FireEscape Shelf

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There's something special about living in the city. The sound of idling traffic, the energy generated by people rushing through the streets, the smell of roasting nuts in winter and crispy grilled hot dogs in summer, the sight of the sun glinting off of tall buildings. The mean streets of NYC and San Francisco aren't for everyone but now even country dwellers can capture a piece of the urban magic with this FireEscape Shelf.

Three tiers of scaffolding are joined together by miniature ladders to replicate the stairs that scale tall buildings in a single bound. There is plenty of space on each level for everything from potted succulents to artwork to framed photos or the shelves can be used as a spice rack, makeup organizer, or jewelry display, depending on which room the fire escape ultimately calls home. It's a fun conversation piece mixed with a lot of practicality but it won't leave creative types longing for something more special than a traditional bookshelf or nondescript display case. Treat a friend or family member to a piece of home or evoke the feeling of a metropolitan oasis well out into the suburbs -- either way, this gift livens up even the smallest of spaces with a little bit of downtown charm.


  • Made from hand-welded epoxy-coated steel
  • Holds candles, potted plants or other curios
  • Hanging hardware included
  • Approximately 25" high and 12" wide and 3 1/4" deep
  • Hang several shelves vertically down your wall for an even more dramatic effect
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