By now, you know that this website focuses on decorating small, rented spaces. You also know that it’s sometimes a struggle to find affordable furniture that will fit into tight proximities ????
Lucky for you, I discovered an amazing furniture brand that builds furniture for smaller homes. Yes, you heard me right!
The company is called Urbansize, and let me tell you, their products are unbelievable. It’s a minimalist and Scandinavian dream. My nightstands are from them (link here) and I couldn’t have asked for a better product to fit into this space! Not only are the nightstands super narrow, but they also float which creates the illusion of more space. On top of how perfectly they fit into small spaces, they also come with optimal storage so there’s less clutter on the surface.
Urbansize started in 2015 when owner Sallie decided to trade in corporate life as a city lawyer for something more creative and fulfilling. Motivated by an inability to find small but stylish furniture for her cozy London apartment, she decided to take matters into her own hands and began making and selling bedside tables on Etsy. The floating bedside table range sold out immediately which encouraged her to design more furniture that worked for small spaces.
Urbansize doesn’t just make nightstands. Desks, dressing tables and shelves are more of their popular products.
The floating desks and dressing tables are unreal (photos above). I normally don’t like to put desks or tables up against walls, but these are definitely the exception, especially if you live in a smaller home! The floating aspect gives the illusion of more space and the absence of legs creates more usable square footage.
And the best part? All of their products are budget-friendly AND high-quality! You can tell how much craftsmanship and detail went into every single one of their products. I also love how easy it is to install. My nightstands came fully assembled and it was a breeze to attach them onto my wall!
Do you live in a smaller home? Do you struggle to find furniture that will fit into tight spaces? Let me know down below!