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Multifunctional Furniture of The Future

When your home is in desperate need of a makeover but you don’t have an overly generous budget, it is time to think about purchasing multifunctional furniture.

Modular Walls

If you work from home but don’t have an office, it can be frustrating to have to work from the kitchen table. The answer could like in a modular wall. Although these portable partitions won’t stop the transfer of sound, they can create a separate space in room which can be hidden from view. By allocating an area as an office it can also get you in the right working head space. When you work in the living room or kitchen it can be difficult to leave work behind at the end of the day, but a partitioned space can help you, and your family reclaim the living area as a place to relax.

Day Beds

If you don’t have the space for a sofa-bed, a daybed could be the answer to your guest-related problems. These stylish items of furniture can be used as a cosy sofa during the day, or for general lounging about and then, if needed, can be simply transformed into a bed. Daybeds are convenient, space saving and they’re very comfortable too, which makes them the sensible choice when searching for a stylish guest bed.

Multifunctional coffee tables

There are several options when it comes to storage and furniture and you will find there are many tables that open to reveal ample storage space. However, if you are after something truly spectacular and you are partial to the odd computer game, take a look at the Nintendo controller coffee table, which is actually a huge fully functional game controller. There are even online tutorials in how to make you own!

Sofas and Storage

If you have had enough of finding somewhere for all your necessary clutter, then think about buying a sofa that has internal compartments for storage. There is no need for book shelves or shoe racks when you buy a sofa with storage. Opt for sofas with under-seat storage or panels in the arms and enjoy a clutter-free living room.

When is a Chair not a Chair?

When it’s a table! The Mogga is both a chair and a table, and was designed to suit smaller spaces that could not accommodate larger pieces of furniture. It only takes a view steps to transform the chair into a small table and then back again.

With so many versatile pieces of furniture available, there will be items to suit all budgets and tastes. With so many designers and producers working on the next best thing, I can’t wait to see what quirky items are next on the market.

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