I have a number of Floyd products. They have a pretty specific aesthetic style; you either like it or you don't. It appeals to me, but I get that the sort of minimal, deconstructed design isn't for everyone. Their products are fairly hit or miss: the shelving system is great, and I've expanded mine over time; the bed is a nightmare and I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. The Shelving System is very well done: the actual shelves are made from sturdy metal, the hardware is quite elegant, and the ability to adjust height is a nice plus. And, of course, the modular nature is a fantastic benefit. I've expanded my set of three low shelves twice now, so I have a long set of five low shelves along a wall. Highly recommend those. Finally, the stools are very nice. We mostly use them as plant stands but I used to use them as nightstands, they're great as a footstool, and they've seen use as an extra seat in a pinch when company comes over.
The bed is not good. The planks are made of cheap veneer that chip away pretty easily, the straps are very difficult to tighten as you have to reach way underneath the bed once it's already assembled, which leads the planks to shift considerably over time. Speaking of assembly, it's not easy at all, and almost impossible if you don't have an extra set of hands to help. The headboard gradually slides back over time and has to be readjusted every month or so. And, though it's not necessarily a problem exclusive to the Floyd Bed, those corners are going to wreck your shins in the middle of the night, guaranteed.