Whether you need a drawing board, rest support, lounge chair, coffee table, a bookshelf or a bench, the LLSTOL has got it all covered. The multifunctional lounge chair comprises two identically “L” shaped elements that let you use the unit for different purposes. Easily foldable, the LLSTOL can be stored in the smallest of the spaces. Made with molded beech plywood, the LLSTOL has been coated with natural oil. Primarily designed as lounge chair, the LLSTOL can be transformed into other furniture pieces without any complex details or the need for metal components.
People keep changing their home interior and move furniture from one room to the other very frequently, but shifting bulky furniture on your own even within the home is a tiresome task and requires a lot of physically strength. Addressing the issue, Malaysian designer Ryan Cheah has come up with a multifunctional furniture unit dubbed the “Frame” that integrates a wheelbarrow, so you could move it from one place to another with ease.
Since the living space has always been a premium in the compact urban apartments, homeowners need to make sure they go for the right furniture pieces that take up less space while serving some good purpose. Multifunctional furniture units are a great option for small spaces, as they can be used in one way or the other and do not consume too much of your precious space. Owing to the ever-increasing space problems, transforming furniture is becoming quite popular with the urban dwellers. Here are some of the most clever transforming furniture units targeted straight at the urban apartments.
As the name suggests, the “1=2” Dual Function chair by Brooklyn based industrial designer Jieun Yoo is both a lounging chair and a high stool. The users can easily adjust the seating unit to suit their liking with a simple interaction of flipping. While one side of the furniture piece functions as high stool, the other lets you use it as a comfortable lounging chair. The wooden chair is cost-efficient and is strong enough to support the user sitting on it, while providing all the comfort. The 1=2 Dual Function chair uses no glue, so you can easily disassemble it as per your needs.
Playful furniture units have always caught my attention and if they are multifunctional too, there seems nothing better to ask for. Designed by Oradaria Design, the Blandito is one ingenious, multifunctional pillow that is being perfectly touted to be a transformable pad for lazy living. By folding, wrapping and twisting, you can transform Blandito into a chair, sofa, a cozy bed or a toy for kids. The huge pillow features a flexible frame, which makes it soft and malleable. You can also remove the machine washable covers of Blandito. To be made available in three sizes, Blandito is something both kids and adults will like for sure.
Conceived by Marcel&Raymond (Pierre Stadelmann AND Elise Remond), the “Console Alpage” is a versatile table that gives a whole new meaning to the home furniture. Presenting a sculptural design, the creative table pops out three abrupt mountains from the straight lines to give it an artistic look. These mountains not only enhance the aesthetics of the table, but also breed the functional use, as users can place their books, magazines and newspapers elegantly within the wood layers.
Don’t have a spacious bedroom to store your household clutter, check out the “Slumber Storage” by American designer F.J. Crocco, which essentially is a single extra long bed that integrates a closet, drawer and shelving space to keep your home tidy. Ideal for small urban apartments, the simple and colorful storage offers adequate space to clear all the clutter neatly.
Multifunctional furniture units are all the rage these days owing to the ever-shrinking living spaces. Every now and then, we come across unique designer furniture pieces that transform to serve more than one purpose. Same is the case with the beautifully designed Little Oyster side table that doubles as a comfortable club chair and storage compartment. Created by Al-Hamad Design, the Little Oyster is made from Zebra wood and leather from Moore & Gills. When you lift up the tabletop, you get a chair to sit on and when you further lift the seat up, you can find the spacious secret compartment.
Center table is an essential piece of furniture in any home that brings all the family members together in the living area. Adding life to the wooden piece of furniture, designer Lisa Tischer has come up with a vigorous table that unfurls unlimited possibilities to the each member of the family. Dubbed as “Living Table,” the standalone furniture unit becomes a meeting place for elders and a workstation for working family members.
Nowadays, our space requirements are getting bigger, but contemporary city apartments are getting smaller to add to our woes. Addressing the issue, designer Nils Holger Moormann has come up with a multifunctional furniture unit that stores the entire household clutter and places you comfortably, as if you are relaxing on a beach carpet. Hailed as “Lese+Lebe” (meaning Read+Live in German), the utility furniture integrates a bookshelf that apart from storing a wide range of collection doubles as a backrest for the seating.