system when I say that, but you can also throw Ladderax into the mix too.
Take your pick from as wall-mounted vintage bookcase, a similar shelving unit with one cupboard and a shelving unit with a smoked glass-fronted shelving unit. The shelves are adjustable and removable, the cabinets functional and the supports made of lacquered steel.
They look amazing individually, but as you can see from the top image, they work better as a group. It just depends on the amount of space you have to play with. And how much you are willing to spend.
Yes, let’s talk about money. The official price for the units is £290 for the bookcase, £425 for the unit with the wooden cabinet and £475 for the unit with the glass-fronted cabinet. I say official price as La Redoute always has a deal on and right now is no different.
You can get 25 per cent off all of those prices using the code NEW. Yes, it’s that simple and bringing the prices down quite a lot if you act quickly.