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Fantastic Curvy Shelves, Stands, Cabinets and Tables from Vincent Thomas Leman

Updated on March 2, 2018

These wild and crazy curvy and/or deformed furniture, has been increasing in popularity and demand, and is the work of Vincent Thomas Leman.

Craftsmen and artists have been experimenting a lot with utilitarian furniture and art, adding their own artistic touch, resulting in fascinating and compelling creations like you see in the photos below.

Even though these wild designs appear to be non-functional, in fact every door and shelf within the units can be used or opened.

My favorites are what I identify as the "stackable" units. The way the pieces connect and change to allow them to stand upright and still look cool is amazing.

I really like how they are adjusted for weight while maintaining the great and unusual designs. I want some of these.

Now are these bookshelves out there or what. If you think of putting things in them to actually store, you'll see the brilliance of the weight distribution of the design, which when completed, would offset one another so it wouldn't cause any falling problems. Crazy but cool.

By the way, what's that weird cabinet doing in the middle, it looks so straight and boring.

Curvy Bookshelves

I included this set of bookshelves because of that unique one on the left. It would seem to take a little faith to entrust things in that until you see the weight will be distributed nicely. The way the top shelf stands on top of the bottom one looks really nice. Like it a lot.

Curved Bookshelves

Would I like to dedicate a room to fill with this type of furniture, and I'm seriously considering it. These work together because they all have a flat top, with the exception of the tallest piece. I'm not sure why the purple piece was included, as it had no curves in the design.

On the top left is the green shelf with that interesting piece sticking out on top. While funny looking, the little drawer in it for storage is a nice touch.

Curved Furniture and Storage

Is the leaning tower of clock or what? What a hilarious piece. The way the clock sits is outstanding, and would no doubt generate tons of conversation.

Leaning Clock Storage Piece

All of the pieces below are interesting designs in the overall theme, but my favorite by far is the one on the bottom row, second from the right. It almost looks like it has a giant pirate's peg leg on the bottom. The way it intrudes itself into the other part is fantastic.

More Surrealistic Storage Furniture

Although it may be hard to understand and difficult to explain, the 3-piece stackable unit below is my favorite of all of the curvy furniture seen here. It may even look a little guady, especially that top piece, but the way it sets into the bottom and is seemingly tipsy on the top is very compelling in my opinion.

3-Piece Stackable Curved Furniture


What I particularly like about these types of unique storage and furniture collections are the types of ideas it generates for where I live. All sorts of objects and things I would like to put in and around these amazing works of art and furniture are flying around in my head. You can't ask much more than that from your furniture's design.


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      6 years ago

      This is really a great deal. I am sure there are many home buyers who wants the best value for their money.

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      7 years ago

      WOW! These are awesome, the images are fantastic. They would be a very unique focal point for any room. It reminds me of Alice and Wonderland or Willy Wonka Furniture, fantasy pieces of furniture.

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      7 years ago from Orange County, California

      What neat furniture. It looks like it should go in the house of Lemony Snicket! I love it!

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      7 years ago from Greenfield, Wisconsin

      What crazy furniture! I really like it though...great in a kid's room I think. Thanks for sharing. I have never seen this stuff before now.

    • CarltheCritic1291 profile image


      7 years ago

      Hahaha! Oh wow, I love this! I want a curvy clock right now! Great hub, voted Up, and Everything else. Keep up the good work :)


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