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Wednesday
Aug192009

multi-purpose modern furniture

Over the past few years as we’ve developed modern furniture, we’ve learned that modern furniture with minimal details can be the most challenging to engineer, but the most elemental furniture can also be the most versatile.

So instead of building multiple functions into a piece, we prefer to keep it simple. For example, the halogen credenza can be used as either a dining credenza or a media cabinet—built-in cord management helps!

And as we pare down our spaces, we’re thinking outside the box to maximize storage. Consider mixing business with pleasure by using the sidecar high dining table as a work table and for entertaining!

We’ve learned that small space living requires imagination, flexibility and focus—especially when editing. Do you have any helpful hints to share?

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Reader Comments (1)

I love the racks in the first picture (holding the water bottles). I first saw it in the Sunset Idea Home (Modern Cottage), but alas I cannot find it on the CB2 website! Has it been discontinued?

November 13, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterPhoebe

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