If there’s one thing IKEA reigns supreme in, it’s small spaces. Go to any of their shops, and you’ll probably find a model of an apartment not larger than 250 square feet, which is undeniably better set up than your 700 square foot townhouse. But IKEA furniture’s magic is to make use of the concept of space saving furniture to optimize what you do, even though you are not living in this restricted location.
We seem to find ourselves obsessively searching their website for ideas and inspiration, seeing how we can move our bedrooms into a storage oasis that has all the hygge of a Swedish cottage without the toddler’s playpen mess. So we decided to round up our top favorite space saving furniture for every room at home: from the ideal secret bed for your guest bedroom to the one shoe rack that we really use. Keep reading, and get ready to maximize your room.
Top 6 Best Space Saving Furniture
IKEA NORDEN Gateleg Table
Common with small homes, gate-leg tables are the solution for small spaces. Each side flips to expose a working or dining surface. Using one side for one or two participants, or at the same time extend both sides for a potluck. The best part of it? The NORDEN stores in the very center where you can position mugs or cutlery for simple, hidden access.
In an increasingly well-focused environment, it’s no wonder that standing desks are having their time. Think of this as a healthier version of a writing desk: it has drawers, hooks, and shelves for plenty of storage, and the slim desktop is the perfect surface for standing laptop work.
Clothing racks, though fun and aesthetically pleasing, tend to take up too much space. If you want the look of an Insta-worthy rack with no restricted space, go to the NIKKEBY. The newer style incorporates railings extending from front to back and side to side. Plus, there are thin shelves for shoes, sweaters, or bags that would otherwise not have a home.
Yeah, it’s just a railroad, but don’t judge a book by its cover. The KUNGSFORS line maximizes kitchen storage with rails and hanging accessories that take up wall space rather than minimal counter space. It’s particularly handy if you don’t have cabinets. Our best advice is to pair the railing with s-hooks for limitless hanging choices. (Trust us, you’re not going to believe what you can store on the s-hook).
Even if you have a spare bedroom in your apartment or home, it’s uncommon to book for guest use only. It also transforms into a secondary TV room, an art room, a playroom, or, in the perfect world, a meditation suite. If you do want guest-room capabilities without placing a large bed in the middle of your zen den, the solution is this handy ottoman. By day, it’s a cushioned ottoman for sitting and leaning to the feet, but by night, it folds out to the size of a twin bed for spur-of-the-moment guests.
This is one of amazing and adorable space saving furniture. If you’re a fan of IKEA furniture, you’ve probably heard of their KALLAX system: basic modular cube storage. This small basket is specifically designed to fit into a cube, ideal for holding big documents, loose bits, and boobs, or for charging cables.
Quick Tip If you’re a fan of IKEA furniture, you’ve probably heard of their KALLAX system: basic modular cube storage. This small basket is specifically designed to fit into a cube, ideal for holding big documents, loose bits, and boobs, or for charging cables.
If you have a small space, the space saving furniture is the glorious key to not being driven absolutely insane by your limited space. These space saving furniture at IKEA will definitely save you space and actually look good. Space saving furniture is also a fantastic housewarming gift idea. Share them with your loved ones if you find them useful.
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