Contemporary Living Room
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6. Nesting tablesNesting tables occupy very little space, tucking neatly inside each other like Russian matryoshka dolls. However, each table can operate as an independent surface, serving as a side table, nightstand or display shelf. Whatever your home’s layout – now or in the future – you’ll always need spare surfaces. And there’s no better way to gain them than by opting for tables that quietly disappear when not needed.
Multifunctional piecesIn a home which houses four or more persons, floor space, or rather, space to move around, becomes of utmost importance. That’s why it’s wiser to invest in pieces that offer more functions than one, so you cut down on the furniture footprint. Think of a nest of tables for multiple purposes, which can be stacked together, an ottoman with a cavity inside for storage, a coffee table on wheels that can be whisked away at the drop of a hat to increase standing room. Check out 10 multipurpose furniture pieces ideal for compact homes