How many times have you passed that landing or glanced at that small corner and asked yourself, what’s missing there? The character of every home is different, sometimes resulting in unique spaces that look too bare to leave alone, yet remain untouched. Here are nine Amish furniture suggestions that will help transform those misfit, hard-to-decorate spaces.
A Long, Narrow Hallway
Maintain the look of your long hallway while creating a seamless transition between adjoining rooms with a sliding barn door.
Add the unique and stylish Rustic Carlisle Sliding Barn Door to your long hallway for a rustic chic look.
Behind the Sofa
Dress up the small space right behind the sofa by creating a display area. Feature family photos, scented candles, or plants on a custom-made sofa table like the Amish Old Classic Sleigh Open Sofa Table. A single drawer and open bottom shelf provide extra room for keys, books and more.
Beneath the Staircase
Turn the open space under your staircase into a reading nook. The stylish Amish Sleigh Bed Seat opens for storage.
Underneath Open Sinks
Take advantage of the space under an open sink to get creative with storage. Add handmade eco-friendly baskets to house toiletries in style.
In Front of Built-In Shelves
That space in front of your beautiful built-in shelves can often look like it’s missing something. Add a cozy reading chair like the contemporary style Jasper Chair.
Right Behind the Front Door
In a Surprise Nook
Is there a sizable gap between walls that bothers you? Add a small desk like the Amish Mission Secretary Desk for an instant office.
At the Base of a Small Landing
Why waste that space next to the landing? Insert an attractive side chair like the Precedent Luc Side Chair to create a space that speaks directly to your personal style.
Beneath Your Picture Window
Don’t lose the opportunity to enjoy that great view. Position a low bench like the Amish Shaker Extension Bench in front of a large picture window and enjoy the scenery.
There’s room for misfit spaces to shine. Embrace each one with Amish furniture solutions that match your home’s style.