Having a house that isn’t too big has become a favorite of people today because it’s more minimalist. However, this type of house can limit you in decorating a room with a variety of unique furniture.
Inevitably, you have a limited choice of furniture and can’t put all the furniture into the house. Moreover, there are several types of furniture that do take up considerable space, such as sofas, cabinets, and bookshelves.
Wood Table Design Ideas
This unique furniture presents a blend of resin with old wood that forms a pattern of cow leather. The combination of the two makes the natural impression of being anti-mainstream. The resin used is also able to show off the beauty of old wooden curves in this unique furniture so that the table does not look stiff.
This six-sided sofa is very suitable for use in your small house. You can use it in the family room while watching your favorite movie. After that, you can take one of these hexagonal chairs to your computer desk to play online or work games.
Hanging Lights in the Dining Room
Not only useful in the kitchen and dining room, but rice containers can also be used as light frames, you know! You can combine these three rice iron containers with a chandelier and become a unique furniture. Hang this chandelier in an area that requires additional light, such as on a dining table, kitchen, and workspace. Choose a yellow light bulb to give the impression of warm and calm.
Bookshelf With Unique Design
If the bookshelf usually takes up a lot of space, this bookshelf with a form can be the answer to your house that is not too large. Not only serves as a shelf, but this unique furniture can also be a plain wall decoration.
Cool Coffee Tables For Living Rooms
If you don’t want to have just a coffee table in the living room, you can choose some of the furniture designs that use the space below to combine several extra storage areas as drawers.
Shelves with Workspace
To carry out home administration tasks or write certain documents, this idea offers a practical and convenient solution, by integrating a table on a shelf.