High/Low: The Scandi-Style Storage Shelf (Is This the $815 or $99 Version?)

Cane-Line Frame Low Shelving System

Identical, these three shelves are not. But they are uncannily alike and certainly share similar traits—namely light wood legs and white metal planks. We don’t blame designers for being enamored with this pairing: The distinctly Scandi look feels both modern and classic. Here are the three shelves, priced from high to low. Which one would you go for?


Cane-Line Frame Low Shelving System 1
Above: Cane-Line’s Frame Shelving System Basic Unit, composed of teak legs and powder-coated aluminum shelves, is made for indoor/outdoor use. Each unit can be combined with others to suit your needs. Pictured is the low, white version (it also comes in Lava Grey), measuring 39 inches wide, 16½ inches deep, and 25 inches high; $815 at the Danish Design Store.


Sko Shoe Rack at DWR
Above: The Sko Shoe Rack has an ash frame and perforated powder-coated steel shelves. It’s smaller than Cane-Line’s version, making it a good option for shoe storage; $265 at Design Within Reach.


Ikea PS Shelf Unit
Above: You can count on Ikea to come up with a version that looks high-end but costs hundreds less. Its PS Shelf Unit features birch legs and powder-coated steel shelves; $99.
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