These Innovative, Design-Forward Pieces Have A New Home In Seattle


adaptive couches and table from resource furniture

Resource Furniture is designed to be adaptive and multi-functional.

This fall, renowned European-made furniture company Resource Furniture opens its first Northwest showroom inside the newly renovated Seattle Design Center in the industrial-hip Georgetown neighborhood. The company’s slick collection of transforming and multifunctional furniture—from luxury Italian wall beds to bookshelves with built-in telescoping tabletops and an array of storage systems and seating options—insists that design-forward furniture can have cutting-edge technology and functionality without sacrificing style. The Seattle locale will feature a mix of new and classic Resource Furniture pieces that help tease out multiple uses from compact spaces. A champion for small-space living, Resource Furniture has supported the research and development of ADU and prefab homes throughout North America.

“As one of the leading cities for micro-housing developments, Seattle was a natural fit for Resource Furniture’s expansion,” says co-founder Ron Barth. Challie Stillman, Resource Furniture’s Head of Sales & Design, agrees. “We attract the design-obsessed, innovation- seekers and out-of-the-box thinkers. We’re proud to bring our unique philosophy to Seattle, where we know we’ll be surrounded by a community of like-minded design enthusiasts.”

adaptive couches and table from resource furniture

Tables and chairs neatly fit together in multiple, space-saving ways.