Housefish Design, a firm specializing in furniture design, has produced a line of eco-friendly, modular storage furniture — you can buy individual pieces and stack them practically anyway you like.  Why is it green?  Well, the furniture is flat-packed for shipping (you only need a hammer to assemble), the wood is sustainably harvested FSC maple plywood, and the pieces are finished with a zero-VOC finish.  Sounds good!

The pieces might not be considered high design, but they are fun and useful.  They are available with doors in a variety of colors that work well for mix-and-matching.  It is clear that they are well-built and sturdy. 

Units are priced between $400-$600, and can be used as bookcases, a tv stand, console or maybe even a coffee table.  The great thing is, you can change their use whenever you want, or need, to.  Certainly makes fitting your furniture to a new apartment or home a little bit easier.  Visit Housefish Design's site for more information on construction and purchasing. 





Photo credits: Housefish Design Engineering.