"Since studio flats have limited room, use tall shelves for exhibition and storage. Also, the room will seem bigger." You can browse your favorites and get what you need easily.
A compact built-in table or peninsula may provide ample seats for kitchen work, entertaining, and dining. It replaces the space-hogging kitchen island.
The beautiful bedroom in this Mount Washington basement apartment has ledges for paintings and treasures. Vintage and discovered paintings reflecting the area were utilized.
Installing black-and-white peel-and-stick wallpaper beneath your bed. It gives your small space a designer look and makes it fresh, open, and fun. Your bedding and other accessories may be colorful.
Color greets you joyfully. Get creative when mixing and combining colors in your studio design, regardless of style. Use flowers, stripes, and polka dots to provide texture.
Reconsider table and desk sizes and arrangement. A little organic desk fits in a corner and is compact. It is both artistic and a distinctive dining table.
In a studio, shelves are essential. Place floating shelves over your sofa or bed. Put things on bookshelves and build ins for permanent storage.
For entertaining, use an industrial-inspired bar cart. Bar carts may hold books, plants, and small decorations in addition to beverages and glasses.
We added a 3/4 shower and vanity to the little bathroom. The vanity features many drawers for essentials, and the square corner shower is compact.
Create an open-concept kitchen in your studio like Nicole White of Nicole White Designs did by removing a wall! This allowed for peninsula seating and dining table talk.