Furniture for Small Spaces: Our Top 10 Picks

Beth Rice 23/05/2017

Living in a small space doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice style. Whether you have a small home, apartment, or houseboat, we’ve compiled a list of our top 10 furniture pieces for small spaces.

Small Space Suggestions

Small areas will benefit from the following:

  • Multi-functional furniture.
  • Furniture that matches the scale of the room.
  • Utilizing wall space.
  • Opening up the space with mirrors.

Our Top 10 Picks

The Amish Hampton Hall Seat Bench

Here’s multi-functional furniture that packs a punch. The Hampton provides bench seating with storage, hooks for organizing outerwear and bags, and a mirror that will give the illusion of a larger space.

Amish Hampton Hall Seat Bench

The Amish Lucern Cabinet Lift Top Coffee Table

The adjustable height allows the Lucern to act as both a coffee and dining table. Two cabinets and two drawers provide additional storage. For apartments or motor homes with no dining room, the Lucern is the perfect answer.

Amish Lucern Mission Cabinet Lift Top Coffee Table

The Amish Kids’ Double Loft Bed

There’s no end to the list of tasks this loft bed can handle. Two twin-sized beds, multiple drawers for storage, and a built-in desk make the most of this solid wood sensation.

Amish Kids' Double Loft Bed

The Amish Hardwood Medium Legacy Mirror

Practical and functional in any room, the Legacy Mirror will make a small space appear larger. A hanging mirror makes a smaller room feel bigger and brighter.

Amish Hardwood Medium Legacy Mirror

The Amish Credenza with Bookcase

Shelves with plenty of room for books and photo albums, as well as various size drawers for other items create a winning combination on the Amish Credenza with Bookcase.

Amish Credenza with Bookcase

The Amish Omni Nesting Table Set

The Omni comes with three tables that can be stacked together, or used separately. Use one as an end table in the living room when you need it, create a mini coffee table for visitors, or add an extra nightstand to a bedroom.

Amish Omni Nesting Table Set

The Vertical Murphy Wall Bed and Desk

This murphy bed doubles as a bed or desk. Making use of vertical space is ideal for smaller rooms.

Vertical Murphy Wall Bed and Desk

The Amish Arts and Crafts Secretary Desk with Glass Doors

One beautiful aspect of this secretary desk is that it doesn’t have to sit in an office. Making excellent use of vertical space, it features a desk with cabinets for storage above and below, and can turn a small space like a hallway or foyer into a home office.

Amish Arts and Crafts Secretary Desk with Glass Doors

The Amish Vintage Single Pedestal Table

The round shape and single pedestal base of the Vintage Table allows it to be easily tucked into small spaces.

Amish Vintage Single Pedestal Dining Table

The Amish Mission Bed with Bookcase Headboard

A solid wood platform bed with drawers built in can replace the need for a dresser or night table. Add a headboard with a built-in bookcase and save even more room!

Amish Mission Bed with Bookcase Headboard

The Amish Asheville Bench with Storage

Dining benches can fit more people and save you space as they tuck neatly under the table. The Asheville also provides built in storage under the bench top.

Amish Asheville Bench with Storage

 

Equip a small area or home with stylish, multi-functional Amish furniture to make the most out of the space.

Beth Riceby Beth Rice (110 Posts)

Beth Rice started a dream job when she began as a content writer for DutchCrafters in 2015. She has an A.A. Degree from Manatee Community College, and studied Journalism at the University of South Florida for one year. Her published work includes a short story in Chicken Soup for the Soul's "My Amazing Mom" edition and one children's book, "I"m Adopted, I'm Special." Conveying the qualities, functions and benefits of DutchCrafters furniture keeps her creative as she contributes to content throughout the website. An avid reader and devoted runner, Beth hopes to publish a novel in the future. DutchCrafters Timber to Table blog was started in 2012 to provide our customers and other readers with woodworkers stories, Amish culture information, and furniture selection or interior design tips.


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