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Shaker-Inspired Trays from a Danish Design Firm

Norm Architects Shaker Trays in Black

As part of Furnishing Utopia, a project with the Hancock Shaker Village and Mt. Lebanon Shaker Museum, Danish designers Norm Architects created three black wood trays in the Shaker style. Not only do the trays nest but they can be hung on the wall, preferably on a Shaker peg rail.

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Above: The Shaker Trays resemble the lids of traditional Shaker boxes but with wood more substantial than a box lid.

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Above: “The inspiration is fund in the Shaker rails, the Shaker boxes, and is combined with the minimalism you find in both the Shaker- and Scandinavian style with a focus on aesthetic and functionality,” the designers say.

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Above: “The inspiration is fund in the Shaker rails, the Shaker boxes, and is combined with the minimalism you find in both the Shaker- and Scandinavian style with a focus on aesthetic and functionality.”

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Above: The three different sized trays nested and hanging on a wall peg.

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