String - Rods
The rods are created to optimize a shelving combination and fit together with metal and galvanized shelves. The rods are available in the following widths: 24 cm, 53 cm, and 72 cm.
The rods with widths 53 cm and 72 cm must be mounted along the width of the shelf, whereas the 24 cm wide rod can be mounted along the width or depth, if the shelf has depth 30 cm. The rods increase functionality and makes it possible for even more creative storage solutions. They are the optimal accessory for your hallway or wardrobe shelf since they make is possible to add coat-hangers from String® System. It is also a great spot to hang scarves, shawls or why not the dog leash. Each pack contains one rod.
'Modern since 1949'. String is the original component shelving system designed by the Swedish architect Nils Strinning in 1949. He was one of the leading mid-twentieth century designers who built the foundation of what we now call 'Scandinavian design'.
The structure is light weight, yet stable. It is simple to assemble, and the shelves can be easily repositioned. Books are kept in place by the side panels and shelves of different depths can be combined in the same unit. When more shelf space is needed, simply add an additional side panel and some shelves. It is equally suited to a large or a small wall. This and the minimalistic timeless design is the reason why String still attracts attention after 70 years.
Designing your system
This (1 min) video shows you how to use the String ‘Build Your Own’ Configurator Tool:
You can plan your String system using the ‘Build Your Own’ configurator tool on the String website, then send us the plan and we will price it for you or shop our 'ready to go' String Systems.
Pop into our Tauranga showroom to view the components and options available.
If you need assistance planning and ordering your String system, please feel free to contact us, we are here to help. We also can provide an installation service for your String system.
If items are not in stock, our current lead time is 8-12 weeks.