London-based architect and designer Seray Ozdemir creates furniture that’s perfect for hallways, entry spaces, small-space living, multigenerational homes and share-houses. Her brand, Corridor Society, has the singular goal of utilising unusual or transitional spaces (such as hallways and corridors), and her furniture is small, practical and multi-functional, and is the answer to all your small-space problems.
Seray was inspired to design the furniture when she noticed a large shift in her home city, where homes originally built for the standard nuclear family were now being rented out as share houses, and even living rooms were being rented as bedrooms, leaving tenants without the much-needed space for eating, relaxing or talking, so Seray set about finding a solution.
Flick through the images below to check out her multi-level lounger for extra seating a hanging space, the three-quarter table for small-space dining and the spreading hub that can be stools, tables or extra shelving.
Inspired? Check out some more hallways hacks below.
A place for coats, keys, shoes and bags.
Need extra study space? A narrow table and ottomans will do the trick.
Need a spot to sit and chat but don’t have the spare space?
Reclaim the space in bedrooms and move drawer storage into the hallway.
A shelf suspended under a hallway window is the perfect place to study, or even a place to eat for share houses or tiny homes.
Turn a hallway corner into a comfy reading nook.
This article originally appeared on Better Homes and Gardens.
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