This post showcases a remix video on modern space saving furniture for small homes, including tiny houses.
Many of the examples you might find impractical but they’re here to serve as inspiration for new ideas that you may be able to incorporate into your current home or future tiny home design.
Maybe you can simplify some of these to make them easier and cheaper to create but either way my hope is that they’ll open your eyes to the possibilities with furniture and how they can make your current or future space smarter.
Tiny house living, to me, is all about intelligent use of space no matter what the size since we all can’t squeeze into tiny homes because most of us have families or other needs that need to be accommodated.
I’d love to see this sort of furniture being used more often in small spaces like condominiums, apartments, and small homes so that we can help transform our current housing space into more sustainable and affordable housing for everyday people and families.
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For example, imagine how this retractable bed would transform and expand a one- or two-bedroom condo, making it suitable for more inhabitants to enjoy the space for a longer period of time before they outgrow it.
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Furniture like this can help you have a guest room and an office without two separate rooms, saving you upfront purchasing costs and lowering your monthly bills as well. How would you like to use this kind of technology for your own home or office?
For even more ideas, watch the video below:
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