Do-It-Yourself Charm

Big do-it-yourself ideas can expand any space. Check out a tiny bungalow with Hollywood glamour, a little house with a big dance floor, a coffee table that's more than meets the eye and a modern mini-loft in New York.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe wood used in this furniture is a bamboo plywood. It's a sustainable resource because bamboo is a grass that can be harvested without killing the plant.
In Japanese, Futaba means "double leaves sprout from one seed." It's a fitting description for Akemi Tanaka's design in which a loveseat opens from a coffee table. Her other seating/table creation called Tagei means "versatility." Created for small space living, these dual function pieces offer convenience, flexibility and smart design.
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