Add Some Wow Factor with "Floating Furniture"

Add Some Wow Factor with "Floating Furniture"

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Carrie McBride
Jun 19, 2015
(Image credit: Solebich)

Okay, yes, "wall-mounted" might be more accurate than "floating" to describe leg-less furniture, but you can't deny that it gives a subtle illusion of hovering in the air and adds a hint of mystique. And, without legs, wall-mounted furniture can visually open up a room, an especially smart trick to employ in a small home. Here are more beautiful examples of "floating" furniture.

Floating Wardrobe (above)

Source: Solebich

(Image credit: Justice Darragh)

Floating nighstand

Source: Meg & Steve's Urban Nest on Apartment Therapy

Floating charging station/landing pad

Source: Jennifer Weiss Architecture


(Image credit: Dana Hughes)

Floating desk

Source: Dana's Yellowtrace Sydney Apartment on Apartment Therapy

(Image credit: David Telford)

Floating vanity

Source: Paula & Paul's Lively, London Home and Studio on Apartment Therapy

(Image credit: Patrick J. Hamilton)
(Image credit: Patrick J. Hamilton)

Floating credenza (top) and dresser (bottom), both Vitsoe

Source: Marcia Patmos' Modern Sense and Sensibility on Apartment Therapy
(Image credit: reader Christina)

Floating sink vanity

Source: Christina's Bathroom Redo on Apartment Therapy



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