These CB2 Products Are Perfect for City Apartments
The best and the latest for small-space dwellers.
Published Jan 26, 2018 5:00 AM
CB2 has pretty much become our go-to spot for sleek and modern designs at affordable prices, but did you know the retailer has some pretty great small space solutions too?
With products ranging from seriously discounted items to literally thousands of new arrivals, CB2 has you covered on every decor update you’ve resolved to make in 2018. And if one of those resolutions was to find pieces that helped make your tiny apartment—or tiny RV, whatever floats your boat–more efficient, we have you covered with 12 smart finds you should add to your shopping cart ASAP.
Hi-Gloss Small Square Pink Tray, $19.95
One of the cheapest multifunctional pieces you could buy, a good tray goes a long way. Besides the obvious serving function, use your tray as amakeshift bar
cart or self-serve food station at a dinner party, and prop it on an empty surface as an organizational catch-all for smaller items. This pink hue of this tray is particularly on-trend.
If you’re looking for a slightly larger storage solution, invest in a console. Not only does it double as a media station, but with both shelves and drawers, this lacquered white console has ample space to simultaneously hide unsightly items like cords and display sentimental pieces.
Crossbar Wall-Mounted Clothes Stand
Dubbed “BYOC” (bring your own closet), this A-frame wooden stand is a genius solution for those short on wardrobe space. A brass bar attaches the frame to the wall, allowing for both durability and extra space to hang bulkier items like coats or blazers. Drape scarves over the wooden beams to keep your outerwear all in one place.
Thin and tall, this brass-plated end table will fit in any nook available. Its modern design instantly adds interest to any room, and is proof that you don’t have to sacrifice style for practicality in a tiny space.
Print Gold Wall Hook, $6.95
Wall hooks are a small space dweller’s best friend, and if you’ve been lacking in storage space, picking up a few of these will help immensely. In the kitchen, free up cabinet space and hang things like mugs or cooking utensils. In the bathroom, use them to hang towels or robes. And de-clutter your closet by hanging up a couple of these hooks in your hallway to hold coats and jackets.
Corner Block Wood Shelf, $299
Conversely, if you’d rather go for one big shelf instead of several smaller ones, this one is a great option. With multiple cubbies and tons of surface space available, it’s super space-efficient as it makes use of one of the most typically ignored parts of any room: the corner.
Small space homeowners know how important it is to make every piece of furniture in their homes work double duty, which is why this acrylic storage table is particularly genius. Part coffee table, part storage bin, this modern item is a living room necessity.
Stairway Black Desk, $349
Eschew a bulkier desk for this sleek option. Not in need of a home office space? Use it as a bookcase instead—and learn how to style your shelves into a decorative statement. Despite minimalist appearances, this fixture is actually pretty durable and built to hold a lot, so get creative.
Bounty Wire Baskets, $39.95-$59.95
Store neatly under larger items (like the aforementioned desk) for a stylish organizational solution. Keep things like magazines or throw blankets out of sight when you’re not using them. These wire baskets were handwoven using brass-plated iron, and are a contemporary take on the traditional woven basket.
Tate LED USB Table Lamp, $149
While this minimalist lighting option is definitely a striking piece, it also serves a sneakier purpose: A hidden USB plug will charge your electronics while you work. It’s one of the more stylish tech-friendly table lamps out there, and we love the flat base as a means of holding office accessories to free up desk space.
Elixir Mini Bar Table, $299
Frequent entertainers, this one’s for you. This two-in-one side table and minibar is handcrafted from sustainable wood, but the high-quality design is only part of the appeal. Both sides fold down and turn into little shelves from which to serve cocktails, making it one of the most efficient bar cart alternatives we’ve ever seen.
Not only do mirrors open up a space and make it feel bigger than it is, but this particular one goes the extra mile by providing a shelf for storage. Which is sort of the best of both worlds when you’re strapped for square footage.
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