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d*s at currency: furniture with multiple talents

by Grace Bonney


If you live in a small space like I do, you understand the importance of furniture that can pull double duty. Couches that turn into beds, tables that fold into the wall β€” anything that will give you an extra foot or two of space is a lifesaver when you’re in tight quarters. Today, D*S editor Kate Pruitt is rounding up five of her favorite furniture designs with “multiple talents.” If you’re looking for seating that doubles as a side table or a desk that becomes a compact dining table, click here to check out the roundup. I’m partial to that patterned bench/daybed below; it’s perfect for little ones who are visiting and need a space to sleep.

*Image above from Trine of Ferm Living’s Sneak Peek.

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