08 Apr Flex Furniture for Staying at Home
We have spent more time at home this past month than ever before.
You might be looking at your house and wondering how to make certain spaces more flexible than they were before. We now need multiple offices, perhaps a classroom and spots to spread out all in one house! Luckily, my team has tackled this task in many ways before. Here are some of my favorite flexible furniture projects.
Multi Social Areas
Here is a project where we planned for four activities in one living room. The furniture was chose was flexible enough to be moved slightly to allow for it. You’ll notice a game table by the window, swivel chairs in a corner and the classic social area with a sofa and 2 chairs. The final activity: entertaining. A little rearranging opens the room up to a large group. You can add nooks to your space, too.
Here are some ideas for making more nooks and special spots in your home.
Tea Table Work Areas
Place a small dining height table (30-32”) in a sunny area with 2 chairs for a cheerful place to focus on game playing, jigsaw puzzles or homework. Sunbrella fabric on the pillows above holds up to direct sunlight.
Swivel Chair Hideaway
Move two swivel chairs to a corner with a drink table in between to provide an out of the way spot for reading or quiet listening.
Classic Ekornes Stressless Chairs have a midcentury modern vibe, but are also so perfect for lounging.
Two upholstered chairs with a chess set can be tucked into a corner. We placed these Robin Bruce chairs with a custom table made by Small Axe Forge using materials from Classic Granite and Marble in a large foyer to create a quiet place away from the rest of the house.
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