The key to making a small home feel comfortable, and not cluttered, is investing in furniture that fits the size of the space and serves multiple purposes. All these items fit that criteria, with the added benefit of being downright stylish. Happy shopping!
This stylish cart will come in handy if you're lacking liquor storage or in need of a bathroom organizer. Trust us, every room needs one.
$95 and up
If your home is lacking in the closet department, as most small spaces do, use this stylish clothing rack to show off your favorite items as art (and shove your sweats behind closed doors).
$7 and up
This collection has it all: a pop-up table, a rolling cart, wall cabinets, you name it. Just pick out the pieces based on what your cooking space is lacking.
The slim T-shaped base on this side table can slide underneath your sofa, so you can pull the tabletop close when you're eating or working. It's basically the new and improved version of a tray table.
This leaning, modular design not only saves floor space, but it also takes advantage of wall surfaces. In the middle is a drop-down work station for cocktail prep. Genius.
Save serious space in your kitchen with this compact wall pot rack that has six hanging pot hooks for your frequently-used cookware and a shelf for smaller pans or lids.
A sofa that fits the size of your space is the easiest way to make it feel like home. Even better: This design is custom made with the colors and materials of your choosing, so it'll fit your style too.
This mid-century-inspired coffee table features a pop-up top to reveal hidden storage space and a surface for dinners in front of the television (hey, we all do it).
All you need is this hall stand to fill in for a missing hall closet, which adds 20 square feet of storage, including hooks, cubbies, and even a bench for when you put on your shoes.
Prepare to be amazed: This table doubles in width when its two side leafs are extended so that you can seat two on a normal day and six when company is over.
$429 for 2
Space these two tables out to create a coffee table in the small living room or move them together and next to the sofa when guests are over.
The Thalia Dining Collection looks like a charming flea market find, but is a fraction of the size. The glass doors make remembering what's inside so easy that you won't even have to open them.
Can't dedicate an entire room for a home office? This corner desk lets you turn a small nook into a quiet spot for the bills, studying, or writing.
$229 and more
The weathered, distressed finish on this desk will add personality to your home, without taking up an entire wall or too much valuable space.
Not only can you stash blankets inside of these ottomans to keep them out of the way, but you can flip the lid over to create a safe surface for drinks too.