8 Ways to Squeeze Furniture Into Your Small Spaces

Anyone who’s ever had to deal with a small space knows that small living space comes with its own set of challenges. But designing these spaces is still possible. With a little planning and forethought, even the most cramped spaces can become equal parts functional and eye-catching. The very important thing to consider is make sure to be precise as to the function of the space. Ask yourself questions about how you use the room. Check out these 8 ways to squeeze furniture into your small space below to make your space functional and stylish at the same time without sacrificing something. Enjoy!

1. Skinny Console


Create a custom table that’s as narrow as your room demands with dining table legs and few boards just like in the picture above. You can paint the board with the color that match well with your space.

2. Armchair Perch


If you think that having a side table will make your small space feel cramp, consider to make this one. This unassuming project stands in for an end table, and offers just enough room for your evening cup of tea.

3. Flat Plate Rack


Hung rails show off dishes and platters while storing them securely is a good option if a cabinet or baker’s rack is too much for your kitchen.

4. Sneaky Sofa Table


Try planting a long table for lamps, houseplants, or even extra storage behind your coach. This move multiplies your surface space when you don’t have a wall to spare.

5. Floating Nightstand


A hardware-store corbel and craft-store pine board come together to create the cutest teeny table that doesn’t crowd your bedroom space.

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6. Hidden Tilt-Out Trash


Cover an ugly but necessary garbage can by creating some extra counter space with this thoughtful design.

7. Magic Mirror


When you need a work space or a breakfast nook only sometimes, try a version you can hide in plain sight. This table folds into the wall when not in use, morphing into a sleek mirror.

8. Clever Coffee Table


This wooden crates project pulls triple duty in the living room: coffee table, offers extra cushy seating as an ottoman, and houses extra shelving.

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