Friday, March 13, 2015

5 Recipes for Multi-Functional Furniture

Save Space and Kill Two Birds with One Stone

Today I've teamed up with CustomMade and Ghergich Connect to bring you wonderful tips for creating multi-functional furniture for your home.  CustomMade is a unique marketplace for connecting people seeking one-of-a-kind creations with professional, and passionate makers of all sorts of goods and furniture.  Ghergich Connect is an awesome infographic & content marketing company, and together we're bringing you the 5 furniture "recipes" you need to save space and kill two birds with one stone.  


When is a chair not a chair? When it’s a bookshelf, or a table, or a wall panel, or a phone charger! The multifunctional furniture renaissance is here, and it brings seemingly endless ways to re-imagine not only furniture’s function, but its form as well.
Multifunctional furniture bolsters the “less is more” attitude of the tiny-house and minimalist movements. Plus with fewer materials, it can also be a sustainable alternative to traditional furnishings. And today’s modern designs have a little something for everyone. 
Furniture that changes shape on a whim to match different needs is a fun conversation starter. But for some people, a piece that pulls double duty is legitimately beneficial, if not necessary to their lifestyles.  Take a look at these "recipes" for multi-functional furniture at home.  Perfect for exploring the benefits of doing more with less!

1.  Coffee table to Entryway Bench

2. Bookcase to Workstation

3. Crib to Desk

4. Dresser to Bathroom Vanity

5. Kitchen Cart to Dining Room Bar
By making a few small changes, your furniture can pull double duty, accomplishing more with less and ultimately saving money.  Innovations in furniture design play right into these trends and inspire the world to consider: What could we do, if we did more with less?

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