Whether you're living in a tightly packed apartment or making a minimal footprint in a stand-alone home, choose furniture that flips, folds, morphs, and stows away to keep interiors tidy.
Sided in smart white lacquer and topped with glass, this four-in-one table seamlessly transitions from holding mail to a casual dinner to a feast for 12.
This combination side chair–step stool is made in Italy from solid wood—available natural or stained—and is pieced together using traditional joinery.
BoConcept makes a solid range of sleeper sofas,mbut this jack-in-the-box of footstools adds optional snooze space in an especially compact package.
Add a water- and scratch-resistant melamine top to a console base, pictured here in walnut veneer, and seat up to ten people in a jiffy.
With no hardware or gizmos, this stacking bed—available in beech, maple, American cherry, walnut, and white glazed oak—is as fetching configured as a twin or as a double.
An added bonus of this Baltic birch bunk bed—besides the fact that it tucks into a 12-inch-deep wall cabinet—is the intentional gaps around the beds’ moving parts, meaning no pinched fingers.