Make the heart of your home work a little harder with built-in shelving for dishes, spots for bottles and tabletops that expand to make room for everyone.
Mirrored. Illuminated. Bottle storage. Well hello, professional bartender. (Above: the Newcastle Sideboard.)
Cord clutter is real. Corral it with secret outlets and USB ports. (Above: the Maxton Media Hutch.)
The room where you do all your living—TV binges, game nights, unexpected overnight guests—needs the best in double-duty furniture. Enter pieces with clever storage and smart tech features.
A mix of open and hidden storage means you can display your stuff—and hide your mess. (Above: the Tiburon Entertainment Center.)
Toys, books, magazines? Now you see them, now you don’t. (Above: the Ellis Trunk Coffee Table.)
Clutter and restful sleep don’t mix. So tuck away your stuff in built-in storage and clever little drawers that make organizing easy. (Like you-can-do-it-in-your-sleep easy.)
For loose change—or trinkets or bobby pins or those tiny spare buttons that come with your work shirts. (Above: the Hazel Dresser and Mirror.)
Hidden shelving for all the clothes you have...but don’t want to see all the time. (Above: the Victor Gentleman’s Chest.)
Give coats, bags and umbrellas an actual organized home. (Above: the Conway Hall Tree.)
Because nothing clutters up a hallway faster than kicked-off sneakers. (Above: the Conway Hall Tree.)
Hey, it’s still clutter even if the clutter is cute and tiny. Look for furniture with both hidden and open shelving—great for stashing messes and displaying prized collections.
Secret storage—IN THE STEPS. It’s genius, really. (Above: the Flynn Trundle Bunk Bed.)
Stuff is going to get shoved under there anyway. Might as well ?make that space organized and functional. (Above: the Tribeca
Lounge Storage Bed.)