A spoka has a pretty straightforward purpose: to serve as a home decorator.

It is essentially a piece of furniture with a spool attached, but it can also serve as an extension of the owner’s living space, if it is placed in a room that is otherwise unoccupied.

If you don’t have one lying around, there are a number of spoka models on the market, all designed for an apartment, and they come in a variety of shapes and sizes.

ikeas spoka-model,spoka-cabinet,spokas spoda,spoki model,bokker spoka source Newsweek cover article The spoka cabinet is one of the most popular spoka units on the street, which makes it perfect for a place to store things like clothes, bedding, and furniture.

You might even find yourself taking a nap on a spokas bed when you aren’t using it, which could be nice when you’re sleeping on the couch.

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This unit comes in a range of sizes, but if you are looking for something more compact, the A-10 Spokos is your best bet.

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