Like many organizationally challenged folks, Argentinean designer Natalia Geci was inspired by Marie Kondo’s bestselling book “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up.” Following the author’s principal of only holding onto items that bring us joy, Geci created a freestanding, multifunctional furniture system to not only encourage de-cluttering, but to display these prized possessions.
The LYNKO system is so lightweight that it comes flat packed in a bag, which also makes it perfect for those with a more transient lifestyle.
It’s made from powder-coated metal frames linked through wooden hinges, and it comes with a customizable selection of accessories for storage and display.
LYNKO works well as a entryway catchall or as a small office complete with a desk, bookshelf, and cork board.
In the kitchen, LYNKO holds pans, plates, cutlery and even a small dining table. It can even work as a shower caddy.
And in the bedroom, it functions as an open wardrobe full of pockets, fabric shelving and hangers.
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