William Warren's Shelves for Life is a Stylish Coffin/Bookshelves

There's a good reason that William Warren named his creation "Shelves for Life":

The shelves are CNC cut in oak veneered plywood to the customers measurements. They are intended to be used throughout life as storage for personal belongings. On death, the shelves are dismantled and rebuilt as a coffin.

Who says you can't take it with you when you die? Link - via core77

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Oh my. To be honest, I think it's a bit creepy. To me, watching your yet-to-be coffin very single day and storing your stuff on it it's not the right way to go!
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Holy cow! That is so cool! My husband wants me to build his coffin, but I don't think we have a good place to store one, and I don't think I could whip one together when grief-stricken. This is an excellent idea!
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