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5 Furniture Designs Perfect for a Condo-Sized Sanctuary


Fashion the boudoir of your dreams with these style-boosting beds, sheets and nightstands

West Elm garment rack

Garment rack by West Elm

Double your closet space with this exuberant clothes rack, splashed in a trendy turquoise hue. It’s perfect for showing off your most stylish frocks. $150, at West Elm


Cutouts duvet set by Dusen Dusen

These abstract shapes and squiggles are sure to appeal to fans of the Memphis movement. The 100 per cent cotton percale bedding is part of a new home collection launched by fashion designer Ellen Van Dusen. $230, at Easy Tiger Goods


Stairway by CB2

Work from home at this ladder-like powder-coated aluminum desk. Three shelves provide a place for books and office supplies. $550, at


Lugano by BoConcept

Thanks to hydraulics, stashing extra bedding, clothing and unmentionables in this oak-and-felt sleeper’s storage cavity is a cinch. From $3130, at BoConcept


Vettre by Ikea

This nightstand-on-wheels can be easily repositioned to act as an impromptu TV dinner tray or writing surface. An opening in the bottom makes it simple to thread through charger cables. $60, at IKEA, 1475 the Queensway (also: 15 Provost Dr, North York; 200 Interchange Way, Vaughan)

Originally published in our Spring 2016 issue as Fairy Tale Bedrooms: Condo-Sized Sanctuary.


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