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.

Pallet Addicted – 30 Bed Frames Made Of Recycled Pallets

Pallets are used worldwide for all sorts of interesting and useful DIY projects. For example, wooden pallets are often used for making furniture such as bed frames, nightstands and all sorts of other things. There are several advantages which come with using pallets.

You can make lots of things using pallets, including a headboard

First of all, you get to recycle.Second of all, it’s very cheap. You can find pallets at local stores or buy them for merely nothing. Also, it’s very easy to work with pallets.


Clever And Space-Saving Beds Which You Can Slide Away and Hide

A bed is a large and robust piece of furniture, no matter now sleek and sophisticated its design may be. This means that they occupy lots of floor space and thus don’t leave with too many options when decorating the rest of the space.

But what if you could somehow hide the bed when you’re not using it and clear up floor space? That would be truly awesome and it’s definitely something I’d consider for my home. But let’s take a look at a few examples to better understand how it all works.

Here’s a living room with a seating area which raised off the floor and sits on a platform. You might wonder why such a design was chosen. It’s so that a pull-out bed could fit underneath the platform. It’s basically like having two pieces of furniture one on top of the other and which can be used independently or both at the same time.


21 Chic Acrylic Coffee Tables & Their Stylish Versatility

Acrylic, Lucite, clear, fake-glass. Whatever you may have called it or heard it called, acrylic in the form of chic furniture is here to stay. It’s a win-win as an ultra-chic yet visually lightweight piece amid many other more eye-catching pieces.

Specifically in the living room, which often is a design mecca for larger furniture (and more pieces of it, to boot) and diverse patterns, colors, and textures, an acrylic coffee table is versatile to fit any style, color scheme, or size needs.


Nesting Tables – A Trend You Must Follow This Year

Nesting tables have been around for quite some time but they became really popular lately as people started to appreciate their functionality.Nesting tables are great space-saving solutions for small spaces. They allow you to save space without having to give up the comfort of having a lot of furniture.

This set of nesting tables matches the style of the décor as well as the color palette

By opting for nesting tables you basically save a lot of floor space. Because they fit one inside the other, you can have three tables that only take up the space needed for one. This way you spread them throughout the room, use them independently and then store them cleverly when not needed anymore.


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.


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