Space saving furniture ideas

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Blog entry by SPalm posted 1240 days ago 4265 reads 3 times favorited 17 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Hey all,
I just wanted to pass along a video about some creative space saving ideas for home furniture. Things like Murphy beds and folding tables. Quite a few clever designs that were new to me. Give it a look see.

Take care,

-- -- I'm no rocket surgeon

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#1 posted 1240 days ago

That’s incrediable

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#2 posted 1240 days ago

Interesting link, thanks for the post. Now, if they could only incorporate a lathe and a table saw into one of those wall units!

-- --Brian, Brooklyn, New York

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#3 posted 1240 days ago

That’s amazing, Steve.


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#4 posted 1240 days ago

Thanks for the link.

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#5 posted 1240 days ago

I agree with brianp….make it into a woodworking tool…but wait, didn’t shopsmith already do that?

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#6 posted 1240 days ago

Those are really neat!

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#7 posted 1240 days ago

Very cool designs…

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#8 posted 1240 days ago

Thanks, that was fun to watch. Lots of unusual ideas.


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#9 posted 1240 days ago

Those are some pretty cool looking beds. The bunk beds are just awesome.


-- Chris L. "Don't Dream it, Be it."- (Purveyors of Portable Fun and Fidgets)

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#10 posted 1240 days ago

STeve, I´ll need a couple of those for my tiny workshop. Bed included, LOL

Cool link, ya

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#11 posted 1240 days ago

cool , thank´s for sharing :-)

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#12 posted 1240 days ago

WOW!! What a way to have the things that you need. All in a small space. Thanks for the post.

-- Tim, Missouri ....Inside every older person is a younger person wondering what the heck happened

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#13 posted 1240 days ago

Some great ideas there.

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#14 posted 1240 days ago

I love it! These kinds of systems never cease to amaze me. Thanks for the post.

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#15 posted 1239 days ago

What a timely video for me… Our former landlord told us that I couldn’t do woodworking in my basment anymore. So we moved from an 1100 sq ft (1600 with shop)apartment to a 700 sq ft house (1400 with shop). We are buried in boxes and have run out of space. Watching your video link has inspired me to think
out of the box for some solutions. We have chosen a smaller place because of the location, a very desireable
place to live in my town, quite, and the lot you could fit ten of my houses on!!!! Thanks Steve!!!

-- Bob Kenosha Wi.

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