When it comes to furnishing your small home, think function, then form. “It’s important to be intentional while selecting the right pieces that work for your everyday use and living space,” says Emily Sewell of INspiration Interiors. “The key is to look for pieces with multiple functions to get the best value out of your investments. The form also has a substantial effect on your livelihood, if the space flows and reflects your individual personality.”


Perfect for small spaces, this piece is durable and well-crafted, with the right material for everyday sitting and sleeping. The Innovation Recast is a convertible sofa bed that creates versatility and function for small living spaces, $1,299 from INspiration Interiors. Photo courtesy of INspiration Interiors.
Versatility is the key to this comfortable, contemporary lounger. Avaialble in sand and grey to go with any décor, $999, Red Knot. Photo courtesy of Red Knot.
Beefy silhouettes, solid construction and a rustic finish make for a beautiful beach look in any home, $599, HomeWorld Furniture. Photo courtesy of HomeWorld Furniture.
Made in Italy, this extendable console piece can be used in a number of ways.  It’s used daily as an accent table that sits up against a wall and elegantly transforms into an extendable dining table that can seat up to 12. Cattelan Convivum — Extendable Console, $4,899, from INspiration Interiors. Photo courtesy of INspiration Interiors.
The back of this sofa drops down, easily converting into a bed perfect for guests, $899, Red Knot. Photo courtesy of Red Knot.

 

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