Above, Antonino Buzzetta creates a small seating area with a settee and a clean-lined table.
Though your options for storage and decor might be a little bit more limited, there are many upsides to living in a small space. A petite floorplan means there’s less to clean, it gives you a good excuse not to have to host larger gatherings, and it makes it easier to pare down what you have (see our other post for tips on decluttering). If you’re looking to make a few upgrades in your small space, take a look at a few of our favorite smaller-scale pieces, currently available at Viyet.
It’s easy to fall in love with the weathered character of a farm table, but they can often be much larger than a standard table (making it a no-go in a small space). This scaled-down version has authentic character, but in a size that can work in even the smallest of homes.
When every square foot counts, you don’t want to take up too much space with occasional furniture. This task table is ideal for those scenarios. Its open “C” shape allows the tabletop to curve over the arm of your sofa, providing a surface for laptops, tablets, and more.
Instead of a traditional bookshelf, a corner etagere takes advantage of under-utilized space. Use it to house a well-edited library, or for display space.
This chic secretary is a fabulously versatile piece that is essentially like having your own office. The top cabinets open up to reveal shelves, the middle compartment opens up to a desk surface, and the bottom doors reveal even more storage space. The painted glass panels add eye-catching interest to this very unique piece.
Another luxurious choice for small spaces, this set of stools boast dark blue suede upholstery and timeless brass nailhead trim. They can be used as footstools, side tables (just add a tray on top), or even temporary seating in a pinch. Then, tuck them under a slim console when not in use.