Now you see it. Now you don’t.

Designers are so amazing. Thinking like engineers, a few find ways to streamline everyday furniture into folding pieces that fully function yet provide portability and ease of storage. That means extra leg room and more open space to typically tight urban living.

This Clip Chair from Unica Home is a solid beech frame that comes in a white, black or wenge finish. The designers were inspired by a foldable basket while strolling around a Bulgarian market. Identical slats form a comfortable spacious seating space and a sculptural object whether open or folded.

Moooi Clip Chair | $892

Moooi Clip Chair | $892

Blu Dot makes a chair that fold completely flat. It looks a bit uncomfortable but still sleek and edgy modern. This Real Good Chair sold at 2Modern comes in white, aqua, red and black and makes space saving a breeze.

Real Good Chair by Blue Dot | $129

Real Good Chair by Blue Dot | $129

Every home needs a well-maintained bar by night and buffet by day. Make room for the Flip Trolley by Kartell. Folding completely flat to store in your closet or under a bed, this well scaled cart combined plastic trays and metal frames.

Flip Trolly by Kartell | $828

Flip Trolly by Kartell | $828

Skip those CVS and Rite Aid folding blue and green nylon seats and nestle into this classy outdoor chair from Design Within Reach. An ingenious folding mechanism, paired with lightweight and durable canvas, allows it to be repeatedly brought in and out for impromptu dining and conveniently stored. Made of bamboo, aluminum, stainless steel, and casual canvas. I can smell the beach already.

Outdoor Folding Chair | $128

Outdoor Folding Chair | $128

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