So. You have a shiny new space, a clean slate and a fresh start, the only problem? Its a postage stamp… Worry not, all you need is some clever thinking to make your small space work. In this post we offer well needed therapy for apartments and homes, offering modern designs specifically tailored for the smaller spaces. If you’re looking for ways to streamline and simplify without compromising your impressive style, these solutions make for very smart answers.
Big in Japan? That doesn’t mean you can’t fit your life a small space. The start to the solution is to make the most important room, the living room, function for your lifestyle.
The workhorse of the living room is the sofa. Make sure you choose wisely. Exaggerate the size of your living room by choosing seating that is tailored. Overstuffed pieces create visual noise, and waste valuable real estate such as actual room to lounge around, and lets face it, thats really what your sofa is all about, isn't it?
Midcentury influenced, the Bertram Collection celebrates the soft, less-machined brand of modernism that arose in North America in the 1930s. Delivering physical comfort as well as aesthetic pleasure, the entire frame is lightly padded and finely upholstered with a fitted back and a single row of button tufting.
This sofa has blind-tufted seat and back cushions with a solid wood walnut finish base. Includes two square side cushions and is big on comfort.
The Margot Sofa epitomizes modern elegance with graceful arms, French-seam detailing, and loose, luxurious cushions that give a look which is both timeless and contemporary. Every sofa includes two sets of cylindrical steel legs, allowing you to choose between a brass or black finish to suit your style.
Ancillary items such as ottomans can play double duty as side tables, or extra seating.
Playful geometry gets to work. Use as a foot stool, flexible seating, or an impromptu stage. Soft felted wool blend upholstery is available in boatloads of colours.
A six-sided solution, of course. Group to make a honeycomb of seating possibilities for your home or hive. Cap with the powder-coated steel Hecks Tray to provide a more stable and spill-friendly surface.
Select Lounge chairs that have a smaller profile and are light in the frame. You really don't have to sacrifice comfort for style here and you will save space at the same time.
A contemporary accent chair with a laid-back, industrial feel. Faceted upholstery panels rest on a precision welded, powder-coated steel frame. Walnut-finished paddle armrests help soften the strong lines of this unique design.
Wicket good. A tufted cushion is cradled by a solid wood frame to create a pillow like seating experience. As attractive from the back as it is from the front, a notched cutout at the top of the chair makes moving it around a cinch.
Midcentury influenced, the Elsa Lounge Chair celebrates the soft, less-machined brand of modernism that arose in North America in the 1930s. Delivering physical comfort as well as aesthetic pleasure, the entire frame is lightly padded and finely upholstered with a fitted back and elegant piping.
The days of fine china are slightly out of vogue. And lets face it, do you really have the room? Your everyday dinnerware is already party-perfect. What you do need are a few smart essentials that can transition from breakfast to dinner, from family time to party time. Opt for stackable, simple, help-yourself dishes to pull off an anytime get-together. Gatherings don’t get much easier than this.
Mix and match | Oven, Dishwasher, microwave safe
The Plank is a modern interpretation of the traditional harvest table, with warm, walnut grain wood finish, and legs that showcase solid wood endgrain flush with the table top. Matching, nested bench sold separately.
Smoked glass floats on a solid wood frame resulting in a seductive combination fit for the boardroom, feats of molecular gastronomy, or Sunday night hotdish. Brass hardware details add just the right amount of flair.