10 Stylish Products to Help You Live Large In a Small Space

It’s easier than ever to live large in a compact space thanks to creative thinking by some of today’s best home furnishing designers. At last, functionality is fun and stylish.

By Kerry Slavens

The compact Cascade

Ideal for living stylishly small and it’s customizable.

red chair


resourcefurniture.com, price upon request

Zettel’z chandelier

Declutter your desk and tables thanks to the Zettel’z chandelier, which swaps crystals for Japanese paper. Write a note, write a poem, write a list.



informinteriors.com, $1,303

The Scale Zero chair

It transforms easily into a step ladder.


resourcefurniture.com, price upon request

The Verner Panton Barboy

It is a mobile storage piece in moulded wood.


inspirationfurniture.ca, price upon request

Kartell’s Flip folding trolley

It combines transparent plastic surfaces with a metal frame.


Gabriel Ross Shop, $1,313

Wenzel nesting tables

Each Wenzel nesting table is made from one solid piece of tempered glass and bent using a special technique.



mobilia.ca, $299

Comfort Sleeper

The game-changing Comfort Sleeper is stylish and comfortable — no bars, springs or sagging — and sized from cot to king.



Sager’s Home Living, priced by model and size

5 in 1 Italian-made ottoman

The 5 in 1 Italian-made ottoman morphs into five individual seats thanks to four cleverly hidden nesting metal structures.



expandfurniture.com, $1,231 to $1,602


The stylish space-saving Promenade is both coat rack and umbrella stand. 

coat rack


Type A Home Solutions, $200


Go from coffee table to dining table in one fluid motion with the Expand.


expandfurniture.com, $1,595

Subway Multihook coat rack

This Subway Multihook coat rack,  inspired by public transit maps, doubles well as wall décor.



Type A Home Solutions, $35

Fraser brushed-nickel coffee/occasional tables

These tables with glass-reinforced concrete tops can be layered or used separately.

layer tables


Luxe Home Interiors, set of 3 starting at $3,050

This article is from the January/February 2018 issue of YAM.