Live large in a small space with these design hacks!

Comfy cosy with small space furniture

When it comes to creating a home you love, think big – especially in a small studio condo or loft. Use multipurpose furniture, a strong personal-organization game and a cohesive colour scheme to design a stylish pocket-sized home.

Your small-space MVP is a convertible sofabed. “Pop-Up Sofabeds make the perfect nesting space. The bed ‘pops up,’ but it still looks and sits like a sofa,” says Krista, Leon’s Sofabed Buyer. If your living room doubles as a bedroom, that tailored look is crucial for a neat, uncluttered look. Choose a Pop-Up Sofabed that offers more than just a spot to sit or sleep: “The Dannery has a chaise and storage too,” says Krista.

Check out this Marie Kondo-inspired story about storage.

“MULTIFUNCTIONAL SOFAS OFFER STORAGE AND COMFORT. THE LOOK IS CONTEMPORARY SO POP-UP SOFABEDS LOOK GOOD IN A LIVING ROOM, GUEST ROOM OR REC ROOM.” –  Krista, Sofabed Buyer

Is this wall art?

Colour plays a large role in making a room feel larger. This home’s neutral white, light grey and warm wood palette creates an expansive look. Accent hues like pale gold, jade and celadon blend rather than pop, enhancing the effect. But zero frames don’t mean zero personalization: This 4K TV displays vacation memories and other cherished images in beautiful, high-def colour. With this TV you can subscribe to a monthly service to display thousands of artwork. Works beautifully between shelves or part of a gallery wall. (Also available in 43″, 49″, 55″ (shown), 65″, 75″ and 82″).

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A velvety slipper chair and plush area rug boost this room’s cozy factor, while the rustic-chic wall unit combines open shelves with closed storage to hide smart-home devices and other essentials. While a few collectibles are on display, careful editing ensures a clutter-free zone.

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