Are you moving to a small big city apartment to fulfill your dream life? If you are already making compromises with your space, don’t compromise your move. We care about your belongings and will manage your relocation project so you don’t have to lift a finger. Chances are you will need to be practical with furniture in your tiny home. It’s the way of modern living. No worries, we’ll show you some affordable and life saving multifunctional furniture for small spaces.
They’re not expensive, however, they bring ingeniosity into space and will adapt to you and your home. No matter what your living situation is, from single life with occasional visitors to starting a family, check out our choices for amazing multipurpose furniture.
Use your sofa wisely: Multifunctional furniture for small spaces is a must-have
Design shouldn’t only look pretty — it should also solve a problem. On top of that, it should solve a problem for college students, renters, and small homeowners equally well.
It’s just not practical to have just one piece of furniture for every function. No matter how nice a certain piece looks, everyone would still like enough space to freely move around their house and not stumble on stuff.
Why not sleep in the living room on your extra comfortable and pretty looking sofa-bed? If you don’t have a bedroom or you are expanding your family, this might be the only way. But what a comfy and practical solution. We’re sure you’re all familiar with this basic piece of multifunctional furniture for small spaces. Sofa beds come in all shapes and sizes, with different mechanisms and capacities. And even if you have a separate bedroom, you can still buy a sofa-bed as sort of a guest bedroom double.
Space-saving multifunctional furniture for small spaces essential: A drop leaf table
A drop leaf table has expandable leaves on both ends. Most drop leaf tables will have two separate leaves. The leaves expand the space on the table in a multipurpose and modern way. Usually, these practical tables can seat four people when folded, and six with the leaves extended. The tables are square when they are folded down because of the design, so if a square table doesn’t fit in with your design, the drop leaf may not be the best idea. They can also be uncomfortable for those sitting at the end with the leaves when it’s folded down.
If you happen to have some furniture “left over” from your old home that you cannot fit into your new, smaller space, we have great storage solutions for you. But for now, let’s see what can we do about decorating your compact home in a practical way.
Also called a “butterfly” table, these “drop leaf” tables are the perfect solution for small spaces. Moreover, when not in use, the chairs fold up and can be stored inside the table. This piece of multifunctional furniture for small spaces even has a third purpose. The table folds down effortlessly to transform into the perfect sideboard.
A portable island for your tiny kitchen
Or this one could be called meals on wheels! If you’ve always wanted an island but never had space, we have a trick for you. Invest in an extendable kitchen trolley. These are great for storing extra pots and pans, using as a breakfast bar or to add a bit more workspace when preparing meals.
It’s on wheels so it’s easy to move out of the way when you don’t need it. Whatever items you choose, remember, we are your small move specialists. We will install these well-designed pieces in your new home. Both we, and our practical suggestions adapt to fit your changing needs, so you can save both space and money. You can push a portable kitchen island against a wall to simply hold your bar accessories when not in use. Extend it out to become a small breakfast or cocktail nook whenever you want. Play around and become your own best chef!
Nesting tables – always a stylishly good idea!
When a piece of furniture can perform two or even three functions, you know you are getting great quality and usage for your dollar. We have many more tips and tricks on how to save money when moving, so be free to browse through our website. Right on that note, multifunctional furniture in small spaces is a money saver. But even if you have extra room and buck, this is a smart choice.
Nesting tables are very popular when it comes to multifunctional furniture for small spaces. Although they only really serve one purpose – like a table – they can be stacked together when not in use to keep them compact.
Pull them out and overlap for a modern looking coffee table or use two as bedside tables for an asymmetrical look.
When you need an extra seat – try your bedside table
If your space is extremely small, we recommend using a stool as a bedside table. They look like tables but are sturdy enough to sit on when you need additional seating.
There is only one downside to this design – there is no hidden storage.
A bed that disappears into the wall
It will be perfect when your family stays for the weekend. Don’t buy any more inflatable mattresses and don’t send your family to hotels. Invite them over and prepare a comfy sleepover, and your hospitality will be remembered. We even have tips for you on how to arrange furniture around rooms. Why not invest in a folding bed that can fit anywhere? Just like the butterfly table, this bed can fold up against a wall, and the flat headboard makes a great shelf!
No room for a coffee table? No problem!
Avoid coffee spills with a modern and minimalistic armrest table. Designers have come up with clever armrest trays that will fit most sofas and armchairs. They are perfect for resting drinks on if you don’t have room for a coffee table.
Another solution when you don’t have room for a coffee table is to invest in one of these end tables. This side table could also be great as a slimline bedside table.
The functional design allows the table to stand securely on just two legs, meaning that it can become integrated into existing furniture.