That small space left behind your sofa can be covered in a functional and the most aesthetical way– Here’re some of the best ideas!
There’s always a little bit of space that is left open after you finish a new room decoration and a lot of the time you just don’t know what to do with it. That is often the case with the area behind a sofa, either because it is scooted against a wall that is awkwardly blank otherwise or because the space is so small and narrow that nothing seems to fit there at all.
This article is full of ideas of how to make use of the space behind a couch which is both functional and aesthetically pleasing, so you don’t have to sacrifice space for aesthetics or decoration for function.
1. Sofa Table Behind Couch and Against The Wall
Another similar idea is to “sandwich” a very narrow table between the sofa and the wall so that you can set frames, candles, plants or lamps on it for decoration and function. Via always never done.
2. $30 DIY Sofa/Console Table
This table, which is set at the sofa back’s level, is more of a floating style option. Again, space is quite limited, but you can easily use the console to have your essentials handy when you sit down. Via http://blog.jennasuedesign.com/2015/06/diy-sofa-table-tutorial/
3. This DIY Sofa Table Behind Built-In Outlets Allows You Plug In Your Electronics Easily
This little DIY wooden table behind the sofa, which is very easy and accessible for everyone to make, is all about functionality. Its strategic placement, coupled with the outlets on the wall, allows you to charge your electronic gadgets while keeping them handy during rest hours. Via turtle sand tails.