Innovative and multi-functional, this space-saving couch table combines the functionalities of two pieces of furniture into one. The demand for space will only increase with time as the population continues to upsurge. Now, this is where space-saving furniture comes into play. We’ve featured a lot of multi-functional pieces of furniture in the past to help you maximize the available space in your home. And we’ll continue to do so until you’ve found the perfect furniture for you.
Our newest find is this ingenious piece of furniture that is part sofa and part table. It is made by a Japanese company called Piano Isola with headquarters located in Fukuoka, Japan. This innovative piece is called the Caramella Counter Sofa which combines the functions of a sofa and a counter. Unlike most space-saving pieces of furniture, this one doesn’t have any moving or transformable parts. So, what you see is what you get.
This Couch Table Combines Two Pieces Of Furniture Into One
The couch features a sofa with a large desk attached at the back where you can sit up to three chairs behind it. Additionally, it has shelving underneath the table where you can place books, CDs and other stuff. This piece of furniture is made from solid walnut and oak wood. The sofa uses a bed mat structure that maintains elasticity thanks to its domestic coil spring and soft cushions. Furthermore, the backrest cushion is full of hard urethane foam in between duck feathers to prevent it from losing its shape and elasticity.
This furniture comes in 5 different widths but all versions have a tabletop height of 15 inches. The smallest version is 44.88 inches wide which can comfortably accommodate two people. Other versions measure 57.87 inches wide, 66.14 inches wide, 74 inches wide and the biggest version is 82.68 inches wide which can accommodate up to four people.
The good news is, the company offers domestic shipping. So, you’re in luck if you’re living in Japan. The company doesn’t seem to ship their products internationally. So, that’s a bummer for the rest of us outside Japan.
Source: Piano Isola