Ingenious convertible furniture designs to turn that small space around and how!
Necessity is the mother of invention. Our cities are swelling with young people making the move for better opportunities. In a way, this has put tremendous pressure on urban dwellings. Smaller spaces are in vogue, not just to accommodate growing populations, but also to keep home sizes manageable. Here’s where convertible furniture comes into the picture. What better than having one multi-purpose piece of furniture that saves you the cost and space of fitting in a separate piece? There is so much that you can do with a small space with just the right tools for your aid, like a table that doubles up as a cabinet, for example. Here are 5 ways in which you can get convertible furniture for small spaces right.
Convertible Furniture For The Kitchen To Dine & Dash
The kitchen and dining areas are the heart of the house. A place to bond with our family between meals or during traditional sit-down dinners with our folks. Smaller homes seldom have enough room to accommodate a dining space along with a kitchen or a kitchenette. This stunning kitchen cabinet that doubles up as a dining table, complete with a set of benches has our heart. The table and benches replace traditional cabinet doors, leaving you ample space for storing or displaying your kitchenware.
Save Space With This Convertible Bedroom Furniture
The bedroom is your personal sanctuary, as well as one for your personal belongings. It is supposed to be one of those spaces in your home that provide for additional storage. But how does one manage that within a limited space? A bed-cum-storage unit as convertible furniture for small spaces works wonders. You can store a great deal of belongings without having to occupy a significant and separate amount of space in the room. We also love how the cupboard has a provision for a foldable desk, giving you everything that you would need in your personal space.
Cool Convertible Furniture Ideas To Work From Home
Want to get a desk in your bedroom by the day, and a sleek storage unit by night? The only available space in this bedroom for a desk is in the niche by the bed. Having a fixed table would have occupied extra space right next to the bed all the time. We like this convertible furniture design with a foldable desk that can be stowed away when not in use, retaining the look and charm of the bedroom design.
TV Unit With Sliding Shelves Convertible Furniture Design
Your books, DVDs and records always need a dedicated space of their own, especially if you are a keen collector. The best place to have them placed is around your TV and sound system. The question is – how to achieve that in a small apartment without it looking cluttered? We love this ingenious convertible furniture design that features sliding or pull-out shelves attached to the TV unit. You can store or display your collection within the unit itself. The unit, whether your leave it open or closed, looks complete and aesthetically pleasing.
A Convertible Shelf With Pull-Out Desk For The Bedroom
In a bedroom like this, you need to ensure that you get as much free space as you can. It helps keep the bedroom organised, clutter-free and helps you relax. Convertible bedroom furniture helps you sort out your space issues. The shelving unit in this bedroom is great for storage and for displaying your decor. The addition of the pull-out desk makes the shelving multipurpose without it getting in the way.
Convertible furniture for small spaces is more than simply serving as an additional storage space, or a means to free up space in a small apartment. It is also an incredible way to make the most of any space, small or big. Convertible bedroom furniture, for example, can serve multiple needs without compromising on the aesthetic. A convertible bed or study table for the children’s bedroom means more room for your kids to play while they are in their growing up years. Convertible furniture in an extra bedroom means free space for hosting a bunch of your friends and family. Convertible furniture for the kitchen means whipping out an extra seat when a friend comes over and you want to chat over a steaming cup of tea. Love our convertible furniture designs? Get in touch with us for personalised recommendations for your space.