Here we are again folks, this time with a relaxed organic space that says, "Hey, you know what? If I want to pretend I'm home on the range, then that's my business." The cost of all these goodies is $11,692. You know the drill: click to see the second, less expensive, version.
Need an extra bedroom but don't have a room? For all you city folks looking for a perfect sleeper sofa we offer you our updated 2013 roundup of our top picks at high and low prices. There is reader intelligence and a fit for everyone here, including one with style. Enjoy!
Growing up, the only type of couches my family owned were futons. I thought they were the coolest — you could change the covers, they expanded for sleepovers, and they seemed much more modern than an overstuffed sofa. Nowadays futons are more often associated with dorm rooms than cool furniture. However, there's no denying a futon's small space convenience. Here are a few convertible options for your post-collegiate home.
Sometimes it's OK to skimp a bit, but if you're going to invest in a sleeper sofa — especially if you expect to actually sleep on it — it's best to go for high quality. Here are five sources for really nice, comfortable and long lasting sofa beds.
This living room in Justine & Angus' Toronto home has some great style elements in it. From the neutral sofa to the clear coffee table, the room strikes a nice balance between comfort and style. I've rounded up my five favorite pieces from the room so you can achieve a similar look in your own home.
Think of the daybed as the grown up version of a futon. By day it's an attractive sofa and at night it converts into a sleeping space. Great for studio apartments, daybeds are also a great way to add a guest bed to a one bedroom apartment.
Jordan's 460 square foot Brooklyn apartment was the winner of our Small Cool Contest back in 2011. The bright space is nicely outfitted with design classics old and new. Here's a quick little shopping guide to help you pick similar pieces that will fit in your own small cool home.
In this supersized world, sometimes finding small space furniture can be a challenge. Case in point: small sofas. I'm currently looking for a sofa but it can't be any larger than 60 inches. My research is your gain, fellow small space dweller.
Sectionals have saved many a space: even small ones. Which is no different outdoors. And while there is a slew of commercially-available outdoor sectional furniture pieces, it is usually expensive (and may not fit the bill for your space). For a little inspiration, here are some favorite examples of DIY outdoor sectionals: