These Multiuse Furniture Pieces From Ashley Are as Clever as They Are Stylish
No matter the size of your home or the amount of stuff you have, multifunctional furniture can absolutely make the most of your space. Imagine it: your living room can look perpetually tidy, all because your coffee table secretly doubles as storage. Or imagine a full-length mirror that has space to hold your jackets and scarves behind it.
You'll find these clever items and more multiuse furniture at Ashley, whose IRL and virtual showrooms are stocked with options that can do more than just one thing. So whether you need a futon that doesn't really look like a futon or you've always wished that your sofa could charge your phone, keep scrolling.
Vasagle Coat Rack Stand
Is your entryway constantly overflowing with winter stuff? Keep it corralled — and create a proper place to sit when you pull on those snow boots — with this Vasagle Coat Rack Stand ($99). It holds plenty of coats, offers a place to rest, and has shelves to hold shoes.
Arlenbry Coffee Table
Yes, that's a functioning drawer you see on the side of this Arlenbry Coffee Table ($360). But guess what: the top lifts to reveal additional storage space. This smart design makes it easy to stash everyday items such as charging cords and remotes, all while keeping the tabletop free of clutter.
Freslowe Chairside End Table
This C-frame Freslowe Chairside End Table ($240) works so smartly when positioned next to a sofa, especially because of its faux-leather slide sling. Fill it with your favorite magazines, or use it as storage for your laptop — either way, it's a discreet way to stash what you're not using.
Novogratz Brittany Futon
Who needs a guest room if you have this Novogratz Brittany Futon ($396)? Although it looks like a midcentury-style sofa, this futon's back cushion folds down to become a flat sleeping surface. Best of all, it's offered in eight upholstery shades, so you'll be able to find a hue you love.
Well-proportioned for apartments, this Darton Sectional ($1,100) makes the most out of every square inch. The corner chaise has concealed storage — just lift the cushioned top to reveal room for blankets and more. Pull on the tabs beneath the other cushions, and you'll unfold a sleeper sofa. And if that weren't impressive enough, the sofa is even equipped with USB charging ports for phones and other devices. Smart, smart, smart.
Holden Bar Cabinet
This Holden Bar Cabinet ($312) is excellent when used as it's intended; two interior shelves have space for glassware and bottles of wine. But it's equally useful — not to mention stylish — at the entryway, where you can easily stash hats and gloves behind those shiny-handled doors.
Amsel Storage Trunk
If you live in a small space, consider making this Amsel Storage Trunk ($330) your coffee table. It offers a lot of storage space in one ultracustomizable trunk. Add vintage-style travel stickers (check eBay and Etsy!), and style the trunk with a tray on top.