In any major Indian city, owning a home is such a privilege but once we move in, we get the feel of our home being cluttered. A home with a large living space is only owned by a handful in a city because majority of the homes within the city are compact homes. Space saving is a factor which lacks awareness even in the urban areas.
Real estate market undergoes a dynamic change when it comes to following a trend and it never stays static. Space Saving convertible furniture will be the future trend soon enough. Internationally it has garnered much attention and has worked out well. India, a land which prides on the number of families it has should aptly be able to adapt to this trend.
Other than the economic factors, utilization of every Sq Ft of the living space is the ultimate benefit.
Let us list out some examples of convertible furniture which you could consider having them in your home
• Wall mounted beds – these can be tucked back on to the wall when not in use. There are also those that come with storage space at the bottom of the bed so that you can use them as storage shelves during the day when the bed is not in use.
• Convertible sofas – probably the most popular convertible furniture that people in small apartments love. This can be used as a sofa during the day and can instantly be stretched out to act as a bed at night. This is ideal for tighter spaces as it can save the space occupied by a bed as well as the cost incurred.
• Convertible nursery furniture – one of the major areas where you might be spending a huge sum is the nursery furniture. So choosing convertible nursery furniture can help add all the facilities to your kids’ room while also allowing them a lot of free space to move around. For example, cribs that can be converted to kid’s bed and sofa are very popular. So once your child outgrows his crib you do not have to throw it away.