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Space saving furniture that multi tasks

 

Chatter about the full moon and lunar eclipse tonight has reminded us that whether your condo is big or small, the best way to utilize space is to have furniture that moonlights as other pieces of furniture.  Take for example the everyday stool. This stool can be used as something to stand on when you're reaching up for something, but did you know it could also be used as a last minute seat or fill in for a side table holding your magazines in glorious sight? And if Ottomans are your thing, be sure to get one with an internal compartment that moonlights as storage.  Let’s not forget about the adventures of the sofa either.  Sure we can sit on the sofa, heck we may even put our feet up and snooze on the sofa, but did you know you could also use the space under your sofa to serve as a book holder, or blanket holder?  This way the space underneath the sofa is not just for collecting dust anymore. So stop pigeonholing your furniture.  Like you, they would like to try out a new talent every now and then. Now if only one of my furniture pieces would learn how to make me a sandwich…

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