A storage couch that transforms into a bed and also has a handy compartment to store all your linens and pillows. Who even needs a guest room?
A wooden mirror, because if there’s one thing I have picked up from my many hours of watching HGTV, it’s that a well-placed mirror always makes a space look bigger.
A leaning desk that can transform basically any empty corner into an office. Heck, the profile is so slim, you could probably set up an office in a hallway!
A three-tiered hanging basket to both free up some counter space and turn your apples and bananas into basically hanging art.
An accent chair because it’s deceptively small and perfect for those odd corners you don’t know what to do with. And worry not, it doesn’t feel small or uncomfortable when you sit on it!
A set of curtains to add a sense of floaty airiness to your room, while blocking just the right amount of sunlight. Plus, if you hang them a little above your actual windows and let them fall to the floor, it’ll make your windows appear larger.
A lift top coffee table that offers hidden storage, and a way more ergonomic way to WFH if your couch is still your office.
Or a slim console table perfect for a skinny entryway, or even sliding behind a couch for some secret storage without the bulk of a larger table.
A shelf lamp to both brighten up your space (which always makes it feel bigger) and add some unobtrusive storage. You could even use this as a side table, if there isn’t a ton of room left next to your couch or bed!
A wall-mounted media console if you have other ideas for the floor space under your TV, but still don’t want wires and boxes hanging around all willy nilly. Truly this is the best of both worlds.
A bed tray with foldable legs that make it function as a lap desk, a serving tray, and even a cute table for floor picnics. It’s a great way to extend the use of your space, and it folds away easily when you’re not using it.
A large rug to tie all the items in an area together, which is especially helpful if you’re trying to use a room for multiple purposes. A rug can help a living room/dining room or a bedroom/office look totally cohesive.
A canopy bed frame, because who says that having a small space means you shouldn’t also be able to feel like royalty every morning.
A metal and glass coffee table with an industrial feel from the metal, but lightness from the glass, so it’ll add a stylish touch without dominating the room.
A makeup organizer perfect for, yes, makeup and brushes, but also a ton of other tiny things you need to keep organized and decluttered. I keep stationery and writing supplies in one, and I have my eye on another for hair accessories.
A narrow cart with shelves on shelves of storage space, because everyone knows that loving to cook and not having enough counter space is its own particular form of torture.
An entryway storage valet that’ll corral that weird pile of shoes and umbrellas currently clogging the space right by your front door. Just getting all of that off the floor will make the entrance to your house seem so much more open and welcoming.
A bookcase headboard to basically eliminate the need for a nightstand. Your pile of books, your phone, that one abandoned drinking glass, and more can all fit with ease.
A fold-out dining room table that can also do double duty as a console, so you can slide it in and out of the way, depending on how you want to use it.
A structural light fixture to bring in a ton of light and prevent your room from feeling like a cave that’s slowly closing in around you.
A dresser with a small footprint but a ton of storage, so you’ll be able to put away plenty of tees and pants without feeling like your clothes are taking over your bedroom.
A storage ottoman perfectly sized to fit in a living room, an entryway, or even at the foot of a bed. We stan multipurpose storage.
A set of nesting tables so you can quickly modify your setup, depending on how much you need to set down or how much space you need to conserve.
A wood and metal garment rack perfect for organizing your existing closet so there’s no wasted space, or for keeping your clothes presentable if you live in a space without a closet.
A wall-mounted coat rack so you can hang coats, hats, scarves, and umbrellas, without wasting precious floor space.
A corner shelf organizer cute enough to put out on your counter but functional enough to also make space in your cabinet.
A two-tier spice organizer so you can finally use all the spices in your cabinet, instead of just the same three in the front because you’re scared to upset the balance of the rest of it.
A small mid-century dining table for a breakfast nook, a tiny dining room, or basically anywhere that will give you a real eating space so you can stop having dinner on the couch.
A wall mounted desk with major ~futuristic~ vibes, because if there’s anything houses of the future will have, it’s economic uses of space.
A corner cubby for a kid’s room, playroom, or anywhere with an awkward corner that could be used as an extra place to store books, toys, and more.
An over-toilet space saver to provide a space for your towels, extra toilet paper, and more — and all without looking cluttered or messy.
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