I'm currently downsizing to a smaller place and stressing out over where I'm going to put all my stuff. One of the ways I plan on saving space is by investing in multifunctional furniture pieces. Whether it's an ottoman with secret storage compartments or sofa beds, I will take all the extra space I can get. As I went on a mission for my own home, I shopped and uncovered a ton of useful furniture pieces I never knew existed, but are beyond cool. Ahead, you'll find 50 picks that are worth every penny. Whether it's your bedroom, living room, or whole house that could use a few of these items, there's no doubt they will help you keep your stuff in order. Keep reading to shop my favorite finds and snag the ones your life is missing - you won't regret it. Related: Out of Space? No Problem! These 15 Stylish Ottomans Have Secret Storage Compartments
A few years ago, I moved into an apartment that was smaller than I'm used to - now I've learned ways to make up for lost space. One way is by investing in smart furniture pieces that either offer extra storage or are multi-functional. If you also live in a home on the smaller side and always wished you had more storage or space-saving furniture pieces, then you've come to the right place. Ahead, I've curated a list of over 65 useful and stylish pieces that will totally change the way you live. From beds with secret drawers to folding kitchen tables and comfy sleeper sofas, there's no shortage of good finds here. Keep reading to shop all my favorite picks and get inspired to spruce up your own home and make it feel triple the size. Related: Sofa Shopping Made Easy - These 12 Living Room Sets Are Exactly What You Need
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Part of living in a small space means learning how to maximize every single square foot, and when you add in furniture, you have to be strategic about placement; you want to make the space livable without overwhelming it with furniture. That means if something can do double duty, it's a winner in a small space. Living rooms are some of the trickiest places to furnish, especially if you're working with a smaller space. Some of our top tips? Invest in shelving, make sure you have plenty of storage space, and don't underestimate the power of a great sofa. These 23 furniture pieces were made for small-space living; they'll save you such a headache when it comes to decorating. No matter your style, there's something on this list you, and your apartment, are going to love. From sofas that convert into a bed to space-saving coffee tables and even a wall desk, you'll wonder how you lived this long without them. Happy shopping! Related: Small Space Dwellers, These 32 Products Will Save You Space, and Your Sanity
I've spent the last few years fixing up my first "adult" home, and doing it on a budget is not easy. First, I bought all the necessary furniture, then I started decorating. Picking out both decorative and useful pieces was difficult, especially when it came to shopping for mirrors. I knew I wanted to fill my space with a couple, not only to use, but also to make the rooms feel bigger. When I started looking around, I was shocked at how high the prices were. In an effort to save both time and money, I turned to Amazon. The site carries a wide range of decor items including pretty mirrors. The best part: they're all superaffordable and delivered right to your door in just a few days. To help you find your perfect match too, I curated a list of the 10 most impressive finds, for less than $150. Keep reading to shop my favorites and find the one right for your space. Related: 10 Home Items Our Editors Actually Bought From Amazon and Absolutely Love
They say that the kitchen is the heart of the home, but what if that heart is compact and completely cluttered? Pots, pans, dishes, mugs, and bulky appliances take up more room than any small kitchen dweller would like, and sometimes it seems that the only fix is to pick up and move to a home with a larger kitchen, which is most definitely easier said than done. Instead, take comfort in knowing that you can look to Ikea to transform your tiny kitchen into an organized oasis at an affordable cost. Ikea's kitchen offerings meet every small kitchen need with genius space-saving furniture like mobile utility carts with room for cooking essentials, wall-mounted dish racks for clutter-free counter space, and even island frames with hooks and shelves for additional storage opportunities. Yeah, everything you could ever need. Shop our favorite picks ahead, and give your small kitchen room for every mug, plate, fork, and spoon. Related: Hungry For More of Chrissy Teigen's Target Collection? Good, Because There Are New Items!
If you've been pushed to the tiny bedroom in the back of your apartment (like myself), live in a dorm, or just could use some creative storage solutions - we hear you, and we're here to help! There are a slew of reasons for compact living situations, but the biggest problem? Cramming our clothes, accessories, bed, dresser, and every other living essential into a minuscule resting area. It's certainly not easy or ideal, but Ikea has some space-saving solutions that we think can help. From multipurpose furniture staples like bed frames with built-in drawers to life-changing storage savers like exposed closets and hanging organizers, there's so much to choose from. If you're ready to ditch that pile of miscellaneous crap for a tidy space, then have a look at these cheap storage solutions ahead! Related: Ikea's New Outdoor Furniture Will Turn Your Backyard Into a Personal Paradise - Just Add Sun
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