Who can resist the fluidity of a curved back sofa, or the voluptuousness of a velvet tufted wingback, or the classic appeal of an Eames lounge chair? (Answer: Very few of us.) This Furniture section highlights a variety of furniture types, styles, finishes, and pieces, just to name a few. This Homedit section is a definite must-read.

Headboard Storage – A Simple And Smart Space-Saving Idea

When it comes to storage, I always think that it’s better to come up with some clever idea and hide the items in spaces which normally remain empty than to have a lot of furniture in the room. In the bedroom, for example, the décor should be as simple as possible. It’s not a room where storage should play an obvious role yet storage is not something you can ignore. So be clever and use the headboard for that.

Shelves are very practical in the bed proximity as there’s always something that needs to be stored

Headboard storage is an excellent idea. Most beds also have headboards and, if your doesn’t, then the idea of also using it as a storage space should be enough to convince you to get one. But what exactly does headboard storage mean… Well, it means you can store things either inside the headboard or on it or that you can reconfigure the headboard so that it also includes some storage space.


10 Amazing Space-Saving Furniture Designs Perfect For Small Homes

It’s not easy to come up with the perfect interior design when there’s a small space to work with in the first place. But it’s possible to have everything you need without making compromises and without turning your home into a storage space. There are tons of great space-saving furniture designs to choose from and they can easily solve the problem.

Drop Leaf Table with 2 Round Stools

For example, take a look at this table. It’s perfect for a tiny dining room or, even better, for a spare corner in the kitchen. When not used, the table becomes tiny and it can it just about anywhere. It can be extended and it has two matching stools.Available for $128.


From A Spacious Desk Into A Cozy Bed In Just A Second

It’s a new year and plenty of work to be done but, even though there is plenty of enthusiasm, it will eventually fade away and you’ll just want to hide under the desk and take a nap like George did in Seinfeld. But, unlike him, you won’t have to improvise because someone already thought of combining the two pieces of furniture: the desk and the bed.

This is a desk that can transform into a bed in just a few seconds.It’s a perfect solution for small spaces but also for work spaces. The flexibility of the design allows you to save lots of space. For example, you could put this desk in a corner of the room and feel free to decorate the rest of the space in any way you want. You won’t be needing a bed so there’s a lot more freedom to be enjoyed.


Marble-Top Tables to Admire & Inspire

Don’t you love the elegant style of a marble-topped table? No matter what the shape or style of piece, I’m hard-pressed to think of a table, cabinet, shelf, credenza, or anything with a flat surface that wouldn’t be enhanced by the beautiful material.

Like this dining table, for example. The classic marble-topped Saarinen tulip table looks stunning, with its perfect proportions and clean lines and curves. White and grey marble adds substance and style to the slim pedestal base, and the combination is timeless.


Bamboo Furniture: Ideas and Inspiration

Go green with some slick and stylish bamboo furniture. It’s durable and strong, it’s even stronger than steel! It’s available in an array of colors and varieties. It holds its shape no matter the changes in climate, which makes it okay to use as outdoor pieces. And yes, that means if water hits it, it won’t ruin the look, feel or shape! Now that you know some of the great advantages to bamboo furniture, let’s take a look at some great ideas and inspiration on where and how to use it!

1.Organic Sitting Area.

This living room looks like they took the bamboo right from the great outdoors and make seats out of it. It’s pretty, light and organic in make and style.


Functional Furniture Full Of Secrets Created For The Museum Of Modern And Contemporary Art

As a person who likes simplicity and mystery I’ve always dreamed of having of home where things aren’t exactly what they seem to be. But I never really managed to come up with a clear image for this place or at least not until now. Then I found this interesting project. It’s a space furnished with creations of Harry Thaler who designed them for the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Bolzano, Italy.

As you can see, you can’t really tell which piece of furniture is which because, when not used, they basically all fold up or down and become mysterious box-like structures. It’s a very interesting concept and it’s not alluring just because of the mystery it brings but also because of the functionality of the designs.


10 Folding Furniture Designs – Great Space-Savers And Always Good To Have Around

Folding furniture is usually a great option for small spaces. It takes very little space when not used and it becomes as functional and great as any other type of furniture. But you don’t necessarily need to live in a tiny home to opt for folding furniture. It’s something that’s always great to have around. For example, folding chairs make perfect extras when you have guests and the same thing can be said about folding tables.

Folding kitchen island.

Not all kitchens are big enough to accommodate an island. Of course, a kitchen island is always useful so an option can be to have a folding one. You can use it only when you need some extra counter space and the rest of the time you can hide it behind the door for example.


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