Spring fever is kicking in which for me usually translates to redecorating. Having a studio means my options are small and consist mainly of rearranging furniture. The upside is that this is the cheapest way to give your place a facelift. I looked for inspiration for studio apartments and these few caught my eye.
Building a loft bed in my basement apartment with it’s seven foot ceilings isn’t possible, but I can appreciate the sparseness of this studio. The apartment feels spacious with only a few choice pieces of furniture.
The curtains separate the living room from the bedroom, but the sheer material still allows light to filter in. The accent wall brings a pop of color but doesn’t overwhelm in such a small space. While my studio is probably not long enough to separate using curtains, it’s perfect for longer, railroad-style apartments.
Own a lot of stuff? Yeah, me too. This apartment illustrates how to fit your many belongings into a small space. It manages to maintain an eclectic vibe though every item has been placed specifically with space in mind.
I like my world awash in color, but this white palette makes the small space sleek. A few hints of color (in red and black) create a sophisticated, classic Hollywood feel.