In the last year, we’ve been in our homes more than what we’re used to and that has made many of us rethink how we want to use our rooms and spaces. It no longer makes sense to dedicate a whole room to just one purpose, especially in smaller abodes. Transform your existing layout(s) into multifunctional spaces like dining-room-meets-office or child-bedroom-meets-classroom with a complete upgrade of your furnishings and decor, or alterations as simple as adding additional shelves for storage.
LIVING, DINING, OFFICE
Expand the functionality of a larger living room by creating two nooks: one as an office station, the other as a dining area. The combination of rooms and features make for an ideal entertainment space and allows for everyone to be together more often.
Transform an unused corner into your very own café, complete with shelves to display décor, books, and treasures, as well as a small table and chairs for intimate meals, studying, and leisure.
ENTRY, LIVING, DINING
A large entry space allows for more opportunity to design a transitional space that improves the flow through your home. Implement a small dining space, living room, office area, learning nook, and/or storage corridor.
LAUNDRY, CRAFTS, STORAGE
Integrate an office and craft space into your designated laundry room, complete with an ample amount of storage and surface area for sorting, folding, homework, and creative messes.
There are multiple styles and products that can be best utilized when you have limited space to work with and providing the right amount of light for any multifunctional space is key.
A floor lamp can be tucked away wherever and whenever you need it.
A table lamp can transition from a desk to a side or entryway table, or anywhere you need it most.
And pendant lighting is one of the easiest and most transitional pieces to help freshen or update a space, providing the opportunity to add decorative flair.