Furniture that offers different looks in addition to performing various functions are great pieces to incorporate in a home.
A versatile piece in the textile family from designers Vyacheslav Chupakhin and Gennady Martynov is the Mandarin.
This eye-catching ottoman can also be turned into an 8 piece pillow set.
The sections are soft and covered in colorful fabrics that are connected by zippers. They can be put together into various shapes and forms, from a pillow for one to a sofa sectional.
A crafty sewer could come up with a wedge shaped pattern of any size and seal the edges with zippers for a handmade Mandarin. Save up any leftover fabric and make matching citrus wedge coasters, perfect for the table pictured below.
Sewing Support offers over 2,000 free sewing patterns to browse through.
Another segmented design comes from Vogel Design and artist Justin Plunkett. The Love Me, Love Me Not Table is a brilliant idea for a table that can break out of its stationary role.
Composed of 8 portions, it can be broken up into matching side tables. Put together, it makes a marvelous full table.
This design idea is perfect for small spaces, dinner parties and life’s impromptu events.
Even better than the gorgeous ash wood and the multifunctional aspect is that the design team, whose studio is housed in Capetown, South Africa, is committed to sustainable manufacturing. Portions of their sells are set aside for replanting trees, and they plant in excess of what they actually need.
This table set is a definite He Loves Me.
Woodworkers may like The Design Confidential, which has tons of free DIY furniture plans and ideas.
How neat would it be to have this ottoman and table paired together? That would be one lucky, lounge-worthy room.
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