Small Space Wonders: 5 Furniture With Hidden Storage and Versatile Design
These can go with almost any look—and budget
Sprucing up a small space can be pocket-friendly (and fun!) if you choose the right furniture. This means selecting pieces that are well-designed and multipurpose.
Living in a studio unit or a one-bedroom apartment? These condo-friendly furniture pieces are exactly what you need:
Nesting tables are brilliant, and this style is particularly irresistible for its sleek and sophisticated lines and high-gloss finish. The "mother" nestles the smaller ones, which you can easily take out when guests come over and extra surfaces are needed. You can also place the pieces in other areas like the bedroom.
Berlin Nesting Table, P11,998, Blims
Who says a small home can't have a spot for a study or home office? This compact, no-nonsense desk with metal legs and white PVC tabletop makes a great companion for working on assignments and freelance jobs. It also has nooks and crannies for storing school supplies and reference materials.
Zurich Writing Desk, P8,498, Blims
Whether you are aiming to achieve a shabby chic look or going for a midcentury-modern-inspired aesthetics count on this versatile, streamlined seating piece to work with your chosen style. The soft fabric makes it comfortable for lounging. This style is also available in two- and three-seater.
Dallas Bench, P13,489, Blims
If your space could use a little shot of bright color, this upholstered ottoman in striking red (also available in orange and taupe) will do the job well. It is also delightfully multifunctional, serving as a center table, extra seating, and additional storage with its discreet storage space.
New Castle Ottoman, P4,998, Blims
Even compact spaces deserve a furniture piece with a certain flair like this winged chair with cabriole legs that would be perfect for curling up with a book. It can also serve as a soft accent with its patterned fabric.
New Castle Winged Chair, P19,998, Blims
Find more condo-friendly furniture at Blims. Check out its Condo Collection here.