Cool Space Saving Furniture

I have a penchant for objects that look like one thing, then change into another. Maybe I’m just being influenced by the Transformers movie, but since I’m not really into a lot of cars and robots – I’ve been looking at great designs in furniture. Especially good for small spaces, they lend a bit of elegance to storing them when not in use. Why not look great even when not in use?

Capsule Stacking Furniture

Capsule Stacking Furniture

These Capsule stacking sets run between  $2,400 – $4,000 and fold into wonderful sculptural pieces when not in use.
(via Thedesignblog )

Obo

Obo

Obo is a stackable piece of furniture which allows to create bookcases or seating. Designed by Jeff Miller for Baleri Italia.
(via www.notcot.org)

MAte Home Outdoor stackable seating chair

MAte Home Outdoor stackable seating chair

Mate-Home Stackable pieces of furniture fit together to form an art piece or an easily storable single unit. Made of dark weave resin “wicker” and a powder coat aluminum frame.

Mona Lisa Chair

Mona Lisa Chair

Korean designer Kwang Hoo Lee turns the chair into a work of art. Then can be hung on the wall.
(via www.treehugger.com )

Hangable Chairs

Hangable Chairs

Furniture designer Dror Benshetrit offers another hangable idea for those living in small space.
(via www.forevergeek.com)

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Published in: on July 31, 2009 at 10:24 am  Comments (1)  

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  1. Really interesting blog – http://www.burgessfurniture.com


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