Clever multifunctional furniture perfect for small spaces!
Feeling a little stressed at the holiday season approaches? If you live in a smaller home where space is limited, having furniture that adapts for guests can be a real life saver. How about a footstool that turns into a bed or a designer coffee table that doubles up as a dining table – read on to find out more about BoConcept’s genius designs!
3-in-1 Melo sofa bed
The 3-in-1 Melo sofa is a neat and comfortable 2 seater sofa that comes in grey or grey fabric. It can be used in 3 different positions, seated mode (sitting upright), recliner mode (lying back with feet up) and bed mode (lying down) with simple and easy movements.
The Xtra footstool is a hidden gem, it looks like a simple square footstool, until you take the cover off and reveal and bed folded into 3 underneath. Customize the cover fabric to suit your interior space or put 2 together to make a double bed if you have a couple staying or just want more room.
Rubi coffee table
The Rubi coffee table is also a dining table – perfect for entertaining guests over a meal and when you’re done, simple fold it up into a coffee table again. The legs are completely adjustable to any height and the table top simply turn 90 degrees to cater for either function.
Mezzo storage bed
The Mezzo storage bed is ideal for a small bedroom with limited wardrobe space. Simply lift the modern bed frame up, hinging on an angle to reveal a whole storage compartment underneath. If you have regular guests staying and need to change the sheets a lot, having the mattress in this upright tilted position will save your back throughout the festive season!
Milano extendable dining table
The Milano is a sleek, minimal and easily extendable dining table. Simply pull out either end, reach for the handle attached to the middle section and lift out the middle, which opens up and forms a new section in the centre, lengthening the table.
BoConcept are specialists in customisable Danish designer furniture – check out their full range online or why not visit one of their designer furniture stores Sydney to see their furniture first hand – with stores in Moore Park or Crows Nest. They have a team of dedicated interior design consultants on hand to help you with your needs.