5 Hacks for Small Apartment Decor
Make your small space feel huge with these decor solutions to the rescue
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Solution #1: Swap out a Couch for a Loveseat
Feel like you don’t have room for a couch? Snag a loveseat or settee for your space instead. They come in a variety of sizes and styles, making it possible to get cozy seating in any space.
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Parkview Loveseat; $869.00
Grab this loveseat for a classic couch style that’s been squeezed down to size for smaller living spaces. Pair it with a slim rug to create a mini living room.
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Solution #2: Merge Rooms with a Couch Bed
If you’re in a studio apartment, creating separate living and bedroom spaces can seem impossible. Embrace a multi-purpose space with these couches that unsuspectingly hide a comfy mattress inside.
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Allston Custom Thin Arm Day & Night Sleeper Sofas; from $2,100
This Room & Board piece might be pricey, but you can customize the size from an armchair that fits a twin mattress all the way to a queen-plus sleeper hidden in a three-cushion couch. Customize other features too, like the leg style and linen color.
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Winslow Sleeper Sofa; $649.00
Skip the hidden mattress for a futon that can swap from seating to sleeping. This makes for a great piece to keep as a guest bed when you’ve upgraded your furniture.
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Solution #3: Get a Versatile Table
Don’t try to squeeze a dining table and a coffee table into a small space. Instead, combine forces with these low yet large tables. Add some throw pillows for when you’re hosting guests.
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Natural Coffee Table
LISABO Coffee table; $129.00
This long coffee table makes for a great double-duty surface. The height makes it great for sitting on the couch or kicking back on the floor.
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KRAGSTA Coffee table; $89.00
Go round to more intimately gather folks together. This piece makes for a great game table in addition to a dining surface.
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Solution #4: Get a Table and Stools That (Literally) Fit Together
Love having meals at a dining table, but short on space? Try a high-top with stools that fit underneath. The set will occupy a minimal footprint while still giving you a separate seating area.
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Industrial Stool; $98.00
Already got a bar-height counter or table you love, but looking for stools? These modern stools have a little design twist that make for a nice modern addition.
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Solution #5: Streamline Storage with Bookshelf End Tables
Take advantage of multi-tiered storage for books, plants, and more, and keep the middle area clear to use as a bedside table or for your coffee while on the couch.
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