Storage Furniture


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Living in a smaller home or apartment might mean less cleaning and lower mortgages or rent, but when it comes to storage, small spaces present their own challenges. These 3 pieces of furniture do double duty by providing extra storage without taking up extra space.

1) Lift Top Coffee Table

This coffee table has spacious storage cubbies underneath, but lift the top and you’ll find an extra storage compartment to hold remotes, books, coasters, and more. The lift top is also convenient for eating snacks while watching your favorite show or team.

2) Spacious Ottoman

Take a load off and put your feet up, because this ottoman will have you feeling way less stressed about storage. The attracted tufted exterior hides a large interior storage compartment where you can fit pillows, blankets, board games, or your DVD collection.

3) Bookcase Bed

This platform bed from Prepac packs plenty of extra storage, with six large drawers to store clothing, blankets, and more under your mattress, and an eight-compartment headboard that’s perfect for books and photos. If your bedroom has small closets, these extra drawers are a lifesaver.


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