Small spaces, big ideas

Tiny city apartment? Big house with a small room you just don’t know what to do with?

Make the most of your space by using some of these clever space-saving ideas.

Need a place to sit?

Many sofas are available in loveseats, settee size or mini versions. Don’t rule out a sectional either—there are some great configuration options available in small scale sizes.

And if you’re expecting an overnight guest, consider our Nantucket Twin sleeper – cozy for everyday reading or watching your favorite show, it pops open to a sleeper for your out of town visitor too! Also check out the upgraded mattress options for top-notch comfort.

The Josie comes in a stylish settee, standard sofa, and compact chair, perfect for styling small apartments or spaces (top row + bottom right). Guest visiting? The Nantucket Sleeper (bottom left) pops open for a cozy sleeping space.

 

Has dinner for two turned into dinner for six?

Our Hyannis Flip Top Table can be used in so many ways! It can comfortably seat six for a meal, but can be folded and used as a sofa table or even a desk when the party is over! Multifunctional pieces make it easy!

Hyannis Flip Flop Table

The Hyannis Flip Flop Table‘s versatility in three uses (from left): side table, dining table, and desk.

Need to quickly hide all the toys or clutter?

Our hideaway ottoman is the perfect storage solution. This piece is so versatile, really! Use it for storage, as a coffee table, or even as an extra seat when you have company. And in the bedroom, whether you’re accommodating company or a growing family, the drawers in our Atlantic bed offer ample storage beneath.

Hideaway Storage Ottoman and Atlantic Panel Storage Bed

The Hideaway Storage Ottoman (left) can serve as a coffee table, storage chest, and seat, while the Atlantic Storage Bed (right) offers extra space to hide away clothing and belongings.

 

 

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2 Responses to Small spaces, big ideas

  1. Karen Dacey says:

    I will be purchasing new living room furniture I am undecided whether to go with a sectional or pieces. I have college age children three a grandson and lots of young adults in and out I love the shabby chic look we live near the ocean so I also like that cottage feel also blues whites the walls r going to b painted all white hardwood floors this is my first living room purchase in over 15 years I am so excited I want to get this right I have 2500 to spend. Help

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