Wood Peg: It’s a multitasker and a space-saver (but not a floor wax or a dessert topping)

As it it isn’t cool enough that the various components of the Wood Peg furniture system by Studio Gorm can be assembled into a variety of different configurations. The whole system can also be stored on on a wall-hung rail when not in use.

(via Swiss Miss)

11 Comments for “Wood Peg: It’s a multitasker and a space-saver (but not a floor wax or a dessert topping)”

  1. posted by Carson Chittom on

    Very neat. But obviously not designed for someone with small children.

  2. posted by Catherine on

    I am just posting to say thanks for the B5 shout-out … 🙂

  3. posted by Chris on

    Great system – but is it available for purchase? The designer’s website doesn’t show purchase options… unless of course I missed that somehow.

  4. posted by Keter on

    That looks ridiculously easy to make. I feel an Ikea hack coming on.

  5. posted by Mletta on

    LOVE LOVE LOVE the idea of “use as you need”/store away pieces like this, especially for our apartment. But we have so little free wall space.

    Wonder if there is some sort of “stackable” option (wooden box that holds all the pieces? Box itself serves as coffee table)?

    Wish I were handy with tools and wood. I don’t think it’s quite as simple as it seems to make.

    If this is affordable, it could sell like hotcakes.

  6. posted by Penny on

    This reminds me a bit of the Amish practice of hanging chairs on a peg rack …

  7. posted by Joyce Speer on

    I love this. It’s a great idea for a small space; but is it for sale? How much damage to my wallet would it be?

  8. posted by Ryo on

    Very Shaker esque. The Shakers would use pegs to hang their chairs and other furniture.

  9. posted by gypsy packer on

    Next: laminate poster or other art to tops. Paint legs. Can this be purchased for a reasonable price, or is it still a prototype?

  10. posted by Wrennerd on

    Combined with LoveSac sactional pieces, this is all the furniture you’d ever need!

  11. posted by Penny on

    Whoops! Thank you, Ryo. I meant Shaker, not Amish! Mixing up my references.

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