Tiny Studio Ideas
9 Smart Design Ideas For Your Studio Apartment. by Adrienne Breaux Though you might feel like you have to go small because you have a small studio, a lot of small furniture sprinkled around might make your studio feel cluttered and too busy. Whereas a few smart, larger pieces could make your
Just because your studio is less than 600 square feet, doesn't mean it has to feel like a tiny dorm room. In fact, there are a multitude of creative ways for utilizing the space you have any making it feel more open and ample. Of course, you can't magically expand your apartment's footprint (unless you knock down your neighbor's walls).
Particularly common amongst city dwellers, the studio flat is a property type becoming increasingly popular. Living in an open-plan city apartment, packed with innovative storage and kitted out with the latest trends and accessories is the dream of many. However, living in such a small area can be
Chic is not exactly the first word that comes to mind when we think of studio apartments.Instead, we think of dorm life and cramped quarters. But if you're moving into your first apartment or simply living in a city with astronomical rent prices (hello, San Francisco and New York!), sometimes an open-plan space is your best option (goodbye, nosy roommates).
65+ Stunning Art Studio Design Ideas for Small Spaces As soon as you enter an art studio you can just tell that it's no ordinary space. it has something special that you can't actually define but that defines that space perfectly.
Above: Sandra's Toronto studio feels surprisingly spacious for an apartment that's only 204 square feet. A trunk next to the bed creates a bit of separation between living and sleeping areas, as well as providing extra storage. And instead of a couch, Sandra has opted for a single comfy chair — just right for an apartment for one.