Whether you DIY or buy, this piece of furniture is the ultimate multitasker.
A lift-up tabletop not only adds extra space underneath, but can also double as a (stylish) TV tray table.
A vintage letterpress table can showcase tiny collections — think seashells, matchbox cars, and jewelry — while looking entirely organized.
For those with nothing to hide, an acrylic cube can artfully house coffee table books while keeping the surface clear for drinks and knick-knacks.
This clever table, aptly called the Times 4, has a wooden table top that rotates to reveal and hide different compartments.
Update a classic trundle with knobs — without committing to tiny drawers that don't even fit the remote.
These shipping staples are a surprisingly helpful base for . Stack two together to create cubbies for books and board games.
Architects use these slim drawers to house blueprints. In the living room, flat files make better storage for trashy magazines you don't want guests to see.
This classic coffee table swap doubles down on the charm with the addition of some adorable feet — and provides the perfect spot for extra blankets and pillows.
Flipped on their sides, four wooden bins turn into an architecturally cool table and provide extra cubbies.