Design: Distinct Identity

1) Make use of window ledges, using them as a base for storage and display shelving.


Design: Fuse Concept

2) A corner between the bay window and built-in wardrobes functions as a panel to install the TV against.


Design: E&A Interiors

3) A mirror-finished vanity counter is fitted into this cosy space.


Design: D5 Studio Image

4) Space above practical storage cabinets is made use of by turning the area into a cosy reading nook.


Design: Fuse Concept

5) Decorative and functional, this bookshelf fills up the awkward space between a column and wall.


Design: E&A Interiors

6) Custom-made upholstered banquette seating allows for a compact but stylish dining area.


Design: Minimo & Minimology

7) Disguising the protrusion of the steps, this custom-made storage console also helps to zone the area.


Design: Eightytwo

8) A simple table is built into this corner, for a useful desktop surface.