We often turn to the design pros at IKEA to find small space furniture that won't break the bank, but there's another store that's been flying under the radar all along: Urban Outfitters. Yes, you might associate it with the boho bedspread in your college dorm, but the retailer's latest product drop proves it offers so much more than youthful décor.
Case in point: Its smart, multipurpose organization wares. Cleverly designed mirrors house hanging space at the back, wires stools stack with ease, and multicolored hooks maximize every inch of wall space. Here, we've rounded up the best small apartment steals hiding at Urban Outfitters (and how to style them to get that high/low look). You can stop searching: These smart, stylish finds are a no-brainer.
This mirror provides a double duty—lean it against a blank wall and use the hooks to hang everyday items like bags, belts, and accessories.
Maximize entryway space with this stylish mango wood bench. Guests will never guess it's from Urban Outfitters.
Searching for an alternative to IKEA's ubiquitous Forsta stool? These colorful metal options stack with ease.
When floor space is scarce, make the most of blank walls with a nonpermanent hanging shelf.
Opt for translucent furniture that won't visually clutter a room. This acrylic side table is the perfect living room addition.
A great multiuse piece, style this metal cabinet in an entryway, bedroom, or below a TV unit to add a pop of personality to your home.
Storage doesn't have to be boring—fix these pastel powder-coated metal hooks to the back of your door for a burst of color.
Search for storage in unexpected places, like under side tables. This powder-blue metal table offers triple the storage and a jolt of color.
Avoid taking up valuable floor space by choosing sconces, rather than floor lamps, to illuminate your bedroom.
Rattan furniture is set to be big this summer. Give your living room a trend-focused update with these light stools, which are perfect when guests drop in.
Forget clothing racks—this leaning frame works twice as hard with shoe storage and hooks.
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