OK, so a double bed might not exactly be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of how to navigate a small space, but hear us out: this platform bed comes with shelving on either side to store everything from books to sweaters. Plus, you can tuck unused items or extra storage bins under the raised-bed to save more space.
Hang your mugs up in style with this sleek wall hanging. It comes with six hooks and a built-in shelf to give you maximum storage potential.
This hanging desk is less clunky than a traditional desk, plus it includes extra shelves for storage. It’s ideal if you work from home a lot but don’t have the space for a home office, as you can hang this up on any empty wall. Pair with a foldable chair for maximum space efficiency and you’ll be good to go!
This one’s for all you mini-fridge users: to save even more kitchen space, try this storage tower that fits neatly over your fridge to house all your pantry items. It’s a super simple way to clear up much-needed counter space.
This Mid-Century-inspired floating desk folds up, making it the perfect home office option for the tiniest room or nook. Use the top ledge as a floating shelf to create even more storage and revel in your smart use of wall space.
This is SO much more than a coat rack. It’s actually more like a plant stand, coat rack, shelf hybrid—the solution to all your small entryway storage problems.
We love the hexagon shape of these side tables, and not just because of their geometric nature. Buy three and they can easily become your moving, mix-and-match coffee or side tables that can adjust to your living room’s needs.
This new modular shelving system from SWENYO has the potential to be a major game changer for people with small spaces looking for an adaptable and multifunctional shelving experience. There are different sizes created for various purposes and rooms of your home—and we want every. Single. One. (Can you tell we’re excited about this product?)
To start, all of Poppin’s lounge seating features tool-free assembly. (Cue sigh of relief.) It doesn’t stop there—the backrest can be used as a surface for your laptop, you can mix and match colors as you please, and you can change up your seating arrangement depending on which pieces you purchase.
Ideal for an entryway or bedroom, this leaning mirror-ladder-combo serves as a catchall for your stuff as you run out the door (and arrive home!) and a mirror for a last look, of course.
This desk rolls, raises, and lowers, making this “go anywhere” desk the most convenient thing to happen to your small bedroom-turned workspace.
A slim, rolling cart with hooks for towels is just what tiny bathrooms need. It’s a great alternative to a mounted wall unit or over-the-toilet shelving situation.
No space for a full side table? This Scandinavian design is all you need—a rack for your books and magazines and a cupholder for your drink.
If you have a small space, chances are you have a teeny tiny outdoor space or are stranded without one at all. Keep this table, that conveniently rolls up to be stored in a bag, handy for summertime picnics.
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Avoid the constant messy pile of shoes with this genius wall-mounted shoe rack. The chic display and functional storage aspect of this rack might just inspired us to buy one… Or five.
Use this dressing table as a desk by day and a vanity by morning and night. The built-in mirror is convenient and there’s tons of hidden storage.
Tiny apartments are usually accompanied by a tiny balcony. This Swedish design expands to meet your table size needs seating up to four people. Yes, FOUR.