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Clever storage: Four clutter-busting storage products for your home

Storage furniture may be used to hide clutter, but this doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be striking in its own right. We look at four clever pieces of storage furniture from King Living, to show you how function and stylish form can coincide.

 

 

Bedroom

Built on an engineered steel frame for support and comfort, this stylish Serenade storage bed is ingeniously designed for bedroom storage. The contemporary timber veneer base encloses an easily accessible storage compartment, great for blankets and pillows; it also means the bed is easy to make by raising the mattress horizontally to waist height.

A selection of timber veneers is available for the base, and the upholstered bed-head can be customised in a range of fabrics and leathers. It comes in local king and queen mattress sizes, as well as Australian king, queen, double or king single.

 

Living room

Specifically designed for urban living, the Delta Metro sofa is a practical storage piece that will help keep a room clean and spacious. An optional addition is SmartPockets, which involves a mechanism at the back or arm to accommodate a small charging table or lamp. The sofa can also double as a bed for overnight guests.

 

The King Living Bongo is portable, versatile and a smart space-saver. A multi-purpose design, the Bongo can provide extra seating, be used as a comfortable footstool, and discreetly stores items like magazines and books. Add a tray and it becomes an occasional table.

 

Outdoors

With its hardwearing marine-grade steel frame, UV-resistant rattan, vents for airflow and water release, and waterproof Cabana fabric, the Delta sofa (part of the Delta outdoor collection) has built-in storage in its base, ideal for stowing cushions and outdoor accessories when not in use.

 

King Living
22 Kallang Avenue, #01-00
6805 4198 | kingliving.com

 

This article first featured in the November 2015 issue of the magazine.

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