Personally I also prefer the floor pump, but, sometimes I use a car tire emergency compressor. It Connects to the cicarrete lighter plug, and it is slow, but a bike tire has such small volume that it can be easily imflated in 3-4 minutes from zero, almost the same time that whould take with an average old floor pump, but almost zero effort from the operator. I have tried many brands, and for bike tires all of them worked fine and all were capable of 60psi+.
This can be an option that saves you space, these kind of "compressors" are really compact.
I really would advise you out of tankless compressors meant for paint jobs or aerograph use, they usually are not powerfull enough. Inflators meant for beach imflatables or balloons are not an option either, they have even less power.
I have a small 3.5 gallon compresor (the tank is small, the motor is the same as a bigger, profesional model of the same brand) that is fine for even car's tires, it's really fast on bike tires, but since I don't have permanent workshop facilities, storing the compressor awary after each use takes longer than the tire imflation, and takes a bigger effort, so I ended preffering the floor pump. (Use the compressor just for air tools). It also makes tremendous noise so it bothers neighbors and other household companions (It's not rare for me to imflate bike tires really early in the morning or really late at night). Other point to consider is adding the compressor's maintenance to your agenda.
So take these in consideration, you may purchase a bigger hassle just in order to inflate bike tires. A floor pump, a hand pump, a foot pump are all very compact and portable and are powered by you, therefore more ecologic. They are almost noiseless. Also, if you bike for execise, pumping helps for the warm-up ;)