The ultimate guide to interior design for compact, pressed-for-space homes is to create illusions of space – with colours, the creative arrangement of the living/bedroom areas, and of course multifunctional furniture. We’ve put together a few pointers on how to make the best use of space using multifunctional furniture pieces:
Your go-to solution for a small bedroom is always a storage bed. Your bed is the prime real estate occupying item in your room. The more use you can get out of it, the more you will be saving on space. Storage beds give you all the space you want underneath, to store bed sheets, clothes, shoes etc. Our Vitello bedroom package has a queen storage bed to keep your room clutter-free.
While these beds give your room a heightened appearance, they also give you that extra space below them, where you can make a workstation with a table and chairs, or have a bookshelf underneath to store all your books. Many loft beds even come with a folding table option below them, which you can use while working and hide when you’re not.
Another genius hack to make your living room more user-friendly is to opt for floor seating solutions that can be used not only as single units but also combined to make a sofa or even a guest bed. Bounce from Furlenco serves this purpose well.
When you have smaller or slightly compact living spaces, you need to ensure that you make the most out of them. Your couch is not just a comfortable place to hang out, binge-watch Netflix and unwind after a long day, but can also double up as a working space when work-from-home days take over. Having an understanding of your space makes you accommodate all kinds of situations, and a Lana sofa bed does just that – by adding a multi-purpose element while also saving on space.
Coffee Tables with Seating
If your living room is cramped and you have extra people coming over, provide them with seating that comes along with your coffee table. This is one of the best 1+1 deals as the seats won’t take up any extra floor space, they can be pushed under the table, to form a whole unit, and pulled out when needed. Some of these tables like our Takino table, even come with storage options on the side, for your newspapers and magazines.
Decorating your home with multifunctional furniture is a smart solution. It not only saves space but also adds charm to your living area, at a lesser cost, too.