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Multifunctional Mägi Bench Accentuating Your Storage

Mon, Feb 4, 2013 | Furniture | By Kate
 
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Multifunctional furniture has already conquered the world because it’s ideal for small spaces and you needn’t too many pieces of furniture. This Mägi Bench by Finnish designer Olli Mustikainen is right one of these – it has so many functions! This bench has several storage compartments under the seat that was well polished and left unstained for anything you need – press, drinks, even logs. The niches are irregular – of different sizes and shapes, and that attracts attention, they may be used for decorative purposes and you can store these decorative elements that would be displayed in a unique and unusual way. What do you think?

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