Furnitures that are tall and offer ample space are a must for every tiny living.
The following Top 3 tall corner cabinets fulfill both of these requirements plus add one advantage: they are meant for corners – notoriously underutilized in every home.
Tall cabinets don’t use off too much floor space. You create storage space with height instead of width which is perfect for tiny homes.
There are different ways how you can utilize a furniture multi-functionally as storage and as beautiful eye catcher. A great idea is to get one of these elegant dressers.
A dresser is certainly a long-lasting furniture, sturdy and aesthetically pleasing. It allows to store away clothing and even bedding that normally takes away so much space.
With a dresser you create a clean and orderly and at the same time beautiful look.
You might not think of it as that but shelves are a kind of a design statement. The statement is made the way how these shelving units mix functionality with beauty.
They are more shelf than the floating wall mount shelves, but they perfectly go together with one of those awesome Corner Wall mount shelves.
The main point about wall mounted shelving units is that they provide an aesthetically pleasing place for storing different items.
You have already your bed maybe even with a metal bed frame so you can use your underbed space for storage. And you actually have more space than just free wall alongside your bed which would be perfect for one of those lovely floating wall mount nightstands. Well, in this case you might be interested in a beautiful set of headboard with matching nightstands.
I love multi-functional furniture, even more when the multi really means multi. When you can use a piece of furniture for more than just one use, it’s just meant to be placed into tight spaces.
Storage benches are one of my favorites. They provide place to store things away and a nice sitting place at the same time. I like storage benches for literally every room in a house.
One of the smartest and most ingenious furniture solution is without question the floating and space-saving desk.
I had one in my first tiny apartment. I remember it was fold-able, so it hung flat on the wall when it wasn’t in use. Compared to the models today it really looked ugly, I must admit. But well, it was practical. One of my friends built even the simplest floating desk ever. He placed a long wooden board under his window and created there his working space.