Awesome Space-Saving and Multi-Tasking Furniture

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Thinking about simplifying your life and living in less space? Perhaps you already live in a small space. If you haven’t heard of Resource Furniture, you should definitely check out this video of space-saving and transforming furniture from their store in New York City, land of the 250 sf studio. These are way beyond your standard Murphy beds.

I love the innovation here, although I have a feeling this stuff comes at a relatively steep premium. Their website doesn’t show prices (must ask for quote), but I’ve read around $8,000 for a bed/sofa combo. I wonder how long it will take to these designs to trickle down to mass market stores. Via Reddit.

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Comments

  1. In the US, our houses/apartments are much bigger than those in Japan and HK. Therefore, it doesn’t make sense to spend 8K on a bed.

    See this video, how a Tiny Apartment Transforms into 24 Rooms : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lg9qnWg9kak

  2. Seems like you and Frugal Dad should hang out, since your posts are very similar today.

  3. Well, in Manhattan it may actually be worth it investing the 8k…

  4. Alexandria says:

    Agreed with the others – I have been in some pretty small digs in Manhattan and Tokyo. Probably well worth the money for some.

  5. other, better model shown here…

  6. brilliant!

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