Space saving furniture is getting bigger in choice as city apartments get smaller. Console tables and occasional tables are being leant against the wall which certainly helps us maximise precious square feet. I’ve found a selection of space saving furniture lean to tables crafted from wood, metal and a combination of these two materials from Heal’s and Houseology. Some are stand-a-lone with no fixing necessary while others need to be secured to the wall.
Menu Wall Table Low
Space Saving Furniture Lean to Occasional Tables
The Menu Wall Table Low is minimal with clean lines. You’ll notice that part of the table top is bent upwards which rests against the wall to give support to the legs. This clever design means that you don’t need any other fixtures to support it. It’s made entirely from steel which has been powder coated in four colours – moss green, nude, light grey and white. This occasional table can be used as a resting place for a lamp, books, plants or your coffee cup. The measurements are 52.5cm high, 32cm wide and 40cm in depth – £93 from Houseology.
Menu Wall Table Low
Rob Scarlett has designed this Lean to Side Table exclusively for Heal’s. It’s been constructed using a combination of solid American oak with a powder coated metal frame. You get the top surface with an additional shelf underneath. Ideal for compact spaces, you can use this table in the lounge, kitchen, hallway or your home office. The measurements are 52cm high, 45cm wide and 31cm in depth – £95 from Heal’s.
Lean To Side Table
Space Saving Furniture Lean to Console Tables
The Shifty Console Table is ideal for the hallway. The central drawer opens up as normal and you also get a hidden compartment which is revealed if you pull the entire unit towards you. When this portion is open it actually doubles the surface space. The top is made from ash solids and veneers while the tubular metal leg has been powder coated for protection – £1295 from Heal’s.
Shifty Console Table
This Walnut and Ash Console Table has been designed by Alexander Mueller. The quirky geometric shape has been influenced by origami. The construction uses tongue and groove joints which gives the piece decorative interest. Magnets have been placed inside the table body so you can keep your keys safe in one place. The measurements are 83cm high, 80cm wide and 39cm in depth – £600 from Heal’s.
Walnut and Ash Console Table
The Agnes Console is by Kay and Stemmer features tapered legs for an elegant finish. It’s crafted from solid oak and lavished with a clear matt lacquer finish. There is also a walnut version if you’d prefer. You also have a choice of leather lining inside the drawer. Just fix this console to the wall for stability. The measurements are 80cm high, 81.5cm wide and 36cm in depth – £490-980 from Heal’s.
Agnes Console Table
Where to Buy Space Saving Furniture
If you like any of the pieces mentioned in this feature, you can purchase online from the following websites.
Author: Homegirl London. Photographs: Houseology and Heal’s. Disclosure: This feature includes the following affiliate partners – Houseology (if you click through from my website and purchase items from the affiliates I will earn a small commission).