7 Areas with Space-Saving Features from ErgoHome
Find convertible, multi-functional space-saving furniture from ErgoHome
Since many homeowners now live in small spaces, furniture brand ErgoHome has come up with original lifestyle solutions ideal for any space. ErgoHome has collapsible workstations attached to shelving units, an entire kitchen work area and cupboard hidden inside a cabinet, and even a dining table that materializes magically from the floor.
ErgoHome also offers free professional consultation and 3D model design, to enable you to customize and visualize your space into your dream unit. In order to take away the stress of having to assemble and fit everything by yourself, the brand even offers free delivery and installation.
To learn more about ErgoHome, here are a few of their space-saving solutions:
Transform a lounge into a workspace and bedroom with just a few adjustments. A storage unit at the side has recessed panels that can be pulled out to reveal workstations.
With a handful of ottomans, which can be opened for additional storage, children can also easily work and play in this room.
The shelving unit can be used for a flatscreen TV or as a shelf for more things. Meanwhile, the sliding panel can even hide an extra bed.
On the other hand, the sofa on the other side of the room has a built-in coffee table that can be removed.
Transform a living room into a spare bedroom with the use of a couple of functional furnishings.
By rearranging the foam stacks, the sofa can be transformed into a casual sleeping space. The shelf behind the sofa also hides a single bed.
To provide needed storage space in this unit, the floor is raised by about a feet from the floor. The steps have built-in drawers. More space is also available under the floorboards.
The shelving unit on the side of the room hides a folding bed. To reveal the bed, you just need to push a button, and the bed panel slowly goes down.
In case of a brownout, you can even easily disconnect the motor from a side of the shelving unit to be able to manually pull down the bed.
A button also raises a panel from the floor to create a Japanese-style dining area. After a meal, you can easily hide the table with the push of a button.
The shelving unit at the end of the room serves as a window seat. It can also be constructed in such a way to hide a flatscreen LED TV that can be revealed or hidden with a push of the button.
This dorm unit has shelves where students can pile their books and equipment. A workspace is even built into the shelf.
A panel at the end of the shelf can be pulled down to reveal a single bed. Behind the bed is an additional shelf space for more belongings.
In this room, a workspace is built into a shelving unit at a side of the room.
The center table has adjustable legs that can be raised to transform it into a dining table.
The bed is also hidden inside a cabinet.
In this room, a panel can also be pulled to reveal another bed. There are also shelves above the bed that can be used for storing more personal items.
This is an interesting take on the usual bunk bed. There is also a cabinet beneath the top bunk.
Visit the ErgoHome showroom at 2/F North Wing, SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City. You may also call (02) 551 6875 or (02) 831 4110 for inquiries.