These 15 Stylish, Space-Saving Furniture Designs Are Oddly Satisfying To Look At

These 15 Stylish, Space-Saving Furniture Designs Are Oddly Satisfying To Look At

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    lighterside-staff-authorBy Lighter Side Staff  |  Read More

    Space. Not only is it the “final frontier,” but it’s also a valuable home commodity. Like any valuable commodity, it’s smart to learn how to be efficient and get the most out of it. But not all of us have the time to figure it out for ourselves. Thankfully there are creative artists and designers in this world who’ve dedicated their trade to lend us a helping hand. Below you’ll find some of the most amazing space saving furniture we’ve found. Enjoy.

    1. This Orla Reynolds design is a simple set of table and chairs that fit neatly into their own personal shelving.

    Via Orla Reynolds

    2. Bonbon Compact Living Solutions designed a sofa that is perfect when couch-surfing friends are visiting.

    Via Bonbon Compact Living Solutions

    3. Hard to have a dining space more efficient than this. Well done, Antares Company.

    Via Antares Company
    Via Antares Company

    4. Need an out of the way workspace?

    Via Amazon

    5. Christoph Brenner’s take on saving sofa and bed space. Quite stylish.

    Via Christoph Brenner
    Via Christoph Brenner

    6. Need a place to stash your books and/or private goods? Judson Beaumont has your answer.

    Via Judson Beaumont | Straight Line Design
    Via Judson Beaumont | Straight Line Design

    7. Julia Kononenko’s sofa design that changes into a japanese style dining table.

    Via Julia Kononenko
    Via Julia Kononenko

    8. With Ruetemple’s mobile recreation area, you may be hearing the “Transformers sound effect” when opening and closing it.

    Via Ruetemple
    Via Ruetemple

    9. Ever want to make your chairs and table look like a spacecraft? Dedon has you covered.

    Via Dedon
    Via Dedon

    10. Seriously, why has no one thought of this sooner?

    Via Amazon
    Via Amazon

    11. Puur Design and Interieur (Pure Interior Design) decided to see what would happen if a russian stacking doll fell in love with a chair.

    Via Puur Design and Interieur
    Via Puur Design and Interieur

    12. Tobias Fraenzel’s door inspires fun for days on end.

    Via Tobias Fraenzel

    13. Natalia Repolovsky created an indoor “stoop” (dwarf staircase), that doubles as a storage container.

    Via Natalia Repolovsky | Shoebox Dwelling

    14. Here’s a cool podpad cabinet from Werd. “Werd up.”

    Via Werd

    15. Elena Sidorova asked that inevitable question. Are sofas all that can double as beds? She thinks not!

    Via Elena Sidorova | iCreatived