Modular Furniture – Always The Better Choice And Perfect For Small Spaces

There aren’t many reasons why someone would choose regular furniture over modular one as the latter comes with numerous advantages. First of all, it combines multiple functions in a single design. Secondly, modular furniture lets you save tons of space without compromising on comfort and function. Also, it’s very fun to discover all of its hidden secrets.

Peg.

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Peg is a furniture system designed by John Arndt and Wonhee Jeong of Studio Gorm. The collection includes wooden tables and benches that can be easily disassembled and hung on the wall when not needed. Also, the legs and tops are interchangeable and can be used to create numerous furniture pieces and accessories.

Plywood bookcase.

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This modular plywood bookcase was designed by Branka Blasius and is composed of a series of modules and acrylic glass. The modules are of three types: one with acrylic glass plates, another with a drawer and the third type which can be either a closed or an open box. They can be used independently as stools, side tables or bedside tables.

Modos.

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Modos is also a modular furniture system and ti was designed by Andrew Personette and Mayy Tyson. It introduces a very interesting concept by allowing you to customize it without using any tools. Assembling furniture has never been easier. The system uses clear anodized aluminum connectors that simply clamp the pieces together.

ZIG.

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Designed by Cecilia Dupire in collaboration with Costa Picadas,ZIG is a modular line that includes block cushions and a series of wood, glass and Plexiglas pieces which can be used to make tables and shelves. All the components combined can result in sofas, chairs, beds and anything else you may need.

BUILD Modular Shelving.

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Meet BUILD, a modular shelving system which allows you to design your own furniture. A single modular elements is at the heart of the collection and the pieces can be used in a variety of ways and used to create numerous configurations. Use them to make partitions for your own, wall-mounted storage and display systems or freestanding pieces of furniture.

Sanjin Halilović.

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Perfect for modern and minimalistic interior designs, this modular furniture series offers function and style in a very simple and artistic way. The system is made of joined wood panels, reinforced with glue and finished with acrylic matte paint. What’s also nice about it is the fact that it resembles an abstract sculptures so you can also use it as a decorative piece.

Tipi modular shelving system.

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Called Tipi, this modular shelving system features a fun and playful design. It was created by Assaf Israel for Joynout Studio and it includes a cone-shaped structure on which the shelves are fixated. You can easily deconstruct the piece and pack it compact.

Steel Stool.

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Steel Stool was created by Gautier Pelegrin and Vincent Taiani and has a modular design. Several of these modules can be stacked and grouped in a variety of combinations. No screws or glue are needed for assembly. Come up with your own designs and you can build seating, shelving, tables and numerous other useful pieces of furniture.

Brickbox.

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Brickbox is a modular shelving system composed of a series of simple modules which can be stacked like bricks to create storage for your home office, living room, bedroom and basically any other space that needs it. You don’t need any instructions when everything is so simple and obvious.