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It’s all part of the retailer’s spring 2017 product assortment

Sarah Yang

Whether you live in a small bungalow or a studio apartment, it can be challenging to decorate a tiny space. You might not be able to invest in a large sofa or a dining table that sits eight (or even four), but there are still ways to make a small space equal parts livable and stylish. Enter Pottery Barn’s latest spring 2017 collection, which features furniture that was designed to be “size-conscious and multifunctional,” with accessible price points. The new products—which range from a sleeper sofa to a coffee table that lifts up for extra storage—will be sold at 15 flagship stores and online. Take a look at some of our favorites below.

SOMA Brady Slope Arm Slipcovered Sleeper Sofa

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Say goodbye to that futon. This compact sofa easily folds out for any visitor. It’s comfortable to lounge on during TV binges, too—there’s a double layer of padding that you won’t find on some basic sleepers.

Portola Lift Coffee Table

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There’s no shortage of storage in this multifunctional coffee table. The shelf underneath can hold books and magazines, while the top lifts up to offer even more room for stowing items. When the top is raised, you can use it as a desk or dining spot (perfect if you have no dining table and don’t want to use your lap as a surface).

Dublin Stackable Shelving Unit

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Customize these stylish units to fit your shelving needs—they stack on top of each other so you can have just one or two (or three, or four). Use the included hardware to secure the pieces to the wall. 

Alice Gateleg Storage Table

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This super slim table can be used for dining and for working. When it’s time to eat, just lift up the eaves to create a dining spot for two, then collapse them when you’re done to tuck the table tucked away. The built-in shelves can be used to store dishware and cookware, or other everyday items.

Rainier Galvanized Storage Cart

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If you don’t have enough kitchen cabinet space, use this industrial-inspired cart to stash plates, cups, and serving dishes. The wheels underneath make it easy to move around in case you need to do some quick rearranging before guests come to visit. It can be also placed in the bathroom to hold toiletries and towels, if the only storage you have is a medicine cabinet.

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