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12 Perfect Studio Apartment Layouts to Inspire
192 m2 | 8 bedrooms | 5 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
Here are 30 of the most ingenious small apartment designs ever presented on Freshome; enjoy and get inspired! 40 Exciting Small Modern Kitchen Design Ideas (22). Small Modern Kitchens, Modern Farmhouse Kitchens, Modern Kitchen Design, Interior Design Kitchen, Cool. A house tour of four living spaces which make the most of small spaces, using ingenuity, clever design and minimalist materials.

A well-edited area gives you room to breathe. With a neutral color scheme, this space is anything but cluttered. This small apartment went with a strategic layout that keeps the kitchen and eating area under the lofted bed.

The staircase also provides a perk, functioning as a hidden closet. Of course, extra storage space is of utmost importance in a small loft. Using the same black paint throughout the space makes it feel cohesive and put-together. The pops of blue makes the sleeping area feel distinct. If your studio has super low ceilings, you can still include a seating area for yourself and guests to use. Just opt for lower furniture and have fun with color.

Curtains hung well above the window impart airiness and height. A big mirror can also help brighten up the space and make it feel bigger. Furnishings that serve double duty are big lifesavers in studio apartments. This corner nook is a great place to hang out when you have a guest, but you can also use it when working from home or as a dining table.

Design Inspiration. Room Ideas. How to Renovate. United States. Type keyword s to search. Today's Top Stories. Fantastic Frank. Install a Glass Partition. Ngoc Minh Ngo. Hang "Floating" Art. Be Resourceful.

Thomas Loof. Use a Room Divider. Use One Paint Color. Hide Your Bed. Choose Curtains Over Doors. Reath Design. Think in Terms of Zones. Use Smart Storage. Open shelving is also a great way to use your vertical space.

Go Dark. Amber Interiors. Mikael Axelsson. Use All Available Space. Leanne Ford Interiors. Loft Your Bed. Nicole Franzen. The simplest approach is to create a coordinated style that extends throughout the entire home, but that option can restrict the creativity and expressive potential of the occupants.

The other option is to create a different theme within each functional area, but this requires careful planning and a unifying design layer to make sure the home doesn't clash or feel too eclectic. The five studio apartments profiled in this post demonstrate a variety of techniques and styles, proving that creative constraints can lead to inspiring solutions. Click this button and visit here for the download link. We bring to you inspiring visuals of cool homes, specific spaces, architectural marvels and new design trends.

Home Designing. Follow Us The compact living room arrangement sets the standard for the smart space-saving solutions found throughout the home. Here, a striped rug helps define the media area. It also offers a convenient mounting point for the television, making the media center feel like part of the room. The shelves also double as a display for decorative items to make the living space feel more homey and lived-in. A wooden pendant light by Seppo Koho helps center the space.

Matte black paneling on the left allows the neutral cabinetry to stand out. We will email you the download link for the book OR Click this button and visit here for the download link. A sliding glass door allows for ample sunlight and the storage wall delivers just enough privacy. Indirect lighting makes it possible to find any item even in a space as dark as this one. Wood, exposed brick, concrete, and textiles come together to create a modern apartment with huge personality and an eclectic vibe.

Such excellent execution! Bookshelves offer plenty of material for reading in the morning or before bed, and light wood cabinetry allows convenient storage for clothing.

Large glass jars in the cabinets provide a safe place to store dry goods while minimizing clutter. They also add a nice variety of attractive colors within an otherwise neutral decor theme.

248,000
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Use a Bookshelf as a Room Divider
266 m2 | 4 bedrooms | 3 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
Living in a tiny studio apartment? albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru shares 12 design tips to make the most of your small quarters. A house tour of four living spaces which make the most of small spaces, using ingenuity, clever design and minimalist materials. This first studio apartment from YØ DEZEEN uses a modern monochromatic theme paired with smooth plywood wall paneling. The compact living room.

Follow Us The compact living room arrangement sets the standard for the smart space-saving solutions found throughout the home. Here, a striped rug helps define the media area. It also offers a convenient mounting point for the television, making the media center feel like part of the room. The shelves also double as a display for decorative items to make the living space feel more homey and lived-in. A wooden pendant light by Seppo Koho helps center the space.

Matte black paneling on the left allows the neutral cabinetry to stand out. We will email you the download link for the book OR Click this button and visit here for the download link. A sliding glass door allows for ample sunlight and the storage wall delivers just enough privacy. Indirect lighting makes it possible to find any item even in a space as dark as this one. Wood, exposed brick, concrete, and textiles come together to create a modern apartment with huge personality and an eclectic vibe.

Such excellent execution! Bookshelves offer plenty of material for reading in the morning or before bed, and light wood cabinetry allows convenient storage for clothing. Large glass jars in the cabinets provide a safe place to store dry goods while minimizing clutter. They also add a nice variety of attractive colors within an otherwise neutral decor theme. The geometric floor tiles are a cool touch too! Its interior decor is more or less uniform throughout the apartment — without dividers or interior walls to break up the spaces, pulling off a cohesive theme turned out to be a practical and beautiful choice.

The Acapulco-style woven chairs and transparent acrylic table are light-looking and perfectly suited to a small space like this one. A large wood-clad dividing unit occupies the center of the home, providing extra storage and decorative shelving, along with a bench row that could serve as seating or a sideboard table depending on needs. Such a smart use of space! The bent plywood dining chairs offer a combination of modern and traditional elements.

Like is the case with the ingenious design of this Madrid apartment the designers had created a dynamic and playful three-level space in the long and narrow dwelling. Here the owner moves between living and working spaces like a character in a computer game — using ladders and stairs that connect platforms in a non-lineal path. Creative, sufficient and light the design allows the best distribution of the limited space. Elevating the bathroom on the second level of this small apartment in Sao Paulo, the Brazilian architect Alan Chu archived fey essential tasks: open free space in the living room and allowed a beautiful sculptural staircase from black metal to lead the way to the bedroom and bathroom spaces.

Which are now in close proximity thanks to this new distribution of space. And this spatial solution gives the micro-apartment a vision of trendy urban mezzanine. When it comes to small spaces design the combination of multiple different textures and materials is difficult — because the visual impact between them is strengthened by their proximity.

So this project of Studio Bazi is an excellent example of how to do it: here the shining white surface of the ceiling is well balanced by the wooden texture of the floors, entwining this effect in the rest of the furnishing is a spot on clever approach. Making the best of the high ceilings in this Brooklyn studio , the designers from New Affiliates entwined light plywood structures, chunky columns, metal-mesh panels to define different spaces and shining brass accents to give a light industrial touch to the place.

This project of CIAO has a dynamic and functional approach towards a small studio apartment design this time is located in London. The premises are utilized according to the lifestyle of the owner including a practical and comfortable working corner that hides a sliding second bed that can be used for guests. Plywood platform gives a sling elevation behind the half-height bookshelf and hosts the main bed.

Usually the designers tend to give an unostentatious or even a camouflage facade for the furniture units and combo furniture so they can maximally blend with their surroundings, but the opposite approach is possible and desirable in some cases. Using bold, accentuating color the furniture unite can become the focal point of the whole composition. If one uses a centrally located furniture pieces as a separation of functions knack: like is in the case of this studio Folk Design project ; it may be a good idea to leave air above the furniture units and in this way to permit the actual volume of the space to be felt.

The contemporary home of the two sisters presents a cozy, clean and intriguing atmosphere. The Asian simplicity of premises and the organic combination of wooden structures, fresh greenery, and white surfaces is shown in a multi-layered architectural construct that is fresh and comfortable.

Thanks to this approach the mini-apartment feels spacious and light. Renovating this square-foot Parisian pad the Swan Architectes searched for light and space, so reducing the separation wall to its bare structure is quite a smart move.

The old beams become an artistic bookshelf, a transparent and symbolic essential qualities when you deal with restricted and dark space separation between the night and day zones, and on top of this a main focal accent of the interior composition. This 29sqm flat in Poland is designed by the 3XA studio and features fresh, artistic atmosphere that entwines the luminous white bases including the original brick walls painted in white the gorgeous texture of the restored wooden floors with some modern additions from recycled wood and tile compositions.

The simplistic color base: white, light wood and black accents, in trendy details like the metal bar chairs, the tile floor, or the suspended lamps give a spacious and elegant feel to the composition.

Cute, artistic and fresh this project of Skica Studio , located in Sofia, Bulgaria makes the most of its 55sq. Generous in size and texture the reclaimed wood table strong focal point makes the dining corner suitable for the lifestyle of the owners it can host many guest and friends. Attractive and welcoming living premises that combine vintage charm whit contemporary artistic touch elements are hosting the unusual design solution to place the bed under the window and separate it with airy curtains.

In this manner, the designers are not only utilizing a space that is rarely used but also introduce the charming possibility of wakening up in a luminous and sunny environment. French architect Paul Coudamy had fined an intelligent and stylish solution of how to utilize the restrained space of 23m2 of this Parisian apartment. Creating custom made movable bookshelf unit that slides to uncover either the bed or the working corner the designer provided smart and trendy furniture solution for small premises.

The red carmine gloss paint reinforces the graphical dimension of the space and is well balanced by the matt walls and soft textural elements. The design of this small apartment created by McCRUM offers smart solutions, but composing a bookshelf unit that separates the functional zoning of the place and introducing a rotating bit that enables the TV to be watched both from the sofa and the bed is a very functional approach.

In a studio apartment, while dividing your space, you can make the room divider function as a second thing too like this room divider also serves as a shelving unit and a wall for TV.

This contemporary Polish mezzanine project carried out by MUS Architects has the light atmosphere and modern touch given by the combination of trendy furniture, quality materials and some fascinating metal structures and details.

The staircase is with simple almost delicate and airy presence and allows the premises restrained volume not to be crushed. The play with the light has an almost magical effect on the ambiance, so in the case, with this artistic Parisian creation , the illumination project that reflects upon the bright whiteness -the different color hues of the light play the role of space division. The three zones of the apartment include bedroom, bath, and kitchen.

The first two are distinguished by bright yellow light that adds a beam of fresh accent. The rest of the long narrow space is designed with light, almost airy furniture pieces that blend their whiteness with the rest of the minimalistic stylistics of the space. In this project , the designers intriguingly combine the simplicity of the wooden textures, the rustic accent of the stone walls and playful graphic details of the floor tiles.

Transforming a ground-floor space of a 17th century Parisian townhouse into a studio apartment, the designers from Anne Rolland Architecte had preserved the original limestone masonry but added trendy plywood material structures like the multi-purpose closet furniture and the Graphic-patterned tiles that give a playful nod to the old-style Parisian bars.

Often the small studio apartments are located on the last floor or the attic and the problem with sloping ceiling or A -frame can occur. In this project of Batiik Studio the dirty, forgotten space was turned into cozy, elegant and inviting attic studio apartment.

Intelligent design solutions deal with the restrained space beneath the windows — using wooden lattice panels, corresponding in style with the rest of the design, the architects created storage departments: bookshelf unit and nightstand functions from the otherwise unusable space.

Small working corner under the sloped roof, a bed that can turn into a sofa or a kitchen bar are the other clever insertions in this cute Parisian apartment. Designing this compact studio apartment in St. Petersburg the designer aimed for an effect that preserves the freedom of an open layout with the added privacy of a divided home where needed. Such clever insertions like the central volume, clad with wood veneer that hosts the bedroom space.

The minimalistic and smooth niche of the kitchen are created to blend with the interior design and at the same time to give it focal points. The whiteness of the interior palette is also a good approach towards the windowless space the luminosity of the all-white interior has only a few colorful accents: the wooden box, the cerulean blue rug, and a few terracotta details.

Apart from the built-in lightning scheme that saves the niches constructs from obscure ambiance, the prevailing whiteness is the main design knack that brings light to the decor composition. Look at this space division approach — the long curtains drapery that reaches the floor and the dark color inside of them — give a strain decadent feel to the whole ambiance.

The architect Rick Joy had composed quite an elegant decor for this minimalist yet warm studio apartment. The rich textural details — the main focal point of which are the canopy style curtains around the bed are combined with contemporary and smooth materials like the Venetian plaster of ceiling and walls and spiced up with fashionable design pieces of furniture and lamps.

In this Budapest apartment project, we observe the classical approach of an elevated platform for the bed that has a new bright and elegant read. Using plywood and its clean and fresh emanation, the designers from Position Collective composed an ambiance of style and light, playful mood. The wall that stretches from the bedroom platform to the kitchen area and offers the possibility of arranging you shelf system like a puzzle — according to your needs is an ingenious approach for confined spaces.

This custom made structure gives a useful shelf space and at the same time leaves the premises free and unburden like it will be the case if classical cabinetry system is used. Creating a special unit for sleeping and using its volume for storage compartments One of the first things that come to mind when confronted with limited living space is where to put all my stuff? Color distinction- paint the second level in a different tonality Painting this mezzanine premise with stylish and characteristic wall accents that visually separates the premises creates the feeling that the bed area is a whole separate world.

Elevate the bed and give yourself more space underneath This light bought as colors and space illumination characteristics project of ICOSA in collaboration with Peter Suen , is located in the heart of San Francisco and offers a youthful, dynamic and contemporary solution for the space problems. Use Folding Glass Walls to achieve dynamic and flexible space separation This dramatic space composition in the restoration project of an old small apartment by Tatyana Bobyleva is achieved through the dynamic contrasts in the materials palette, the textural and color combinations.

Sliding staircase — movable elements which if necessary can be hidden or blend Averagely the sleeping area is used only ones a day, so it is quite a clever solution the staircase that leads towards the bed niche to be movable and if necessary to free the space for the daily activates.

Put your bedroom into a movable cube — fun on wells Resolving the problems with privacy, space, and static border — this colorful bed box project is offering a moveable, cozy and fun solution for small apartments with contemporary design. Saving Space with a Suspended Bedroom This dynamic composition for modern small home is located in London and offers charming focal accent of a suspended bed above active working area with trendy furniture pieces.

Make use of the space behind the sofa The fresh and artistic design of this tiny apartment will guarantee comfortable living space for more than one person — with its light emanation and multiple sitting zones, and chill-out niches, unique space design offers many opportunities for relaxation and privet quiet space.

Movable wall in combination with folding wall bed This high-tech, dynamic solution is up to free a lot of space for modern urban dwellings. Partially hiding the bed in the closed Undertaking the challenge of renovating this tiny Milanese apartment and giving it a youthful and functional atmosphere that it will turn its 28 sq. Minimalism takes hold — live part of the premises empty The designers of this contemporary project — a stylish home located in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, Australia had searched its inspiration in modern minimalism but also in the funny word of Mighty Mouse.

Elevating the kitchen and hiding the bed underneath The dynamic design of this Parisian mini-apartment hides different functional levels and multiple materials and colors combinations. Turn the bedroom it into a sculptural element This contemporary design creation of French architects Emmanuel Combarel and Dominique Marrec offers an entirely new aesthetic experience of a bedroom space introducing unusual solutions for small spaces.

Use the space in front of the entrance door This simple yet charming design for a micro-apartment consist of a series of clear-lined, low-tech joinery pieces that form zones within the main space. Creating an illusion of volume using mirrored surfaces This fantastic and almost surreal project of Gary Chang located in Hong Kong is presenting us with the unbelievable transformation of a square-foot space into over 24 different rooms project using movable walls, stairs, and furniture.

Insert the Murphy bed into the separation wall to have an extra, guest bed Graham Hill and his company, LifeEdited are specialized into creating smart and elegant solutions for ultra-livable micro-apartments. Closet as a Swiss Army Knife Kitoko Studio had composed and ornamented this Parisian chic apartment with Asian aesthetic hints and ingenious movable units. Hang things — the ceiling is an excellent space for stuff The latest work of Me2architects studio is this charming small apartment in a former industrial district that preserves its heritage under the original and stylish read of contemporary design.

Sliding wooden doors — light, elegant touch In this home , the bedroom is hidden behind solid sliding doors disguised as wooden panels. Gave a decorative value to the second level and turned it into the attractive accent of the interior Contrasting the deep blues of the walls with the light presence of the wooden cladding and decorative patterns the designers from NCDA created a high visual impact with the mezzanine floor of this small tree house located in Hong Kong.

Combo-box: all the furniture in one unit As it happens some of the most ingenious solutions are evoked form personal experience or need. Use glass partitions for better illumination of the premises Like an origami, this small loft space unfolds its specific shapes and lines in one luminous and stylistically pure interior ambiance.

Sliding glass doors Creating this modern studio apartment decor the designers from INDOT gave it a characteristic for the Asian style design minimalistic expression.

Create a wall from shelves This cute Loft Space in Camden, London is created by Craft Design and aims to secure a bespoke and innovative environment, flexible to the requirements of modern life. Furniture Island in the middle of the living space Creating a room within a room the designer Nils Holger Moormann searched to optimize the living arrangements in modern micro-apartments.

Elevate the bookshelf as high as possible This light and clear-lined design project belongs to the Taiwanese studio A Little Design and optimizes a meter-square micro apartment to serve every need of its occupants. You can use more than two levels in height If space permits it the design of the living quarters can include more than the traditional for micro-apartment — two levels. Bathroom on the second level- closer to the bedroom Elevating the bathroom on the second level of this small apartment in Sao Paulo, the Brazilian architect Alan Chu archived fey essential tasks: open free space in the living room and allowed a beautiful sculptural staircase from black metal to lead the way to the bedroom and bathroom spaces.

Using contrasting textures for the floor and the ceiling cladding When it comes to small spaces design the combination of multiple different textures and materials is difficult — because the visual impact between them is strengthened by their proximity.

Metal-mesh panels used as a separation knack Making the best of the high ceilings in this Brooklyn studio , the designers from New Affiliates entwined light plywood structures, chunky columns, metal-mesh panels to define different spaces and shining brass accents to give a light industrial touch to the place. Sliding bed under the working place This project of CIAO has a dynamic and functional approach towards a small studio apartment design this time is located in London.

Using bold colors for some of the furniture Usually the designers tend to give an unostentatious or even a camouflage facade for the furniture units and combo furniture so they can maximally blend with their surroundings, but the opposite approach is possible and desirable in some cases. Using the furniture for visual separation of the premise but leaving a free space above them If one uses a centrally located furniture pieces as a separation of functions knack: like is in the case of this studio Folk Design project ; it may be a good idea to leave air above the furniture units and in this way to permit the actual volume of the space to be felt.

Bookshelves from old wooden beams to be used as a separation knack Renovating this square-foot Parisian pad the Swan Architectes searched for light and space, so reducing the separation wall to its bare structure is quite a smart move.

Wondering about the color scheme? If you love the sun move your bed closer to the window Cute, artistic and fresh this project of Skica Studio , located in Sofia, Bulgaria makes the most of its 55sq. Movable shelf unit French architect Paul Coudamy had fined an intelligent and stylish solution of how to utilize the restrained space of 23m2 of this Parisian apartment.

Metal framework with transparent qualities This contemporary Polish mezzanine project carried out by MUS Architects has the light atmosphere and modern touch given by the combination of trendy furniture, quality materials and some fascinating metal structures and details.

Light in the different color spectrum for a visual division of premises The play with the light has an almost magical effect on the ambiance, so in the case, with this artistic Parisian creation , the illumination project that reflects upon the bright whiteness -the different color hues of the light play the role of space division.

Play with the floors and the walls In this project , the designers intriguingly combine the simplicity of the wooden textures, the rustic accent of the stone walls and playful graphic details of the floor tiles.

338,000
* €/m2
18 Ingenious Studio Apartment Ideas That Make 400 Square Feet Feel Like A Palace
138 m2 | 10 bedrooms | 6 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
This first studio apartment from YØ DEZEEN uses a modern monochromatic theme paired with smooth plywood wall paneling. The compact living room. 40 Exciting Small Modern Kitchen Design Ideas (22). Small Modern Kitchens, Modern Farmhouse Kitchens, Modern Kitchen Design, Interior Design Kitchen, Cool. We created this complete list of 50 small studio apartment design ideas because we wanted to inspire and encourage the owners of such.

Making the best of the high ceilings in this Brooklyn studio , the designers from New Affiliates entwined light plywood structures, chunky columns, metal-mesh panels to define different spaces and shining brass accents to give a light industrial touch to the place. This project of CIAO has a dynamic and functional approach towards a small studio apartment design this time is located in London. The premises are utilized according to the lifestyle of the owner including a practical and comfortable working corner that hides a sliding second bed that can be used for guests.

Plywood platform gives a sling elevation behind the half-height bookshelf and hosts the main bed. Usually the designers tend to give an unostentatious or even a camouflage facade for the furniture units and combo furniture so they can maximally blend with their surroundings, but the opposite approach is possible and desirable in some cases. Using bold, accentuating color the furniture unite can become the focal point of the whole composition.

If one uses a centrally located furniture pieces as a separation of functions knack: like is in the case of this studio Folk Design project ; it may be a good idea to leave air above the furniture units and in this way to permit the actual volume of the space to be felt.

The contemporary home of the two sisters presents a cozy, clean and intriguing atmosphere. The Asian simplicity of premises and the organic combination of wooden structures, fresh greenery, and white surfaces is shown in a multi-layered architectural construct that is fresh and comfortable. Thanks to this approach the mini-apartment feels spacious and light.

Renovating this square-foot Parisian pad the Swan Architectes searched for light and space, so reducing the separation wall to its bare structure is quite a smart move. The old beams become an artistic bookshelf, a transparent and symbolic essential qualities when you deal with restricted and dark space separation between the night and day zones, and on top of this a main focal accent of the interior composition.

This 29sqm flat in Poland is designed by the 3XA studio and features fresh, artistic atmosphere that entwines the luminous white bases including the original brick walls painted in white the gorgeous texture of the restored wooden floors with some modern additions from recycled wood and tile compositions. The simplistic color base: white, light wood and black accents, in trendy details like the metal bar chairs, the tile floor, or the suspended lamps give a spacious and elegant feel to the composition.

Cute, artistic and fresh this project of Skica Studio , located in Sofia, Bulgaria makes the most of its 55sq. Generous in size and texture the reclaimed wood table strong focal point makes the dining corner suitable for the lifestyle of the owners it can host many guest and friends. Attractive and welcoming living premises that combine vintage charm whit contemporary artistic touch elements are hosting the unusual design solution to place the bed under the window and separate it with airy curtains.

In this manner, the designers are not only utilizing a space that is rarely used but also introduce the charming possibility of wakening up in a luminous and sunny environment.

French architect Paul Coudamy had fined an intelligent and stylish solution of how to utilize the restrained space of 23m2 of this Parisian apartment. Creating custom made movable bookshelf unit that slides to uncover either the bed or the working corner the designer provided smart and trendy furniture solution for small premises.

The red carmine gloss paint reinforces the graphical dimension of the space and is well balanced by the matt walls and soft textural elements. The design of this small apartment created by McCRUM offers smart solutions, but composing a bookshelf unit that separates the functional zoning of the place and introducing a rotating bit that enables the TV to be watched both from the sofa and the bed is a very functional approach.

In a studio apartment, while dividing your space, you can make the room divider function as a second thing too like this room divider also serves as a shelving unit and a wall for TV. This contemporary Polish mezzanine project carried out by MUS Architects has the light atmosphere and modern touch given by the combination of trendy furniture, quality materials and some fascinating metal structures and details. The staircase is with simple almost delicate and airy presence and allows the premises restrained volume not to be crushed.

The play with the light has an almost magical effect on the ambiance, so in the case, with this artistic Parisian creation , the illumination project that reflects upon the bright whiteness -the different color hues of the light play the role of space division. The three zones of the apartment include bedroom, bath, and kitchen. The first two are distinguished by bright yellow light that adds a beam of fresh accent. The rest of the long narrow space is designed with light, almost airy furniture pieces that blend their whiteness with the rest of the minimalistic stylistics of the space.

In this project , the designers intriguingly combine the simplicity of the wooden textures, the rustic accent of the stone walls and playful graphic details of the floor tiles. Transforming a ground-floor space of a 17th century Parisian townhouse into a studio apartment, the designers from Anne Rolland Architecte had preserved the original limestone masonry but added trendy plywood material structures like the multi-purpose closet furniture and the Graphic-patterned tiles that give a playful nod to the old-style Parisian bars.

Often the small studio apartments are located on the last floor or the attic and the problem with sloping ceiling or A -frame can occur. In this project of Batiik Studio the dirty, forgotten space was turned into cozy, elegant and inviting attic studio apartment.

Intelligent design solutions deal with the restrained space beneath the windows — using wooden lattice panels, corresponding in style with the rest of the design, the architects created storage departments: bookshelf unit and nightstand functions from the otherwise unusable space.

Small working corner under the sloped roof, a bed that can turn into a sofa or a kitchen bar are the other clever insertions in this cute Parisian apartment. Designing this compact studio apartment in St. Petersburg the designer aimed for an effect that preserves the freedom of an open layout with the added privacy of a divided home where needed. Such clever insertions like the central volume, clad with wood veneer that hosts the bedroom space.

The minimalistic and smooth niche of the kitchen are created to blend with the interior design and at the same time to give it focal points. The whiteness of the interior palette is also a good approach towards the windowless space the luminosity of the all-white interior has only a few colorful accents: the wooden box, the cerulean blue rug, and a few terracotta details.

Apart from the built-in lightning scheme that saves the niches constructs from obscure ambiance, the prevailing whiteness is the main design knack that brings light to the decor composition. Look at this space division approach — the long curtains drapery that reaches the floor and the dark color inside of them — give a strain decadent feel to the whole ambiance.

The architect Rick Joy had composed quite an elegant decor for this minimalist yet warm studio apartment. The rich textural details — the main focal point of which are the canopy style curtains around the bed are combined with contemporary and smooth materials like the Venetian plaster of ceiling and walls and spiced up with fashionable design pieces of furniture and lamps.

In this Budapest apartment project, we observe the classical approach of an elevated platform for the bed that has a new bright and elegant read. Using plywood and its clean and fresh emanation, the designers from Position Collective composed an ambiance of style and light, playful mood. The wall that stretches from the bedroom platform to the kitchen area and offers the possibility of arranging you shelf system like a puzzle — according to your needs is an ingenious approach for confined spaces.

This custom made structure gives a useful shelf space and at the same time leaves the premises free and unburden like it will be the case if classical cabinetry system is used. Creating a special unit for sleeping and using its volume for storage compartments One of the first things that come to mind when confronted with limited living space is where to put all my stuff?

Color distinction- paint the second level in a different tonality Painting this mezzanine premise with stylish and characteristic wall accents that visually separates the premises creates the feeling that the bed area is a whole separate world. Elevate the bed and give yourself more space underneath This light bought as colors and space illumination characteristics project of ICOSA in collaboration with Peter Suen , is located in the heart of San Francisco and offers a youthful, dynamic and contemporary solution for the space problems.

Use Folding Glass Walls to achieve dynamic and flexible space separation This dramatic space composition in the restoration project of an old small apartment by Tatyana Bobyleva is achieved through the dynamic contrasts in the materials palette, the textural and color combinations. Sliding staircase — movable elements which if necessary can be hidden or blend Averagely the sleeping area is used only ones a day, so it is quite a clever solution the staircase that leads towards the bed niche to be movable and if necessary to free the space for the daily activates.

Put your bedroom into a movable cube — fun on wells Resolving the problems with privacy, space, and static border — this colorful bed box project is offering a moveable, cozy and fun solution for small apartments with contemporary design. Saving Space with a Suspended Bedroom This dynamic composition for modern small home is located in London and offers charming focal accent of a suspended bed above active working area with trendy furniture pieces.

Make use of the space behind the sofa The fresh and artistic design of this tiny apartment will guarantee comfortable living space for more than one person — with its light emanation and multiple sitting zones, and chill-out niches, unique space design offers many opportunities for relaxation and privet quiet space.

Movable wall in combination with folding wall bed This high-tech, dynamic solution is up to free a lot of space for modern urban dwellings. Partially hiding the bed in the closed Undertaking the challenge of renovating this tiny Milanese apartment and giving it a youthful and functional atmosphere that it will turn its 28 sq.

Minimalism takes hold — live part of the premises empty The designers of this contemporary project — a stylish home located in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, Australia had searched its inspiration in modern minimalism but also in the funny word of Mighty Mouse. Elevating the kitchen and hiding the bed underneath The dynamic design of this Parisian mini-apartment hides different functional levels and multiple materials and colors combinations.

Turn the bedroom it into a sculptural element This contemporary design creation of French architects Emmanuel Combarel and Dominique Marrec offers an entirely new aesthetic experience of a bedroom space introducing unusual solutions for small spaces. Use the space in front of the entrance door This simple yet charming design for a micro-apartment consist of a series of clear-lined, low-tech joinery pieces that form zones within the main space.

Creating an illusion of volume using mirrored surfaces This fantastic and almost surreal project of Gary Chang located in Hong Kong is presenting us with the unbelievable transformation of a square-foot space into over 24 different rooms project using movable walls, stairs, and furniture. Insert the Murphy bed into the separation wall to have an extra, guest bed Graham Hill and his company, LifeEdited are specialized into creating smart and elegant solutions for ultra-livable micro-apartments.

In the living room, large-format tiles in slightly-differing hues line the feature wall, tricking the eye into seeing more widely. White-slat and glass-windowed partitions let light and extra space into the area. A wide bed takes centre stage, giving the impression of ample square meterage.

A bookcase behind the bed utilises an inlet wall space, while muted, charcoal tones inject both warmth and a feeling of calm. The dining room keeps it simple with a wooden frame table and black pod chairs, while monochromatic prints lift the eye.

The living, dining and kitchen areas are made larger by separations in the shapes, all tied together by their outlines. The living room boasts an octagonal chair upon a lined rug; the dining room a plus-shaped light; the kitchen a series of coloured blocks which act as its cabinetry.

Circles form mirrors and art on the walls, while the white backdrop affords space for the unique branched coat rack. Green potted plants in solid forms introduce the outdoors. Triangle and diamond shapes cover the rug, while a wooden geometric chair, a series of rectangular windows and differing textures fill the corners. A light teal tint and towelling offers a feminine touch to a space for pampering. Wooden shelving and small potted plants fill the room with nature. White-walled interiors showcase a kitchen and living space, with the kitchen bench an additional backing for the lounge.

Corked kitchen tiling draws the eye. The pale-coloured couch fits in thematically, offering seating for the other side of the table. If only one part of the room is windowed and privacy isn't an issue , try a glass-paneled screen—it adds just enough visual separation to a space while still allowing plenty of light to flow through. Interior designer Max Sinsteden's made his sleep zone feel separate from the rest of the studio apartment by hanging a floor-to-ceiling curtain and then suspending a "floating" painting to distinguish it even more.

When you close it, you honestly feel like you're in a Parisian hotel," he tells House Beautiful. A small space doesn't hamper him from hanging out with friends in the makeshift living room. Use a partial room divider to have some privacy when changing, and opt for a slim sofa for extra seating when guests come over. When you want to break up an open loft or studio apartment but don't want to—or can't—install permanent dividers, just use a folding screen to create the illusion of privacy and separateness.

Designer Maureen Footer also accentuates the vertical space in this apartment, drawing our attention up with a super tall bed cornice. So you need to transform a big white box into something suitable to live in? Here's your blueprint. Different flooring in the sitting reinforces the idea that the space has "rooms" too.

If you don't want to redo your floors, just add an area rug. If your studio apartment is too tiny to fit both a little sitting area and a bed, consider a DIY trundle bed or a solid platform with a retractable bed under it. In this space, the wooden platform makes room for a sofa so there's somewhere to sit instead of the bed this way, it doesn't have to feel like a bedroom if you want to have guests over.

It's kind of like a Murphy bed but easier to create yourself. Installing a sliding door would take up precious space, so in its place, hang a curtain to create privacy around the bed. A more diaphanous fabric means light can still stream through and doesn't weight down the room. A bench at the end of the bed signals a conversation area, keeping your sleeping area separate from the hangout zone. Though light walls tend to be the go-to for opening and brightening up smaller living quarters, a dark paint job can actually do wonders.

Here, photographer Bjorn Wallander used a deep chocolate brown hue to make the studio feel cozy, intimate, and warm. Establish the nook inside the front door as its own entryway with a sitting area.

Then shove your bed as far away from the door as possible. Also, sconces by the bed free up space on the surfaces of the bedside tables.

Create room for storage under the bed by putting your mattress on top of a custom storage unit, or have it sit on a set of simple risers to create space for storage underneath.

A bed skirt keeps the storage out of sight, or you could roll with an industrial look like this one. A well-edited area gives you room to breathe. With a neutral color scheme, this space is anything but cluttered. This small apartment went with a strategic layout that keeps the kitchen and eating area under the lofted bed.

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Use a partial room divider to have some privacy when changing, and opt for a slim sofa for extra seating when guests come over. When you want to break up an open loft or studio apartment but don't want to—or can't—install permanent dividers, just use a folding screen to create the illusion of privacy and separateness. Designer Maureen Footer also accentuates the vertical space in this apartment, drawing our attention up with a super tall bed cornice. So you need to transform a big white box into something suitable to live in?

Here's your blueprint. Different flooring in the sitting reinforces the idea that the space has "rooms" too. If you don't want to redo your floors, just add an area rug. If your studio apartment is too tiny to fit both a little sitting area and a bed, consider a DIY trundle bed or a solid platform with a retractable bed under it.

In this space, the wooden platform makes room for a sofa so there's somewhere to sit instead of the bed this way, it doesn't have to feel like a bedroom if you want to have guests over.

It's kind of like a Murphy bed but easier to create yourself. Installing a sliding door would take up precious space, so in its place, hang a curtain to create privacy around the bed. A more diaphanous fabric means light can still stream through and doesn't weight down the room.

A bench at the end of the bed signals a conversation area, keeping your sleeping area separate from the hangout zone. Though light walls tend to be the go-to for opening and brightening up smaller living quarters, a dark paint job can actually do wonders.

Here, photographer Bjorn Wallander used a deep chocolate brown hue to make the studio feel cozy, intimate, and warm. Establish the nook inside the front door as its own entryway with a sitting area.

Then shove your bed as far away from the door as possible. Also, sconces by the bed free up space on the surfaces of the bedside tables. Create room for storage under the bed by putting your mattress on top of a custom storage unit, or have it sit on a set of simple risers to create space for storage underneath.

A bed skirt keeps the storage out of sight, or you could roll with an industrial look like this one. A well-edited area gives you room to breathe. With a neutral color scheme, this space is anything but cluttered.

This small apartment went with a strategic layout that keeps the kitchen and eating area under the lofted bed. The staircase also provides a perk, functioning as a hidden closet. Of course, extra storage space is of utmost importance in a small loft. Using the same black paint throughout the space makes it feel cohesive and put-together. The pops of blue makes the sleeping area feel distinct. Its interior decor is more or less uniform throughout the apartment — without dividers or interior walls to break up the spaces, pulling off a cohesive theme turned out to be a practical and beautiful choice.

The Acapulco-style woven chairs and transparent acrylic table are light-looking and perfectly suited to a small space like this one. A large wood-clad dividing unit occupies the center of the home, providing extra storage and decorative shelving, along with a bench row that could serve as seating or a sideboard table depending on needs. Such a smart use of space! The bent plywood dining chairs offer a combination of modern and traditional elements.

Taking a completely different approach from the previous studio apartment, this space boasts highly modernistic materials and striking geometric themes.

Strong contrasts play an important role in the design — reflective surfaces complement soft textural materials, stripes and polygons compete for dominance, and metallics pop out from a backdrop of neutral colors. Note how the bed platform and headboard are combined into the same piece of furniture, with a little extra storage tucked into the side.

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The living room boasts an octagonal chair upon a lined rug; the dining room a plus-shaped light; the kitchen a series of coloured blocks which act as its cabinetry.

Circles form mirrors and art on the walls, while the white backdrop affords space for the unique branched coat rack. Green potted plants in solid forms introduce the outdoors.

Triangle and diamond shapes cover the rug, while a wooden geometric chair, a series of rectangular windows and differing textures fill the corners. A light teal tint and towelling offers a feminine touch to a space for pampering. Wooden shelving and small potted plants fill the room with nature.

White-walled interiors showcase a kitchen and living space, with the kitchen bench an additional backing for the lounge. Corked kitchen tiling draws the eye. The pale-coloured couch fits in thematically, offering seating for the other side of the table.

Clothed in the same colour bedding as the lounge, the stowaway acts as a side table. Inserting a table and chair, the space becomes an office, with the inlet behind a new filing cabinet. A wide passageway gives the feeling of space, with appliances neatly tucked away in cupboards.

A preparation bench doubles as a breakfast table, with spare seating available just outside its walls. A cork-walled shower, white tiling and high wooden frames give the illusion of space through using height and muted materials. Chrome fixtures finish off the space.

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Its front wall is decided as a wooden decoration with geometrical pattern and lights modern expression. This unique solution and the artistic vision behind the extra structure becomes a memorable decorative element of the design composition instead of heavy addition.

This tiny home is only 13 square meters but thanks to the designers form Studiomama it offers a full-scale home experience. Its cozy and stylish decor includes some very clever architectural solutions to extend the sensation of space- the light colors scheme, the movable furniture unites and multitasking of purpose are just some of them.

And even its lower drawers are movable and become a comfortable feet- stool. This mini sofa solution -with its colorful upholstery on walls, pillows, and back is much intoned with the rest of the serine design for the tiny home.

As it happens some of the most ingenious solutions are evoked form personal experience or need. Now it offers a tidy and stylish solution that hosts a platform with a queen-size bed, an internal space for storage or a workspace underneath and can save a lot of space and offer contemporary design solution for many space-challenged studio apartments. Like an origami, this small loft space unfolds its specific shapes and lines in one luminous and stylistically pure interior ambiance.

The intriguingly ingenious second level solution offers its elegant and unusual construct to the light that filters through the premises, the glass partition of the bed platform secures the space and at the same time remains transparent for light circulation. Creating this modern studio apartment decor the designers from INDOT gave it a characteristic for the Asian style design minimalistic expression. Natural materials like wood and metal prevail the materials composition, and the main characters in the color palette are the warm wooden textures of the floor and the furnishing with dramatic accents of the black painted walls and frames.

The casually spread gray and white spots help keep the balance. Three glass sliding doors separate the sleeping corner from the rest of the premises and give visual dynamics and certain aerial elegance to the composition.

This cute Loft Space in Camden, London is created by Craft Design and aims to secure a bespoke and innovative environment, flexible to the requirements of modern life. Dynamic details jazz up the atmosphere, a structural cube that sustains the mezzanine bedroom visually separates the kitchen, dining zone from the cozy living room niche. Here the stair that leads to the mezzanine level is integrated into this single piece of furniture.

But the unifying visual accent comes from the A pitched decorative wall — composed of differently sized and shaped shelves; its presence is an artistic design accent and smart storage space arrangement. Creating a room within a room the designer Nils Holger Moormann searched to optimize the living arrangements in modern micro-apartments.

The large furniture unite contains a sleeping, eating and working areas developed in contemporary and dynamic manner. Dark colors, modern materials , space development that includes a double bed on the top, staircase with storage compartments functions, walk-in closet and many other flexible features that respond to modern lifestyle search of optimizing every inch of space available. This light and clear-lined design project belongs to the Taiwanese studio A Little Design and optimizes a meter-square micro apartment to serve every need of its occupants.

The mezzanine level of the apartment is used to its full scale: a staircase leads to a bed platform, bookshelves and storage compartments adorn the walls, and even a micro-working desk that can be used by a person sitting cross-legged on the floor completes the playful design arrangement.

It presented us with furniture unit that incorporates a bed and a closet on one side, and a home office and an entertainment suite on the other so it can turn the space into a bedroom or living room at the touch of a button. Using light wood, white surfaces and glass partitions the space composition is luminous and appears big. If one does not spend long hours cooking in the kitchen one does not need a big one.

So the usage of space can be more accurate for other purposes. This is the approach of the polish designer: minimum space for kitchen usage and functional distribution of elegant design touches. If space permits it the design of the living quarters can include more than the traditional for micro-apartment — two levels.

Like is the case with the ingenious design of this Madrid apartment the designers had created a dynamic and playful three-level space in the long and narrow dwelling. Here the owner moves between living and working spaces like a character in a computer game — using ladders and stairs that connect platforms in a non-lineal path.

Creative, sufficient and light the design allows the best distribution of the limited space. Elevating the bathroom on the second level of this small apartment in Sao Paulo, the Brazilian architect Alan Chu archived fey essential tasks: open free space in the living room and allowed a beautiful sculptural staircase from black metal to lead the way to the bedroom and bathroom spaces. Which are now in close proximity thanks to this new distribution of space.

And this spatial solution gives the micro-apartment a vision of trendy urban mezzanine. When it comes to small spaces design the combination of multiple different textures and materials is difficult — because the visual impact between them is strengthened by their proximity. So this project of Studio Bazi is an excellent example of how to do it: here the shining white surface of the ceiling is well balanced by the wooden texture of the floors, entwining this effect in the rest of the furnishing is a spot on clever approach.

Making the best of the high ceilings in this Brooklyn studio , the designers from New Affiliates entwined light plywood structures, chunky columns, metal-mesh panels to define different spaces and shining brass accents to give a light industrial touch to the place. This project of CIAO has a dynamic and functional approach towards a small studio apartment design this time is located in London. The premises are utilized according to the lifestyle of the owner including a practical and comfortable working corner that hides a sliding second bed that can be used for guests.

Plywood platform gives a sling elevation behind the half-height bookshelf and hosts the main bed. Usually the designers tend to give an unostentatious or even a camouflage facade for the furniture units and combo furniture so they can maximally blend with their surroundings, but the opposite approach is possible and desirable in some cases.

Using bold, accentuating color the furniture unite can become the focal point of the whole composition. If one uses a centrally located furniture pieces as a separation of functions knack: like is in the case of this studio Folk Design project ; it may be a good idea to leave air above the furniture units and in this way to permit the actual volume of the space to be felt.

The contemporary home of the two sisters presents a cozy, clean and intriguing atmosphere. The Asian simplicity of premises and the organic combination of wooden structures, fresh greenery, and white surfaces is shown in a multi-layered architectural construct that is fresh and comfortable.

Thanks to this approach the mini-apartment feels spacious and light. Renovating this square-foot Parisian pad the Swan Architectes searched for light and space, so reducing the separation wall to its bare structure is quite a smart move. The old beams become an artistic bookshelf, a transparent and symbolic essential qualities when you deal with restricted and dark space separation between the night and day zones, and on top of this a main focal accent of the interior composition.

This 29sqm flat in Poland is designed by the 3XA studio and features fresh, artistic atmosphere that entwines the luminous white bases including the original brick walls painted in white the gorgeous texture of the restored wooden floors with some modern additions from recycled wood and tile compositions. The simplistic color base: white, light wood and black accents, in trendy details like the metal bar chairs, the tile floor, or the suspended lamps give a spacious and elegant feel to the composition.

Cute, artistic and fresh this project of Skica Studio , located in Sofia, Bulgaria makes the most of its 55sq. Generous in size and texture the reclaimed wood table strong focal point makes the dining corner suitable for the lifestyle of the owners it can host many guest and friends.

Attractive and welcoming living premises that combine vintage charm whit contemporary artistic touch elements are hosting the unusual design solution to place the bed under the window and separate it with airy curtains. In this manner, the designers are not only utilizing a space that is rarely used but also introduce the charming possibility of wakening up in a luminous and sunny environment. French architect Paul Coudamy had fined an intelligent and stylish solution of how to utilize the restrained space of 23m2 of this Parisian apartment.

Creating custom made movable bookshelf unit that slides to uncover either the bed or the working corner the designer provided smart and trendy furniture solution for small premises. The red carmine gloss paint reinforces the graphical dimension of the space and is well balanced by the matt walls and soft textural elements. The design of this small apartment created by McCRUM offers smart solutions, but composing a bookshelf unit that separates the functional zoning of the place and introducing a rotating bit that enables the TV to be watched both from the sofa and the bed is a very functional approach.

In a studio apartment, while dividing your space, you can make the room divider function as a second thing too like this room divider also serves as a shelving unit and a wall for TV. This contemporary Polish mezzanine project carried out by MUS Architects has the light atmosphere and modern touch given by the combination of trendy furniture, quality materials and some fascinating metal structures and details.

The staircase is with simple almost delicate and airy presence and allows the premises restrained volume not to be crushed. The play with the light has an almost magical effect on the ambiance, so in the case, with this artistic Parisian creation , the illumination project that reflects upon the bright whiteness -the different color hues of the light play the role of space division.

The three zones of the apartment include bedroom, bath, and kitchen. The first two are distinguished by bright yellow light that adds a beam of fresh accent. The rest of the long narrow space is designed with light, almost airy furniture pieces that blend their whiteness with the rest of the minimalistic stylistics of the space.

In this project , the designers intriguingly combine the simplicity of the wooden textures, the rustic accent of the stone walls and playful graphic details of the floor tiles. Transforming a ground-floor space of a 17th century Parisian townhouse into a studio apartment, the designers from Anne Rolland Architecte had preserved the original limestone masonry but added trendy plywood material structures like the multi-purpose closet furniture and the Graphic-patterned tiles that give a playful nod to the old-style Parisian bars.

Often the small studio apartments are located on the last floor or the attic and the problem with sloping ceiling or A -frame can occur. In this project of Batiik Studio the dirty, forgotten space was turned into cozy, elegant and inviting attic studio apartment. Intelligent design solutions deal with the restrained space beneath the windows — using wooden lattice panels, corresponding in style with the rest of the design, the architects created storage departments: bookshelf unit and nightstand functions from the otherwise unusable space.

Small working corner under the sloped roof, a bed that can turn into a sofa or a kitchen bar are the other clever insertions in this cute Parisian apartment. Designing this compact studio apartment in St. Petersburg the designer aimed for an effect that preserves the freedom of an open layout with the added privacy of a divided home where needed.

Such clever insertions like the central volume, clad with wood veneer that hosts the bedroom space. The minimalistic and smooth niche of the kitchen are created to blend with the interior design and at the same time to give it focal points.

The whiteness of the interior palette is also a good approach towards the windowless space the luminosity of the all-white interior has only a few colorful accents: the wooden box, the cerulean blue rug, and a few terracotta details. Apart from the built-in lightning scheme that saves the niches constructs from obscure ambiance, the prevailing whiteness is the main design knack that brings light to the decor composition.

Look at this space division approach — the long curtains drapery that reaches the floor and the dark color inside of them — give a strain decadent feel to the whole ambiance.

The architect Rick Joy had composed quite an elegant decor for this minimalist yet warm studio apartment. The rich textural details — the main focal point of which are the canopy style curtains around the bed are combined with contemporary and smooth materials like the Venetian plaster of ceiling and walls and spiced up with fashionable design pieces of furniture and lamps.

In this Budapest apartment project, we observe the classical approach of an elevated platform for the bed that has a new bright and elegant read. Using plywood and its clean and fresh emanation, the designers from Position Collective composed an ambiance of style and light, playful mood. The wall that stretches from the bedroom platform to the kitchen area and offers the possibility of arranging you shelf system like a puzzle — according to your needs is an ingenious approach for confined spaces.

This custom made structure gives a useful shelf space and at the same time leaves the premises free and unburden like it will be the case if classical cabinetry system is used. Creating a special unit for sleeping and using its volume for storage compartments One of the first things that come to mind when confronted with limited living space is where to put all my stuff?

Color distinction- paint the second level in a different tonality Painting this mezzanine premise with stylish and characteristic wall accents that visually separates the premises creates the feeling that the bed area is a whole separate world. Elevate the bed and give yourself more space underneath This light bought as colors and space illumination characteristics project of ICOSA in collaboration with Peter Suen , is located in the heart of San Francisco and offers a youthful, dynamic and contemporary solution for the space problems.

Use Folding Glass Walls to achieve dynamic and flexible space separation This dramatic space composition in the restoration project of an old small apartment by Tatyana Bobyleva is achieved through the dynamic contrasts in the materials palette, the textural and color combinations.

Sliding staircase — movable elements which if necessary can be hidden or blend Averagely the sleeping area is used only ones a day, so it is quite a clever solution the staircase that leads towards the bed niche to be movable and if necessary to free the space for the daily activates.

Put your bedroom into a movable cube — fun on wells Resolving the problems with privacy, space, and static border — this colorful bed box project is offering a moveable, cozy and fun solution for small apartments with contemporary design.

Saving Space with a Suspended Bedroom This dynamic composition for modern small home is located in London and offers charming focal accent of a suspended bed above active working area with trendy furniture pieces. Make use of the space behind the sofa The fresh and artistic design of this tiny apartment will guarantee comfortable living space for more than one person — with its light emanation and multiple sitting zones, and chill-out niches, unique space design offers many opportunities for relaxation and privet quiet space.

Movable wall in combination with folding wall bed This high-tech, dynamic solution is up to free a lot of space for modern urban dwellings. Partially hiding the bed in the closed Undertaking the challenge of renovating this tiny Milanese apartment and giving it a youthful and functional atmosphere that it will turn its 28 sq. Minimalism takes hold — live part of the premises empty The designers of this contemporary project — a stylish home located in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, Australia had searched its inspiration in modern minimalism but also in the funny word of Mighty Mouse.

Using different drawers, shelves and hanging racks can allow you to create the perfect "walk-in closet. A custom built-in provides ample storage in the open dining room and sets the stage for entertaining. We love how the piece integrates storage for both wine bottles and glasses in a simplistic fashion.

Another great idea for an open wall in your studio is creating a unique shelving unit. LabLStudio created some additional storage space in the kitchen with this simple, custom wood shelving unit. Wine bottles are stacked but still accessible, and wineglasses are neatly arranged. The main room in the apartment is multi-use; it's a living room, a kitchen and a dining room. In order to preserve valuable floorspace, the designers opted for a wall-mounted bike rack. In another genius project by LabLStudio , they show us how you can actually treat your bike as a piece of art.

Hang a bike rack on your wall, and proudly display your bike under a colorful painting. The bike is still easily accessible, but it's also completely out of the way. Large-scale artwork fills this small apartment living room with color.

A pink Nina Ricci dress and sequin shoes were used as accessories to personalize and add a feminine touch to the transitional space. Photo by: John Dolan Photography. Right Meets Left Design gives us a gorgeous example of how to use big, bold art in a small space. You could also try a big art piece like this above your bed in lieu of a headboard.

A readymade bed was painted and built-in to look like custom cabinetry. Airy, floral curtains separate the bed from the rest of the apartment. Another easy, no-fuss way to define your space is with curtains. Jarret Yoshida Design used gauzy curtains to create a private sleeping area in this studio. This cozy small space features large windows and banquette seating. Green striped walls house framed botanical prints, giving the space a natural feel.

Banquettes are a great option if you need to create an additional seating area or if you only have a tiny amount of space to create your dining room area. With each shelf holding up to 20 pounds, they're a great way to add display storage and keep clutter from taking over your home. Wall shelves are another great way to define areas and create extra storage space. This eclectic white entryway houses a functional mudroom featuring a contemporary storage bench.

Wooden shelving is situated above the bench, creating additional storage options. Colorful geometric patterns are used to keep the space feeling lively and trendy. In a studio apartment, it makes sense to choose as many double-duty furniture pieces as you can. Take a look back at our past posts, from entertaining and design trends to up-and-coming HGTV shows.

Privacy Policy. Home Design Design Blog Design. Living in a Tiny Studio? Use every square inch to its full potential. Pinterest Facebook Twitter Email. By: Erica Reitman. Use a Bookshelf as a Room Divider. Modern Dorm Room With Multifunctional Furniture and Futon When buying furniture for a dorm room or other small living space, choose pieces that are multifunctional.

Turn Your Bed Into a Daybed. Floral Pillows Complement Geometric Wallpaper in Feminine Studio Apartment Natural light filters into this small, feminine space, making it feel brighter and larger. Designate an Accent Wall. From: LABLstudio. Try a Loft. Create Your Own Closet Space. Studio Apartment Closet This closet is actually located in the open corner of a studio apartment, where fashion expert Lindsay Albanese shoots her YouTube videos.

Get Creative With Shelving. Contemporary Built-In Wine Rack A custom built-in provides ample storage in the open dining room and sets the stage for entertaining. Wall-Mounted Bike Rack The main room in the apartment is multi-use; it's a living room, a kitchen and a dining room. Feminine Apartment Living Room Large-scale artwork fills this small apartment living room with color. From: Right Meets Left Design. John Dolan Photography.

Use Curtains to Define Your Space. Cozy Studio Bed with Luxurious Fabrics A readymade bed was painted and built-in to look like custom cabinetry. From: Jarret Yoshida.

Make Use of Every Corner. From: Kristi Nelson. Wall Shelves Are Your Friend. Focus on Double-Duty Furniture. Eclectic Mudroom With Bench Storage This eclectic white entryway houses a functional mudroom featuring a contemporary storage bench.

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110 m2 | 7 bedrooms | 5 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
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Painting this mezzanine premise with stylish and characteristic wall accents that visually separates the premises creates the feeling that the bed area is a whole separate world. The design composition of this tiny apartment in Poland is laid on a duality of space concept: the deep rich green walls that accentuate the ceiling half of the space and separate the bedroom with its lush plant selection from the rest of the interior design with its vintage hints — it is a unique and artistic approach.

This composition of dualism has an almost mystical visual impact with its rich accents and details. This light bought as colors and space illumination characteristics project of ICOSA in collaboration with Peter Suen , is located in the heart of San Francisco and offers a youthful, dynamic and contemporary solution for the space problems.

The custom build unit includes the elevated bed platform with simple lines and luminous characteristic, the very cozy working area underneath, completed with a massive whiteboard, roomy desk, and stand-up computer station and of course, the cleverly hidden compartments of the storage units and extra guest bed.

This dramatic space composition in the restoration project of an old small apartment by Tatyana Bobyleva is achieved through the dynamic contrasts in the materials palette, the textural and color combinations. The alternation of smooth green surfaces, cement floors, black metal details and trendy furniture with the warmer presence of the exposed red bricks and soft textiles is an intriguing and rich solution for a confined space.

Averagely the sleeping area is used only ones a day, so it is quite a clever solution the staircase that leads towards the bed niche to be movable and if necessary to free the space for the daily activates. This fantastic project of a cozy and functional small space design belongs to Concrete Architectural Associates for the Zoku Amsterdam — a new type of short stay hotel that promotes spacious micro living units for global nomads.

One of its lofts is a square-foot room with a flexible design made inviting and warm through the usage of wood. The classic combination of smooth white surfaces and base, with black framing and wooden accents, is always fresh. A playful design touch is the Olympic rings installation for working out. Resolving the problems with privacy, space, and static border — this colorful bed box project is offering a moveable, cozy and fun solution for small apartments with contemporary design.

The fact that the bed cube is on wells means that it can be moved around according to your mood or social situation. This dynamic composition for modern small home is located in London and offers charming focal accent of a suspended bed above active working area with trendy furniture pieces.

A memorable solution for restrained space options. Further on a large dining room table — to gather all your friends — and the decorative accent of the urban-art staircase leading through the bedroom platform to a romantic skylight opening towards the roof give the mini apartment unique atmosphere. The designer of this square-foot studio used reflective surfaces, bold dark colors and shining metal accents to create visually dramatic impact and sophisticated atmosphere.

Expanding the living space vertically rather than horizontally, introducing the white frames of floor and walls, the design anchors the terrace-evolvement of the dark details. The fresh and artistic design of this tiny apartment will guarantee comfortable living space for more than one person — with its light emanation and multiple sitting zones, and chill-out niches, unique space design offers many opportunities for relaxation and privet quiet space.

The light wood sculptural construct offer light, dynamic and youthful hart for a small urban apartment. The unusual usage of space aiming to increase the storage opportunities exploring the height diapason behind the sofa- is also applicable in other compositions, with deck or bed for example.

This high-tech, dynamic solution is up to free a lot of space for modern urban dwellings. The motorized movable wall that worth noticing hosts degrees rotating TV unite that can be used from bed or sofa hosts hidden closet, dresser drawers, and clothing storage and when fully extended makes space for a queen-sized fold-down bed: smart, tidy and technologically advanced; this is an exciting solution.

Undertaking the challenge of renovating this tiny Milanese apartment and giving it a youthful and functional atmosphere that it will turn its 28 sq. The structures that host the closed and wardrobes not only give fresh and smooth design expression with their light and trendy plywood surfaces but also offer clever and functional solutions to the space issue.

Partially rolling the double sized bed in an opening in the lover part of the wardrobe opens a space for the daily activates and also secures a comfortable sofa for them.

The designers of this contemporary project — a stylish home located in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, Australia had searched its inspiration in modern minimalism but also in the funny word of Mighty Mouse. Using its signature colors in red, yellow and black the apartment aspires — much like the small mouse to punch well above its size. Locating the entry foyer, storage, equipment, washing and sleeping zones behind full height, wall-to-wall sliding doors the designer freed the rest of the premises giving them empty, minimalistic and spacious emanation with slightly industrial presence — thanks to the smooth concrete floors.

The dynamic design of this Parisian mini-apartment hides different functional levels and multiple materials and colors combinations. The architects Marc Baillargeon and Julie Nabucet collaborated to turn this apartment piece into independent living space.

Here, again, the double size bed turns into a functional sofa when partially hidden beneath the elevated kitchen floor. In the case of this design the bed can be entirely hidden under the platform and to free the floor for other activities. Elevating the platform of the kitchen zone and adding multiple intriguing shaped shelves, gives a unique atmosphere to the design, but also becomes a smart space-saving approach. This contemporary design creation of French architects Emmanuel Combarel and Dominique Marrec offers an entirely new aesthetic experience of a bedroom space introducing unusual solutions for small spaces.

Redefining the bedroom objectification as the archetype of privacy and intimacy this ingenious architectural construct becomes an object of curiosity by transforming its symbolic status — situated it in the center as a suspended sculptural element and art piece.

This simple yet charming design for a micro-apartment consist of a series of clear-lined, low-tech joinery pieces that form zones within the main space. The Sydney based architect Nicholas Gurney had its finger on the problem: through the vast majority of the day one does not use the space in front of the entrance door — so why not turned into something else.

To give this empty space another temporary function using prefiguration of furniture joinery. Stylish, bright and just a little bit fun. This fantastic and almost surreal project of Gary Chang located in Hong Kong is presenting us with the unbelievable transformation of a square-foot space into over 24 different rooms project using movable walls, stairs, and furniture. The mirrored surfaces of the floor and ceiling segments give visual depth of the premises and create the illusion of much bigger space.

The usage of yellow mirrors and illuminators defects the light spectrum in a whole another dimension and creates the sensation of the surrealistic and enchanting world. Graham Hill and his company, LifeEdited are specialized into creating smart and elegant solutions for ultra-livable micro-apartments.

Here we have a fluid environment with versatile pieces like a modular sofa and expanding a coffee table that not only have multiple functions and position but are also stylish. The extra Murphy bed is hidden into the storage wall and offers options for guest bed.

Kitoko Studio had composed and ornamented this Parisian chic apartment with Asian aesthetic hints and ingenious movable units. The latest work of Me2architects studio is this charming small apartment in a former industrial district that preserves its heritage under the original and stylish read of contemporary design. Entwining dark colors, brick walls, and metal constructs the designers created a conceptual loft for an active lifestyle.

The green plant pots that hang from the ceiling are framed by a black metal frame — dynamic and stylish solution. In this home , the bedroom is hidden behind solid sliding doors disguised as wooden panels. Fluid continuity defines the decor composition: the wooden cladding, the sliding panels, and the bespoke furniture pieces are merged in one light and elegant idea — that seems clean and easy to maintain. Contrasting the deep blues of the walls with the light presence of the wooden cladding and decorative patterns the designers from NCDA created a high visual impact with the mezzanine floor of this small tree house located in Hong Kong.

The pine-clad sleeping space offers a cozy bedroom level suspended above the central area. Its front wall is decided as a wooden decoration with geometrical pattern and lights modern expression. This unique solution and the artistic vision behind the extra structure becomes a memorable decorative element of the design composition instead of heavy addition.

This tiny home is only 13 square meters but thanks to the designers form Studiomama it offers a full-scale home experience. Its cozy and stylish decor includes some very clever architectural solutions to extend the sensation of space- the light colors scheme, the movable furniture unites and multitasking of purpose are just some of them. And even its lower drawers are movable and become a comfortable feet- stool. This mini sofa solution -with its colorful upholstery on walls, pillows, and back is much intoned with the rest of the serine design for the tiny home.

As it happens some of the most ingenious solutions are evoked form personal experience or need. Now it offers a tidy and stylish solution that hosts a platform with a queen-size bed, an internal space for storage or a workspace underneath and can save a lot of space and offer contemporary design solution for many space-challenged studio apartments.

Like an origami, this small loft space unfolds its specific shapes and lines in one luminous and stylistically pure interior ambiance. Large glass jars in the cabinets provide a safe place to store dry goods while minimizing clutter. They also add a nice variety of attractive colors within an otherwise neutral decor theme.

The geometric floor tiles are a cool touch too! Its interior decor is more or less uniform throughout the apartment — without dividers or interior walls to break up the spaces, pulling off a cohesive theme turned out to be a practical and beautiful choice.

The Acapulco-style woven chairs and transparent acrylic table are light-looking and perfectly suited to a small space like this one. A large wood-clad dividing unit occupies the center of the home, providing extra storage and decorative shelving, along with a bench row that could serve as seating or a sideboard table depending on needs.

Such a smart use of space! The bent plywood dining chairs offer a combination of modern and traditional elements. Taking a completely different approach from the previous studio apartment, this space boasts highly modernistic materials and striking geometric themes. Strong contrasts play an important role in the design — reflective surfaces complement soft textural materials, stripes and polygons compete for dominance, and metallics pop out from a backdrop of neutral colors.

Note how the bed platform and headboard are combined into the same piece of furniture, with a little extra storage tucked into the side. The brass-color effect adds a touch of luxury within an already sophisticated interior.

Did you like this article? Share it on any of the social media channels below to give us your vote. The built-in cabinet wall behind the sofa conceals a Murphy bed. The unit below the TV provides extra room to keep stuff out of sight. Dividing up space for different uses in a box-shaped studio with low ceilings only seems challenging.

The trick is using the right furniture. This easy to copy layout places a full-sized bed near a low profile sofa to create additional seating. A room divider at the head of the bed is the tallest object in the apartment. It carves out a dining nook decorated with industrial-inspired furniture. Sick of looking at the kitchen while in bed? You can make your bedroom feel more private with a partition.

There are a variety of things that will get the job done, from folding screens to built-in sliding doors. But we prefer the simplicity of this room divider curtain spotted in an apartment at White Stone Studios in Phoenix. If you're looking for a solution that won't block sunlight, this unit is the perfect small space partition. It also provides practical storage, which nearly every studio apartment needs. Since the walls are bare, the colorful floor covering makes a big stylish statement.

What's the piece de resistance? The Lucite storage chest. Make Binge Watching Better. Consider what would make you happier at home.

Continue to 2 of 12 below. Turn Your Studio into a Boutique Hotel. Continue to 3 of 12 below. Decorate Like a Mad Man. Continue to 4 of 12 below. Lofty Aspirations.

Continue to 5 of 12 below. Double Duty Sofa. Continue to 6 of 12 below.

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Here are 30 of the most ingenious small apartment designs ever presented on Freshome; enjoy and get inspired! Living in a tiny studio apartment? albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru shares 12 design tips to make the most of your small quarters. We created this complete list of 50 small studio apartment design ideas because we wanted to inspire and encourage the owners of such.

Does your studio have a hallway entryway? Keep your main living area clutter free by keeping storage and display furniture in the entryway. If you own your studio apartment, consider investing in clever built-ins and flexible furniture. Features like these will not only make your space feel huge but may also add value to your home when it's time to sell. Here are some design goals to inspire. The built-in cabinet wall behind the sofa conceals a Murphy bed.

The unit below the TV provides extra room to keep stuff out of sight. Dividing up space for different uses in a box-shaped studio with low ceilings only seems challenging. The trick is using the right furniture. This easy to copy layout places a full-sized bed near a low profile sofa to create additional seating.

A room divider at the head of the bed is the tallest object in the apartment. It carves out a dining nook decorated with industrial-inspired furniture. Sick of looking at the kitchen while in bed? You can make your bedroom feel more private with a partition. There are a variety of things that will get the job done, from folding screens to built-in sliding doors.

But we prefer the simplicity of this room divider curtain spotted in an apartment at White Stone Studios in Phoenix. If you're looking for a solution that won't block sunlight, this unit is the perfect small space partition. It also provides practical storage, which nearly every studio apartment needs.

Since the walls are bare, the colorful floor covering makes a big stylish statement. What's the piece de resistance? The Lucite storage chest. Make Binge Watching Better. Consider what would make you happier at home. Continue to 2 of 12 below. Turn Your Studio into a Boutique Hotel. Continue to 3 of 12 below. Decorate Like a Mad Man. Continue to 4 of 12 below. Lofty Aspirations. Continue to 5 of 12 below.

Double Duty Sofa. Continue to 6 of 12 below. Presto, Change-o Layout. Continue to 7 of 12 below. Work Every Nook. This little nest makes the most of every nook and cranny to create three separate living areas. In front of the kitchen's entrance, a patch of wall space becomes a cozy breakfast nook. Continue to 8 of 12 below. Rethink the Foot of the Bed. Continue to 9 of 12 below. Design Goals Worth the Investment. Triangle and diamond shapes cover the rug, while a wooden geometric chair, a series of rectangular windows and differing textures fill the corners.

A light teal tint and towelling offers a feminine touch to a space for pampering. Wooden shelving and small potted plants fill the room with nature. White-walled interiors showcase a kitchen and living space, with the kitchen bench an additional backing for the lounge. Corked kitchen tiling draws the eye. The pale-coloured couch fits in thematically, offering seating for the other side of the table. Clothed in the same colour bedding as the lounge, the stowaway acts as a side table.

Inserting a table and chair, the space becomes an office, with the inlet behind a new filing cabinet. A wide passageway gives the feeling of space, with appliances neatly tucked away in cupboards.

A preparation bench doubles as a breakfast table, with spare seating available just outside its walls. A cork-walled shower, white tiling and high wooden frames give the illusion of space through using height and muted materials.

Chrome fixtures finish off the space. Did you like this article? From Home Designing. Other related interior design ideas you might enjoy. Let us know. Topics accessories apartment art asian bathroom beach house bedroom colorful contemporary courtyard dark decor eclectic floor plans furniture grey hi-tech home office hotel house tour industrial japan kids room kitchen lighting living room loft Luxury minimalist modern office russia rustic scandinavian small space studio taiwan tech-office thailand ukraine villa wall decor white wood interior workspace.

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studio apartment with traditional design. Ngoc Minh Ngo. 2 of Hang "Floating" Art. Interior designer Max Sinsteden's made his sleep zone. A house tour of four living spaces which make the most of small spaces, using ingenuity, clever design and minimalist materials. Here are 30 of the most ingenious small apartment designs ever presented on Freshome; enjoy and get inspired!

The designer of this square-foot studio used reflective surfaces, bold dark colors and shining metal accents to create visually dramatic impact and sophisticated atmosphere.

Expanding the living space vertically rather than horizontally, introducing the white frames of floor and walls, the design anchors the terrace-evolvement of the dark details. The fresh and artistic design of this tiny apartment will guarantee comfortable living space for more than one person — with its light emanation and multiple sitting zones, and chill-out niches, unique space design offers many opportunities for relaxation and privet quiet space.

The light wood sculptural construct offer light, dynamic and youthful hart for a small urban apartment. The unusual usage of space aiming to increase the storage opportunities exploring the height diapason behind the sofa- is also applicable in other compositions, with deck or bed for example. This high-tech, dynamic solution is up to free a lot of space for modern urban dwellings.

The motorized movable wall that worth noticing hosts degrees rotating TV unite that can be used from bed or sofa hosts hidden closet, dresser drawers, and clothing storage and when fully extended makes space for a queen-sized fold-down bed: smart, tidy and technologically advanced; this is an exciting solution.

Undertaking the challenge of renovating this tiny Milanese apartment and giving it a youthful and functional atmosphere that it will turn its 28 sq. The structures that host the closed and wardrobes not only give fresh and smooth design expression with their light and trendy plywood surfaces but also offer clever and functional solutions to the space issue.

Partially rolling the double sized bed in an opening in the lover part of the wardrobe opens a space for the daily activates and also secures a comfortable sofa for them. The designers of this contemporary project — a stylish home located in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, Australia had searched its inspiration in modern minimalism but also in the funny word of Mighty Mouse. Using its signature colors in red, yellow and black the apartment aspires — much like the small mouse to punch well above its size.

Locating the entry foyer, storage, equipment, washing and sleeping zones behind full height, wall-to-wall sliding doors the designer freed the rest of the premises giving them empty, minimalistic and spacious emanation with slightly industrial presence — thanks to the smooth concrete floors. The dynamic design of this Parisian mini-apartment hides different functional levels and multiple materials and colors combinations. The architects Marc Baillargeon and Julie Nabucet collaborated to turn this apartment piece into independent living space.

Here, again, the double size bed turns into a functional sofa when partially hidden beneath the elevated kitchen floor.

In the case of this design the bed can be entirely hidden under the platform and to free the floor for other activities. Elevating the platform of the kitchen zone and adding multiple intriguing shaped shelves, gives a unique atmosphere to the design, but also becomes a smart space-saving approach.

This contemporary design creation of French architects Emmanuel Combarel and Dominique Marrec offers an entirely new aesthetic experience of a bedroom space introducing unusual solutions for small spaces.

Redefining the bedroom objectification as the archetype of privacy and intimacy this ingenious architectural construct becomes an object of curiosity by transforming its symbolic status — situated it in the center as a suspended sculptural element and art piece. This simple yet charming design for a micro-apartment consist of a series of clear-lined, low-tech joinery pieces that form zones within the main space.

The Sydney based architect Nicholas Gurney had its finger on the problem: through the vast majority of the day one does not use the space in front of the entrance door — so why not turned into something else. To give this empty space another temporary function using prefiguration of furniture joinery. Stylish, bright and just a little bit fun.

This fantastic and almost surreal project of Gary Chang located in Hong Kong is presenting us with the unbelievable transformation of a square-foot space into over 24 different rooms project using movable walls, stairs, and furniture.

The mirrored surfaces of the floor and ceiling segments give visual depth of the premises and create the illusion of much bigger space.

The usage of yellow mirrors and illuminators defects the light spectrum in a whole another dimension and creates the sensation of the surrealistic and enchanting world. Graham Hill and his company, LifeEdited are specialized into creating smart and elegant solutions for ultra-livable micro-apartments. Here we have a fluid environment with versatile pieces like a modular sofa and expanding a coffee table that not only have multiple functions and position but are also stylish.

The extra Murphy bed is hidden into the storage wall and offers options for guest bed. Kitoko Studio had composed and ornamented this Parisian chic apartment with Asian aesthetic hints and ingenious movable units. The latest work of Me2architects studio is this charming small apartment in a former industrial district that preserves its heritage under the original and stylish read of contemporary design. Entwining dark colors, brick walls, and metal constructs the designers created a conceptual loft for an active lifestyle.

The green plant pots that hang from the ceiling are framed by a black metal frame — dynamic and stylish solution. In this home , the bedroom is hidden behind solid sliding doors disguised as wooden panels. Fluid continuity defines the decor composition: the wooden cladding, the sliding panels, and the bespoke furniture pieces are merged in one light and elegant idea — that seems clean and easy to maintain. Contrasting the deep blues of the walls with the light presence of the wooden cladding and decorative patterns the designers from NCDA created a high visual impact with the mezzanine floor of this small tree house located in Hong Kong.

The pine-clad sleeping space offers a cozy bedroom level suspended above the central area. Its front wall is decided as a wooden decoration with geometrical pattern and lights modern expression. This unique solution and the artistic vision behind the extra structure becomes a memorable decorative element of the design composition instead of heavy addition.

This tiny home is only 13 square meters but thanks to the designers form Studiomama it offers a full-scale home experience. Its cozy and stylish decor includes some very clever architectural solutions to extend the sensation of space- the light colors scheme, the movable furniture unites and multitasking of purpose are just some of them.

And even its lower drawers are movable and become a comfortable feet- stool. This mini sofa solution -with its colorful upholstery on walls, pillows, and back is much intoned with the rest of the serine design for the tiny home.

As it happens some of the most ingenious solutions are evoked form personal experience or need. Now it offers a tidy and stylish solution that hosts a platform with a queen-size bed, an internal space for storage or a workspace underneath and can save a lot of space and offer contemporary design solution for many space-challenged studio apartments. Like an origami, this small loft space unfolds its specific shapes and lines in one luminous and stylistically pure interior ambiance.

The intriguingly ingenious second level solution offers its elegant and unusual construct to the light that filters through the premises, the glass partition of the bed platform secures the space and at the same time remains transparent for light circulation.

Creating this modern studio apartment decor the designers from INDOT gave it a characteristic for the Asian style design minimalistic expression. Natural materials like wood and metal prevail the materials composition, and the main characters in the color palette are the warm wooden textures of the floor and the furnishing with dramatic accents of the black painted walls and frames.

The casually spread gray and white spots help keep the balance. Three glass sliding doors separate the sleeping corner from the rest of the premises and give visual dynamics and certain aerial elegance to the composition.

This cute Loft Space in Camden, London is created by Craft Design and aims to secure a bespoke and innovative environment, flexible to the requirements of modern life.

Dynamic details jazz up the atmosphere, a structural cube that sustains the mezzanine bedroom visually separates the kitchen, dining zone from the cozy living room niche.

Here the stair that leads to the mezzanine level is integrated into this single piece of furniture. But the unifying visual accent comes from the A pitched decorative wall — composed of differently sized and shaped shelves; its presence is an artistic design accent and smart storage space arrangement.

Creating a room within a room the designer Nils Holger Moormann searched to optimize the living arrangements in modern micro-apartments. The large furniture unite contains a sleeping, eating and working areas developed in contemporary and dynamic manner. Dark colors, modern materials , space development that includes a double bed on the top, staircase with storage compartments functions, walk-in closet and many other flexible features that respond to modern lifestyle search of optimizing every inch of space available.

This light and clear-lined design project belongs to the Taiwanese studio A Little Design and optimizes a meter-square micro apartment to serve every need of its occupants.

The mezzanine level of the apartment is used to its full scale: a staircase leads to a bed platform, bookshelves and storage compartments adorn the walls, and even a micro-working desk that can be used by a person sitting cross-legged on the floor completes the playful design arrangement.

It presented us with furniture unit that incorporates a bed and a closet on one side, and a home office and an entertainment suite on the other so it can turn the space into a bedroom or living room at the touch of a button.

Using light wood, white surfaces and glass partitions the space composition is luminous and appears big. If one does not spend long hours cooking in the kitchen one does not need a big one. So the usage of space can be more accurate for other purposes. This is the approach of the polish designer: minimum space for kitchen usage and functional distribution of elegant design touches.

If space permits it the design of the living quarters can include more than the traditional for micro-apartment — two levels. Like is the case with the ingenious design of this Madrid apartment the designers had created a dynamic and playful three-level space in the long and narrow dwelling.

Here the owner moves between living and working spaces like a character in a computer game — using ladders and stairs that connect platforms in a non-lineal path. Creative, sufficient and light the design allows the best distribution of the limited space. Elevating the bathroom on the second level of this small apartment in Sao Paulo, the Brazilian architect Alan Chu archived fey essential tasks: open free space in the living room and allowed a beautiful sculptural staircase from black metal to lead the way to the bedroom and bathroom spaces.

Which are now in close proximity thanks to this new distribution of space. And this spatial solution gives the micro-apartment a vision of trendy urban mezzanine. When it comes to small spaces design the combination of multiple different textures and materials is difficult — because the visual impact between them is strengthened by their proximity. So this project of Studio Bazi is an excellent example of how to do it: here the shining white surface of the ceiling is well balanced by the wooden texture of the floors, entwining this effect in the rest of the furnishing is a spot on clever approach.

Making the best of the high ceilings in this Brooklyn studio , the designers from New Affiliates entwined light plywood structures, chunky columns, metal-mesh panels to define different spaces and shining brass accents to give a light industrial touch to the place.

This project of CIAO has a dynamic and functional approach towards a small studio apartment design this time is located in London. The premises are utilized according to the lifestyle of the owner including a practical and comfortable working corner that hides a sliding second bed that can be used for guests. Plywood platform gives a sling elevation behind the half-height bookshelf and hosts the main bed. Usually the designers tend to give an unostentatious or even a camouflage facade for the furniture units and combo furniture so they can maximally blend with their surroundings, but the opposite approach is possible and desirable in some cases.

Using bold, accentuating color the furniture unite can become the focal point of the whole composition. If one uses a centrally located furniture pieces as a separation of functions knack: like is in the case of this studio Folk Design project ; it may be a good idea to leave air above the furniture units and in this way to permit the actual volume of the space to be felt. The contemporary home of the two sisters presents a cozy, clean and intriguing atmosphere.

The Asian simplicity of premises and the organic combination of wooden structures, fresh greenery, and white surfaces is shown in a multi-layered architectural construct that is fresh and comfortable.

Thanks to this approach the mini-apartment feels spacious and light. Renovating this square-foot Parisian pad the Swan Architectes searched for light and space, so reducing the separation wall to its bare structure is quite a smart move. The old beams become an artistic bookshelf, a transparent and symbolic essential qualities when you deal with restricted and dark space separation between the night and day zones, and on top of this a main focal accent of the interior composition.

This 29sqm flat in Poland is designed by the 3XA studio and features fresh, artistic atmosphere that entwines the luminous white bases including the original brick walls painted in white the gorgeous texture of the restored wooden floors with some modern additions from recycled wood and tile compositions.

The simplistic color base: white, light wood and black accents, in trendy details like the metal bar chairs, the tile floor, or the suspended lamps give a spacious and elegant feel to the composition.

Cute, artistic and fresh this project of Skica Studio , located in Sofia, Bulgaria makes the most of its 55sq. Generous in size and texture the reclaimed wood table strong focal point makes the dining corner suitable for the lifestyle of the owners it can host many guest and friends. Attractive and welcoming living premises that combine vintage charm whit contemporary artistic touch elements are hosting the unusual design solution to place the bed under the window and separate it with airy curtains.

In this manner, the designers are not only utilizing a space that is rarely used but also introduce the charming possibility of wakening up in a luminous and sunny environment. French architect Paul Coudamy had fined an intelligent and stylish solution of how to utilize the restrained space of 23m2 of this Parisian apartment.

Creating custom made movable bookshelf unit that slides to uncover either the bed or the working corner the designer provided smart and trendy furniture solution for small premises. The red carmine gloss paint reinforces the graphical dimension of the space and is well balanced by the matt walls and soft textural elements.

Bookshelves offer plenty of material for reading in the morning or before bed, and light wood cabinetry allows convenient storage for clothing. Large glass jars in the cabinets provide a safe place to store dry goods while minimizing clutter. They also add a nice variety of attractive colors within an otherwise neutral decor theme. The geometric floor tiles are a cool touch too! Its interior decor is more or less uniform throughout the apartment — without dividers or interior walls to break up the spaces, pulling off a cohesive theme turned out to be a practical and beautiful choice.

The Acapulco-style woven chairs and transparent acrylic table are light-looking and perfectly suited to a small space like this one. A large wood-clad dividing unit occupies the center of the home, providing extra storage and decorative shelving, along with a bench row that could serve as seating or a sideboard table depending on needs.

Such a smart use of space! The bent plywood dining chairs offer a combination of modern and traditional elements. Taking a completely different approach from the previous studio apartment, this space boasts highly modernistic materials and striking geometric themes.

Strong contrasts play an important role in the design — reflective surfaces complement soft textural materials, stripes and polygons compete for dominance, and metallics pop out from a backdrop of neutral colors.

Note how the bed platform and headboard are combined into the same piece of furniture, with a little extra storage tucked into the side. The brass-color effect adds a touch of luxury within an already sophisticated interior. Did you like this article? Share it on any of the social media channels below to give us your vote. Your feedback helps us improve. Other related interior design ideas you might like Topics accessories apartment art asian bathroom beach house bedroom colorful contemporary courtyard dark decor eclectic floor plans furniture grey hi-tech home office hotel house tour industrial japan kids room kitchen lighting living room loft Luxury minimalist modern office russia rustic scandinavian small space studio taiwan tech-office thailand ukraine villa wall decor white wood interior workspace.

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A house tour of four living spaces which make the most of small spaces, using ingenuity, clever design and minimalist materials. studio apartment with traditional design. Ngoc Minh Ngo. 2 of Hang "Floating" Art. Interior designer Max Sinsteden's made his sleep zone. We created this complete list of 50 small studio apartment design ideas because we wanted to inspire and encourage the owners of such.

Placing furniture near the foot of your bed is another great way to create a little separation between the living and sleeping areas. Does your studio have a hallway entryway? Keep your main living area clutter free by keeping storage and display furniture in the entryway. If you own your studio apartment, consider investing in clever built-ins and flexible furniture.

Features like these will not only make your space feel huge but may also add value to your home when it's time to sell. Here are some design goals to inspire. The built-in cabinet wall behind the sofa conceals a Murphy bed. The unit below the TV provides extra room to keep stuff out of sight. Dividing up space for different uses in a box-shaped studio with low ceilings only seems challenging. The trick is using the right furniture.

This easy to copy layout places a full-sized bed near a low profile sofa to create additional seating. A room divider at the head of the bed is the tallest object in the apartment. It carves out a dining nook decorated with industrial-inspired furniture. Sick of looking at the kitchen while in bed? You can make your bedroom feel more private with a partition.

There are a variety of things that will get the job done, from folding screens to built-in sliding doors. But we prefer the simplicity of this room divider curtain spotted in an apartment at White Stone Studios in Phoenix.

If you're looking for a solution that won't block sunlight, this unit is the perfect small space partition. It also provides practical storage, which nearly every studio apartment needs. Since the walls are bare, the colorful floor covering makes a big stylish statement. What's the piece de resistance? The Lucite storage chest. Make Binge Watching Better. Consider what would make you happier at home. Continue to 2 of 12 below. Turn Your Studio into a Boutique Hotel.

Continue to 3 of 12 below. This unique solution and the artistic vision behind the extra structure becomes a memorable decorative element of the design composition instead of heavy addition. This tiny home is only 13 square meters but thanks to the designers form Studiomama it offers a full-scale home experience. Its cozy and stylish decor includes some very clever architectural solutions to extend the sensation of space- the light colors scheme, the movable furniture unites and multitasking of purpose are just some of them.

And even its lower drawers are movable and become a comfortable feet- stool. This mini sofa solution -with its colorful upholstery on walls, pillows, and back is much intoned with the rest of the serine design for the tiny home. As it happens some of the most ingenious solutions are evoked form personal experience or need.

Now it offers a tidy and stylish solution that hosts a platform with a queen-size bed, an internal space for storage or a workspace underneath and can save a lot of space and offer contemporary design solution for many space-challenged studio apartments.

Like an origami, this small loft space unfolds its specific shapes and lines in one luminous and stylistically pure interior ambiance. The intriguingly ingenious second level solution offers its elegant and unusual construct to the light that filters through the premises, the glass partition of the bed platform secures the space and at the same time remains transparent for light circulation.

Creating this modern studio apartment decor the designers from INDOT gave it a characteristic for the Asian style design minimalistic expression. Natural materials like wood and metal prevail the materials composition, and the main characters in the color palette are the warm wooden textures of the floor and the furnishing with dramatic accents of the black painted walls and frames.

The casually spread gray and white spots help keep the balance. Three glass sliding doors separate the sleeping corner from the rest of the premises and give visual dynamics and certain aerial elegance to the composition. This cute Loft Space in Camden, London is created by Craft Design and aims to secure a bespoke and innovative environment, flexible to the requirements of modern life.

Dynamic details jazz up the atmosphere, a structural cube that sustains the mezzanine bedroom visually separates the kitchen, dining zone from the cozy living room niche.

Here the stair that leads to the mezzanine level is integrated into this single piece of furniture. But the unifying visual accent comes from the A pitched decorative wall — composed of differently sized and shaped shelves; its presence is an artistic design accent and smart storage space arrangement.

Creating a room within a room the designer Nils Holger Moormann searched to optimize the living arrangements in modern micro-apartments. The large furniture unite contains a sleeping, eating and working areas developed in contemporary and dynamic manner. Dark colors, modern materials , space development that includes a double bed on the top, staircase with storage compartments functions, walk-in closet and many other flexible features that respond to modern lifestyle search of optimizing every inch of space available.

This light and clear-lined design project belongs to the Taiwanese studio A Little Design and optimizes a meter-square micro apartment to serve every need of its occupants. The mezzanine level of the apartment is used to its full scale: a staircase leads to a bed platform, bookshelves and storage compartments adorn the walls, and even a micro-working desk that can be used by a person sitting cross-legged on the floor completes the playful design arrangement. It presented us with furniture unit that incorporates a bed and a closet on one side, and a home office and an entertainment suite on the other so it can turn the space into a bedroom or living room at the touch of a button.

Using light wood, white surfaces and glass partitions the space composition is luminous and appears big. If one does not spend long hours cooking in the kitchen one does not need a big one.

So the usage of space can be more accurate for other purposes. This is the approach of the polish designer: minimum space for kitchen usage and functional distribution of elegant design touches. If space permits it the design of the living quarters can include more than the traditional for micro-apartment — two levels. Like is the case with the ingenious design of this Madrid apartment the designers had created a dynamic and playful three-level space in the long and narrow dwelling.

Here the owner moves between living and working spaces like a character in a computer game — using ladders and stairs that connect platforms in a non-lineal path.

Creative, sufficient and light the design allows the best distribution of the limited space. Elevating the bathroom on the second level of this small apartment in Sao Paulo, the Brazilian architect Alan Chu archived fey essential tasks: open free space in the living room and allowed a beautiful sculptural staircase from black metal to lead the way to the bedroom and bathroom spaces.

Which are now in close proximity thanks to this new distribution of space. And this spatial solution gives the micro-apartment a vision of trendy urban mezzanine. When it comes to small spaces design the combination of multiple different textures and materials is difficult — because the visual impact between them is strengthened by their proximity. So this project of Studio Bazi is an excellent example of how to do it: here the shining white surface of the ceiling is well balanced by the wooden texture of the floors, entwining this effect in the rest of the furnishing is a spot on clever approach.

Making the best of the high ceilings in this Brooklyn studio , the designers from New Affiliates entwined light plywood structures, chunky columns, metal-mesh panels to define different spaces and shining brass accents to give a light industrial touch to the place. This project of CIAO has a dynamic and functional approach towards a small studio apartment design this time is located in London. The premises are utilized according to the lifestyle of the owner including a practical and comfortable working corner that hides a sliding second bed that can be used for guests.

Plywood platform gives a sling elevation behind the half-height bookshelf and hosts the main bed. Usually the designers tend to give an unostentatious or even a camouflage facade for the furniture units and combo furniture so they can maximally blend with their surroundings, but the opposite approach is possible and desirable in some cases.

Using bold, accentuating color the furniture unite can become the focal point of the whole composition. If one uses a centrally located furniture pieces as a separation of functions knack: like is in the case of this studio Folk Design project ; it may be a good idea to leave air above the furniture units and in this way to permit the actual volume of the space to be felt.

The contemporary home of the two sisters presents a cozy, clean and intriguing atmosphere. The Asian simplicity of premises and the organic combination of wooden structures, fresh greenery, and white surfaces is shown in a multi-layered architectural construct that is fresh and comfortable.

Thanks to this approach the mini-apartment feels spacious and light. Renovating this square-foot Parisian pad the Swan Architectes searched for light and space, so reducing the separation wall to its bare structure is quite a smart move. The old beams become an artistic bookshelf, a transparent and symbolic essential qualities when you deal with restricted and dark space separation between the night and day zones, and on top of this a main focal accent of the interior composition.

This 29sqm flat in Poland is designed by the 3XA studio and features fresh, artistic atmosphere that entwines the luminous white bases including the original brick walls painted in white the gorgeous texture of the restored wooden floors with some modern additions from recycled wood and tile compositions. The simplistic color base: white, light wood and black accents, in trendy details like the metal bar chairs, the tile floor, or the suspended lamps give a spacious and elegant feel to the composition.

Cute, artistic and fresh this project of Skica Studio , located in Sofia, Bulgaria makes the most of its 55sq. Generous in size and texture the reclaimed wood table strong focal point makes the dining corner suitable for the lifestyle of the owners it can host many guest and friends.

Attractive and welcoming living premises that combine vintage charm whit contemporary artistic touch elements are hosting the unusual design solution to place the bed under the window and separate it with airy curtains. In this manner, the designers are not only utilizing a space that is rarely used but also introduce the charming possibility of wakening up in a luminous and sunny environment. French architect Paul Coudamy had fined an intelligent and stylish solution of how to utilize the restrained space of 23m2 of this Parisian apartment.

Creating custom made movable bookshelf unit that slides to uncover either the bed or the working corner the designer provided smart and trendy furniture solution for small premises. The red carmine gloss paint reinforces the graphical dimension of the space and is well balanced by the matt walls and soft textural elements.

The design of this small apartment created by McCRUM offers smart solutions, but composing a bookshelf unit that separates the functional zoning of the place and introducing a rotating bit that enables the TV to be watched both from the sofa and the bed is a very functional approach. In a studio apartment, while dividing your space, you can make the room divider function as a second thing too like this room divider also serves as a shelving unit and a wall for TV.

This contemporary Polish mezzanine project carried out by MUS Architects has the light atmosphere and modern touch given by the combination of trendy furniture, quality materials and some fascinating metal structures and details. The staircase is with simple almost delicate and airy presence and allows the premises restrained volume not to be crushed. The play with the light has an almost magical effect on the ambiance, so in the case, with this artistic Parisian creation , the illumination project that reflects upon the bright whiteness -the different color hues of the light play the role of space division.

The three zones of the apartment include bedroom, bath, and kitchen. The first two are distinguished by bright yellow light that adds a beam of fresh accent. A wooden pendant light by Seppo Koho helps center the space.

Matte black paneling on the left allows the neutral cabinetry to stand out. We will email you the download link for the book OR Click this button and visit here for the download link.

A sliding glass door allows for ample sunlight and the storage wall delivers just enough privacy. Indirect lighting makes it possible to find any item even in a space as dark as this one.

Wood, exposed brick, concrete, and textiles come together to create a modern apartment with huge personality and an eclectic vibe. Such excellent execution! Bookshelves offer plenty of material for reading in the morning or before bed, and light wood cabinetry allows convenient storage for clothing. Large glass jars in the cabinets provide a safe place to store dry goods while minimizing clutter.

They also add a nice variety of attractive colors within an otherwise neutral decor theme. The geometric floor tiles are a cool touch too! Its interior decor is more or less uniform throughout the apartment — without dividers or interior walls to break up the spaces, pulling off a cohesive theme turned out to be a practical and beautiful choice. The Acapulco-style woven chairs and transparent acrylic table are light-looking and perfectly suited to a small space like this one.

A large wood-clad dividing unit occupies the center of the home, providing extra storage and decorative shelving, along with a bench row that could serve as seating or a sideboard table depending on needs.

664,000
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105 m2 | 8 bedrooms | 10 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
studio apartment with traditional design. Ngoc Minh Ngo. 2 of Hang "Floating" Art. Interior designer Max Sinsteden's made his sleep zone. Short on space? Discover dens worth envying with the top 60 best studio apartment ideas. Explore small space interior designs and living layouts. A house tour of four living spaces which make the most of small spaces, using ingenuity, clever design and minimalist materials.

We will email you the download link for the book OR Click this button and visit here for the download link. A sliding glass door allows for ample sunlight and the storage wall delivers just enough privacy. Indirect lighting makes it possible to find any item even in a space as dark as this one.

Wood, exposed brick, concrete, and textiles come together to create a modern apartment with huge personality and an eclectic vibe.

Such excellent execution! Bookshelves offer plenty of material for reading in the morning or before bed, and light wood cabinetry allows convenient storage for clothing. Large glass jars in the cabinets provide a safe place to store dry goods while minimizing clutter.

They also add a nice variety of attractive colors within an otherwise neutral decor theme. The geometric floor tiles are a cool touch too! Its interior decor is more or less uniform throughout the apartment — without dividers or interior walls to break up the spaces, pulling off a cohesive theme turned out to be a practical and beautiful choice.

The Acapulco-style woven chairs and transparent acrylic table are light-looking and perfectly suited to a small space like this one. A large wood-clad dividing unit occupies the center of the home, providing extra storage and decorative shelving, along with a bench row that could serve as seating or a sideboard table depending on needs. Such a smart use of space! The bent plywood dining chairs offer a combination of modern and traditional elements.

Together they blur where the ceiling starts creating an open and airy effect. Room warming accents in metal and leather keep the bright, white interior from feeling antiseptic. If you're obsessed with storage, another exciting feature is the staircase with built-in drawers. The first order of business was creating a multifunctional area for both sleeping and socializing. A beautifully styled bed that doubles as a sofa carved out the perfect spot.

A leggy desk and also two small tables that don't detract from the room's openness add function. When it comes to optimizing itty-bitty studios , Graham Hill is a wizard at making them feel twice their size. His company, LifeEdited, works with architects and developers in the creation of ultra livable micro-apartments.

Hill's current project is a square foot studio that he shares with his partner and their two dogs. Keeping the layout fluid is key to making their home multifunctional. Versatile pieces like a modular sofa and expanding coffee table can quickly transform Hill's living room into a dining room. See the storage wall across from the TV?

It conceals a Murphy bed. A rug in front enhances the sense of separation between all three areas. Placing furniture near the foot of your bed is another great way to create a little separation between the living and sleeping areas. Does your studio have a hallway entryway? Keep your main living area clutter free by keeping storage and display furniture in the entryway. If you own your studio apartment, consider investing in clever built-ins and flexible furniture. Features like these will not only make your space feel huge but may also add value to your home when it's time to sell.

Here are some design goals to inspire. The built-in cabinet wall behind the sofa conceals a Murphy bed. The unit below the TV provides extra room to keep stuff out of sight. Dividing up space for different uses in a box-shaped studio with low ceilings only seems challenging.

The trick is using the right furniture. This easy to copy layout places a full-sized bed near a low profile sofa to create additional seating. A room divider at the head of the bed is the tallest object in the apartment. It carves out a dining nook decorated with industrial-inspired furniture. Green striped walls house framed botanical prints, giving the space a natural feel.

Banquettes are a great option if you need to create an additional seating area or if you only have a tiny amount of space to create your dining room area. With each shelf holding up to 20 pounds, they're a great way to add display storage and keep clutter from taking over your home.

Wall shelves are another great way to define areas and create extra storage space. This eclectic white entryway houses a functional mudroom featuring a contemporary storage bench. Wooden shelving is situated above the bench, creating additional storage options. Colorful geometric patterns are used to keep the space feeling lively and trendy. In a studio apartment, it makes sense to choose as many double-duty furniture pieces as you can.

Take a look back at our past posts, from entertaining and design trends to up-and-coming HGTV shows. Privacy Policy. Home Design Design Blog Design. Living in a Tiny Studio? Use every square inch to its full potential. Pinterest Facebook Twitter Email. By: Erica Reitman. Use a Bookshelf as a Room Divider. Modern Dorm Room With Multifunctional Furniture and Futon When buying furniture for a dorm room or other small living space, choose pieces that are multifunctional. Turn Your Bed Into a Daybed.

Floral Pillows Complement Geometric Wallpaper in Feminine Studio Apartment Natural light filters into this small, feminine space, making it feel brighter and larger.

Designate an Accent Wall. From: LABLstudio. Try a Loft. Create Your Own Closet Space. Studio Apartment Closet This closet is actually located in the open corner of a studio apartment, where fashion expert Lindsay Albanese shoots her YouTube videos. Get Creative With Shelving. Contemporary Built-In Wine Rack A custom built-in provides ample storage in the open dining room and sets the stage for entertaining.

Wall-Mounted Bike Rack The main room in the apartment is multi-use; it's a living room, a kitchen and a dining room. Feminine Apartment Living Room Large-scale artwork fills this small apartment living room with color. From: Right Meets Left Design. John Dolan Photography. Use Curtains to Define Your Space. Cozy Studio Bed with Luxurious Fabrics A readymade bed was painted and built-in to look like custom cabinetry. From: Jarret Yoshida. Make Use of Every Corner.

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2. Color distinction- paint the second level in a different tonality
157 m2 | 7 bedrooms | 8 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
studio apartment with traditional design. Ngoc Minh Ngo. 2 of Hang "Floating" Art. Interior designer Max Sinsteden's made his sleep zone. This first studio apartment from YØ DEZEEN uses a modern monochromatic theme paired with smooth plywood wall paneling. The compact living room. A house tour of four living spaces which make the most of small spaces, using ingenuity, clever design and minimalist materials.

The custom build unit includes the elevated bed platform with simple lines and luminous characteristic, the very cozy working area underneath, completed with a massive whiteboard, roomy desk, and stand-up computer station and of course, the cleverly hidden compartments of the storage units and extra guest bed. This dramatic space composition in the restoration project of an old small apartment by Tatyana Bobyleva is achieved through the dynamic contrasts in the materials palette, the textural and color combinations.

The alternation of smooth green surfaces, cement floors, black metal details and trendy furniture with the warmer presence of the exposed red bricks and soft textiles is an intriguing and rich solution for a confined space.

Averagely the sleeping area is used only ones a day, so it is quite a clever solution the staircase that leads towards the bed niche to be movable and if necessary to free the space for the daily activates. This fantastic project of a cozy and functional small space design belongs to Concrete Architectural Associates for the Zoku Amsterdam — a new type of short stay hotel that promotes spacious micro living units for global nomads.

One of its lofts is a square-foot room with a flexible design made inviting and warm through the usage of wood. The classic combination of smooth white surfaces and base, with black framing and wooden accents, is always fresh. A playful design touch is the Olympic rings installation for working out.

Resolving the problems with privacy, space, and static border — this colorful bed box project is offering a moveable, cozy and fun solution for small apartments with contemporary design. The fact that the bed cube is on wells means that it can be moved around according to your mood or social situation.

This dynamic composition for modern small home is located in London and offers charming focal accent of a suspended bed above active working area with trendy furniture pieces. A memorable solution for restrained space options. Further on a large dining room table — to gather all your friends — and the decorative accent of the urban-art staircase leading through the bedroom platform to a romantic skylight opening towards the roof give the mini apartment unique atmosphere.

The designer of this square-foot studio used reflective surfaces, bold dark colors and shining metal accents to create visually dramatic impact and sophisticated atmosphere. Expanding the living space vertically rather than horizontally, introducing the white frames of floor and walls, the design anchors the terrace-evolvement of the dark details. The fresh and artistic design of this tiny apartment will guarantee comfortable living space for more than one person — with its light emanation and multiple sitting zones, and chill-out niches, unique space design offers many opportunities for relaxation and privet quiet space.

The light wood sculptural construct offer light, dynamic and youthful hart for a small urban apartment. The unusual usage of space aiming to increase the storage opportunities exploring the height diapason behind the sofa- is also applicable in other compositions, with deck or bed for example. This high-tech, dynamic solution is up to free a lot of space for modern urban dwellings. The motorized movable wall that worth noticing hosts degrees rotating TV unite that can be used from bed or sofa hosts hidden closet, dresser drawers, and clothing storage and when fully extended makes space for a queen-sized fold-down bed: smart, tidy and technologically advanced; this is an exciting solution.

Undertaking the challenge of renovating this tiny Milanese apartment and giving it a youthful and functional atmosphere that it will turn its 28 sq. The structures that host the closed and wardrobes not only give fresh and smooth design expression with their light and trendy plywood surfaces but also offer clever and functional solutions to the space issue.

Partially rolling the double sized bed in an opening in the lover part of the wardrobe opens a space for the daily activates and also secures a comfortable sofa for them. The designers of this contemporary project — a stylish home located in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, Australia had searched its inspiration in modern minimalism but also in the funny word of Mighty Mouse. Using its signature colors in red, yellow and black the apartment aspires — much like the small mouse to punch well above its size.

Locating the entry foyer, storage, equipment, washing and sleeping zones behind full height, wall-to-wall sliding doors the designer freed the rest of the premises giving them empty, minimalistic and spacious emanation with slightly industrial presence — thanks to the smooth concrete floors.

The dynamic design of this Parisian mini-apartment hides different functional levels and multiple materials and colors combinations. The architects Marc Baillargeon and Julie Nabucet collaborated to turn this apartment piece into independent living space. Here, again, the double size bed turns into a functional sofa when partially hidden beneath the elevated kitchen floor. In the case of this design the bed can be entirely hidden under the platform and to free the floor for other activities.

Elevating the platform of the kitchen zone and adding multiple intriguing shaped shelves, gives a unique atmosphere to the design, but also becomes a smart space-saving approach. This contemporary design creation of French architects Emmanuel Combarel and Dominique Marrec offers an entirely new aesthetic experience of a bedroom space introducing unusual solutions for small spaces.

Redefining the bedroom objectification as the archetype of privacy and intimacy this ingenious architectural construct becomes an object of curiosity by transforming its symbolic status — situated it in the center as a suspended sculptural element and art piece.

This simple yet charming design for a micro-apartment consist of a series of clear-lined, low-tech joinery pieces that form zones within the main space.

The Sydney based architect Nicholas Gurney had its finger on the problem: through the vast majority of the day one does not use the space in front of the entrance door — so why not turned into something else. To give this empty space another temporary function using prefiguration of furniture joinery.

Stylish, bright and just a little bit fun. This fantastic and almost surreal project of Gary Chang located in Hong Kong is presenting us with the unbelievable transformation of a square-foot space into over 24 different rooms project using movable walls, stairs, and furniture.

The mirrored surfaces of the floor and ceiling segments give visual depth of the premises and create the illusion of much bigger space.

The usage of yellow mirrors and illuminators defects the light spectrum in a whole another dimension and creates the sensation of the surrealistic and enchanting world. Graham Hill and his company, LifeEdited are specialized into creating smart and elegant solutions for ultra-livable micro-apartments.

Here we have a fluid environment with versatile pieces like a modular sofa and expanding a coffee table that not only have multiple functions and position but are also stylish. The extra Murphy bed is hidden into the storage wall and offers options for guest bed. Kitoko Studio had composed and ornamented this Parisian chic apartment with Asian aesthetic hints and ingenious movable units.

The latest work of Me2architects studio is this charming small apartment in a former industrial district that preserves its heritage under the original and stylish read of contemporary design. Entwining dark colors, brick walls, and metal constructs the designers created a conceptual loft for an active lifestyle.

The green plant pots that hang from the ceiling are framed by a black metal frame — dynamic and stylish solution. In this home , the bedroom is hidden behind solid sliding doors disguised as wooden panels. Fluid continuity defines the decor composition: the wooden cladding, the sliding panels, and the bespoke furniture pieces are merged in one light and elegant idea — that seems clean and easy to maintain. Contrasting the deep blues of the walls with the light presence of the wooden cladding and decorative patterns the designers from NCDA created a high visual impact with the mezzanine floor of this small tree house located in Hong Kong.

The pine-clad sleeping space offers a cozy bedroom level suspended above the central area. Its front wall is decided as a wooden decoration with geometrical pattern and lights modern expression. This unique solution and the artistic vision behind the extra structure becomes a memorable decorative element of the design composition instead of heavy addition.

This tiny home is only 13 square meters but thanks to the designers form Studiomama it offers a full-scale home experience. Its cozy and stylish decor includes some very clever architectural solutions to extend the sensation of space- the light colors scheme, the movable furniture unites and multitasking of purpose are just some of them.

And even its lower drawers are movable and become a comfortable feet- stool. This mini sofa solution -with its colorful upholstery on walls, pillows, and back is much intoned with the rest of the serine design for the tiny home. As it happens some of the most ingenious solutions are evoked form personal experience or need. Now it offers a tidy and stylish solution that hosts a platform with a queen-size bed, an internal space for storage or a workspace underneath and can save a lot of space and offer contemporary design solution for many space-challenged studio apartments.

Like an origami, this small loft space unfolds its specific shapes and lines in one luminous and stylistically pure interior ambiance. The intriguingly ingenious second level solution offers its elegant and unusual construct to the light that filters through the premises, the glass partition of the bed platform secures the space and at the same time remains transparent for light circulation.

Creating this modern studio apartment decor the designers from INDOT gave it a characteristic for the Asian style design minimalistic expression. Natural materials like wood and metal prevail the materials composition, and the main characters in the color palette are the warm wooden textures of the floor and the furnishing with dramatic accents of the black painted walls and frames.

The casually spread gray and white spots help keep the balance. Three glass sliding doors separate the sleeping corner from the rest of the premises and give visual dynamics and certain aerial elegance to the composition. This cute Loft Space in Camden, London is created by Craft Design and aims to secure a bespoke and innovative environment, flexible to the requirements of modern life.

Dynamic details jazz up the atmosphere, a structural cube that sustains the mezzanine bedroom visually separates the kitchen, dining zone from the cozy living room niche. Here the stair that leads to the mezzanine level is integrated into this single piece of furniture. But the unifying visual accent comes from the A pitched decorative wall — composed of differently sized and shaped shelves; its presence is an artistic design accent and smart storage space arrangement.

Creating a room within a room the designer Nils Holger Moormann searched to optimize the living arrangements in modern micro-apartments. The large furniture unite contains a sleeping, eating and working areas developed in contemporary and dynamic manner. Dark colors, modern materials , space development that includes a double bed on the top, staircase with storage compartments functions, walk-in closet and many other flexible features that respond to modern lifestyle search of optimizing every inch of space available.

This light and clear-lined design project belongs to the Taiwanese studio A Little Design and optimizes a meter-square micro apartment to serve every need of its occupants. The mezzanine level of the apartment is used to its full scale: a staircase leads to a bed platform, bookshelves and storage compartments adorn the walls, and even a micro-working desk that can be used by a person sitting cross-legged on the floor completes the playful design arrangement.

It presented us with furniture unit that incorporates a bed and a closet on one side, and a home office and an entertainment suite on the other so it can turn the space into a bedroom or living room at the touch of a button. Using light wood, white surfaces and glass partitions the space composition is luminous and appears big.

If one does not spend long hours cooking in the kitchen one does not need a big one. So the usage of space can be more accurate for other purposes. This is the approach of the polish designer: minimum space for kitchen usage and functional distribution of elegant design touches.

If space permits it the design of the living quarters can include more than the traditional for micro-apartment — two levels. Like is the case with the ingenious design of this Madrid apartment the designers had created a dynamic and playful three-level space in the long and narrow dwelling.

Here the owner moves between living and working spaces like a character in a computer game — using ladders and stairs that connect platforms in a non-lineal path. Creative, sufficient and light the design allows the best distribution of the limited space. Elevating the bathroom on the second level of this small apartment in Sao Paulo, the Brazilian architect Alan Chu archived fey essential tasks: open free space in the living room and allowed a beautiful sculptural staircase from black metal to lead the way to the bedroom and bathroom spaces.

Which are now in close proximity thanks to this new distribution of space. And this spatial solution gives the micro-apartment a vision of trendy urban mezzanine. When it comes to small spaces design the combination of multiple different textures and materials is difficult — because the visual impact between them is strengthened by their proximity.

So this project of Studio Bazi is an excellent example of how to do it: here the shining white surface of the ceiling is well balanced by the wooden texture of the floors, entwining this effect in the rest of the furnishing is a spot on clever approach.

Making the best of the high ceilings in this Brooklyn studio , the designers from New Affiliates entwined light plywood structures, chunky columns, metal-mesh panels to define different spaces and shining brass accents to give a light industrial touch to the place. This project of CIAO has a dynamic and functional approach towards a small studio apartment design this time is located in London. The premises are utilized according to the lifestyle of the owner including a practical and comfortable working corner that hides a sliding second bed that can be used for guests.

Plywood platform gives a sling elevation behind the half-height bookshelf and hosts the main bed. Usually the designers tend to give an unostentatious or even a camouflage facade for the furniture units and combo furniture so they can maximally blend with their surroundings, but the opposite approach is possible and desirable in some cases. Using bold, accentuating color the furniture unite can become the focal point of the whole composition.

If one uses a centrally located furniture pieces as a separation of functions knack: like is in the case of this studio Folk Design project ; it may be a good idea to leave air above the furniture units and in this way to permit the actual volume of the space to be felt. The contemporary home of the two sisters presents a cozy, clean and intriguing atmosphere. We will email you the download link for the book OR Click this button and visit here for the download link.

A sliding glass door allows for ample sunlight and the storage wall delivers just enough privacy. Indirect lighting makes it possible to find any item even in a space as dark as this one. Wood, exposed brick, concrete, and textiles come together to create a modern apartment with huge personality and an eclectic vibe. Such excellent execution! Bookshelves offer plenty of material for reading in the morning or before bed, and light wood cabinetry allows convenient storage for clothing.

Large glass jars in the cabinets provide a safe place to store dry goods while minimizing clutter. They also add a nice variety of attractive colors within an otherwise neutral decor theme. The geometric floor tiles are a cool touch too! Its interior decor is more or less uniform throughout the apartment — without dividers or interior walls to break up the spaces, pulling off a cohesive theme turned out to be a practical and beautiful choice.

The Acapulco-style woven chairs and transparent acrylic table are light-looking and perfectly suited to a small space like this one. A large wood-clad dividing unit occupies the center of the home, providing extra storage and decorative shelving, along with a bench row that could serve as seating or a sideboard table depending on needs.

Such a smart use of space! The bent plywood dining chairs offer a combination of modern and traditional elements. Taking a completely different approach from the previous studio apartment, this space boasts highly modernistic materials and striking geometric themes. Strong contrasts play an important role in the design — reflective surfaces complement soft textural materials, stripes and polygons compete for dominance, and metallics pop out from a backdrop of neutral colors.

Note how the bed platform and headboard are combined into the same piece of furniture, with a little extra storage tucked into the side. The brass-color effect adds a touch of luxury within an already sophisticated interior. Did you like this article?

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The extra Murphy bed is hidden into the storage wall and offers options for guest bed. Kitoko Studio had composed and ornamented this Parisian chic apartment with Asian aesthetic hints and ingenious movable units. The latest work of Me2architects studio is this charming small apartment in a former industrial district that preserves its heritage under the original and stylish read of contemporary design. Entwining dark colors, brick walls, and metal constructs the designers created a conceptual loft for an active lifestyle.

The green plant pots that hang from the ceiling are framed by a black metal frame — dynamic and stylish solution. In this home , the bedroom is hidden behind solid sliding doors disguised as wooden panels. Fluid continuity defines the decor composition: the wooden cladding, the sliding panels, and the bespoke furniture pieces are merged in one light and elegant idea — that seems clean and easy to maintain.

Contrasting the deep blues of the walls with the light presence of the wooden cladding and decorative patterns the designers from NCDA created a high visual impact with the mezzanine floor of this small tree house located in Hong Kong.

The pine-clad sleeping space offers a cozy bedroom level suspended above the central area. Its front wall is decided as a wooden decoration with geometrical pattern and lights modern expression. This unique solution and the artistic vision behind the extra structure becomes a memorable decorative element of the design composition instead of heavy addition.

This tiny home is only 13 square meters but thanks to the designers form Studiomama it offers a full-scale home experience. Its cozy and stylish decor includes some very clever architectural solutions to extend the sensation of space- the light colors scheme, the movable furniture unites and multitasking of purpose are just some of them. And even its lower drawers are movable and become a comfortable feet- stool.

This mini sofa solution -with its colorful upholstery on walls, pillows, and back is much intoned with the rest of the serine design for the tiny home.

As it happens some of the most ingenious solutions are evoked form personal experience or need. Now it offers a tidy and stylish solution that hosts a platform with a queen-size bed, an internal space for storage or a workspace underneath and can save a lot of space and offer contemporary design solution for many space-challenged studio apartments.

Like an origami, this small loft space unfolds its specific shapes and lines in one luminous and stylistically pure interior ambiance. The intriguingly ingenious second level solution offers its elegant and unusual construct to the light that filters through the premises, the glass partition of the bed platform secures the space and at the same time remains transparent for light circulation.

Creating this modern studio apartment decor the designers from INDOT gave it a characteristic for the Asian style design minimalistic expression. Natural materials like wood and metal prevail the materials composition, and the main characters in the color palette are the warm wooden textures of the floor and the furnishing with dramatic accents of the black painted walls and frames.

The casually spread gray and white spots help keep the balance. Three glass sliding doors separate the sleeping corner from the rest of the premises and give visual dynamics and certain aerial elegance to the composition.

This cute Loft Space in Camden, London is created by Craft Design and aims to secure a bespoke and innovative environment, flexible to the requirements of modern life.

Dynamic details jazz up the atmosphere, a structural cube that sustains the mezzanine bedroom visually separates the kitchen, dining zone from the cozy living room niche. Here the stair that leads to the mezzanine level is integrated into this single piece of furniture. But the unifying visual accent comes from the A pitched decorative wall — composed of differently sized and shaped shelves; its presence is an artistic design accent and smart storage space arrangement.

Creating a room within a room the designer Nils Holger Moormann searched to optimize the living arrangements in modern micro-apartments. The large furniture unite contains a sleeping, eating and working areas developed in contemporary and dynamic manner. Dark colors, modern materials , space development that includes a double bed on the top, staircase with storage compartments functions, walk-in closet and many other flexible features that respond to modern lifestyle search of optimizing every inch of space available.

This light and clear-lined design project belongs to the Taiwanese studio A Little Design and optimizes a meter-square micro apartment to serve every need of its occupants. The mezzanine level of the apartment is used to its full scale: a staircase leads to a bed platform, bookshelves and storage compartments adorn the walls, and even a micro-working desk that can be used by a person sitting cross-legged on the floor completes the playful design arrangement. It presented us with furniture unit that incorporates a bed and a closet on one side, and a home office and an entertainment suite on the other so it can turn the space into a bedroom or living room at the touch of a button.

Using light wood, white surfaces and glass partitions the space composition is luminous and appears big. If one does not spend long hours cooking in the kitchen one does not need a big one. So the usage of space can be more accurate for other purposes. This is the approach of the polish designer: minimum space for kitchen usage and functional distribution of elegant design touches. If space permits it the design of the living quarters can include more than the traditional for micro-apartment — two levels.

Like is the case with the ingenious design of this Madrid apartment the designers had created a dynamic and playful three-level space in the long and narrow dwelling. Here the owner moves between living and working spaces like a character in a computer game — using ladders and stairs that connect platforms in a non-lineal path.

Creative, sufficient and light the design allows the best distribution of the limited space. Elevating the bathroom on the second level of this small apartment in Sao Paulo, the Brazilian architect Alan Chu archived fey essential tasks: open free space in the living room and allowed a beautiful sculptural staircase from black metal to lead the way to the bedroom and bathroom spaces.

Which are now in close proximity thanks to this new distribution of space. And this spatial solution gives the micro-apartment a vision of trendy urban mezzanine.

When it comes to small spaces design the combination of multiple different textures and materials is difficult — because the visual impact between them is strengthened by their proximity.

So this project of Studio Bazi is an excellent example of how to do it: here the shining white surface of the ceiling is well balanced by the wooden texture of the floors, entwining this effect in the rest of the furnishing is a spot on clever approach. Making the best of the high ceilings in this Brooklyn studio , the designers from New Affiliates entwined light plywood structures, chunky columns, metal-mesh panels to define different spaces and shining brass accents to give a light industrial touch to the place.

This project of CIAO has a dynamic and functional approach towards a small studio apartment design this time is located in London. The premises are utilized according to the lifestyle of the owner including a practical and comfortable working corner that hides a sliding second bed that can be used for guests. Plywood platform gives a sling elevation behind the half-height bookshelf and hosts the main bed.

Usually the designers tend to give an unostentatious or even a camouflage facade for the furniture units and combo furniture so they can maximally blend with their surroundings, but the opposite approach is possible and desirable in some cases. Using bold, accentuating color the furniture unite can become the focal point of the whole composition. If one uses a centrally located furniture pieces as a separation of functions knack: like is in the case of this studio Folk Design project ; it may be a good idea to leave air above the furniture units and in this way to permit the actual volume of the space to be felt.

The contemporary home of the two sisters presents a cozy, clean and intriguing atmosphere. The Asian simplicity of premises and the organic combination of wooden structures, fresh greenery, and white surfaces is shown in a multi-layered architectural construct that is fresh and comfortable. Thanks to this approach the mini-apartment feels spacious and light.

Renovating this square-foot Parisian pad the Swan Architectes searched for light and space, so reducing the separation wall to its bare structure is quite a smart move. The old beams become an artistic bookshelf, a transparent and symbolic essential qualities when you deal with restricted and dark space separation between the night and day zones, and on top of this a main focal accent of the interior composition.

This 29sqm flat in Poland is designed by the 3XA studio and features fresh, artistic atmosphere that entwines the luminous white bases including the original brick walls painted in white the gorgeous texture of the restored wooden floors with some modern additions from recycled wood and tile compositions. The simplistic color base: white, light wood and black accents, in trendy details like the metal bar chairs, the tile floor, or the suspended lamps give a spacious and elegant feel to the composition.

Cute, artistic and fresh this project of Skica Studio , located in Sofia, Bulgaria makes the most of its 55sq. Generous in size and texture the reclaimed wood table strong focal point makes the dining corner suitable for the lifestyle of the owners it can host many guest and friends.

Attractive and welcoming living premises that combine vintage charm whit contemporary artistic touch elements are hosting the unusual design solution to place the bed under the window and separate it with airy curtains. In this manner, the designers are not only utilizing a space that is rarely used but also introduce the charming possibility of wakening up in a luminous and sunny environment.

French architect Paul Coudamy had fined an intelligent and stylish solution of how to utilize the restrained space of 23m2 of this Parisian apartment. Creating custom made movable bookshelf unit that slides to uncover either the bed or the working corner the designer provided smart and trendy furniture solution for small premises.

The red carmine gloss paint reinforces the graphical dimension of the space and is well balanced by the matt walls and soft textural elements. The design of this small apartment created by McCRUM offers smart solutions, but composing a bookshelf unit that separates the functional zoning of the place and introducing a rotating bit that enables the TV to be watched both from the sofa and the bed is a very functional approach. In a studio apartment, while dividing your space, you can make the room divider function as a second thing too like this room divider also serves as a shelving unit and a wall for TV.

This contemporary Polish mezzanine project carried out by MUS Architects has the light atmosphere and modern touch given by the combination of trendy furniture, quality materials and some fascinating metal structures and details. The staircase is with simple almost delicate and airy presence and allows the premises restrained volume not to be crushed.

The play with the light has an almost magical effect on the ambiance, so in the case, with this artistic Parisian creation , the illumination project that reflects upon the bright whiteness -the different color hues of the light play the role of space division. The three zones of the apartment include bedroom, bath, and kitchen. The first two are distinguished by bright yellow light that adds a beam of fresh accent.

The rest of the long narrow space is designed with light, almost airy furniture pieces that blend their whiteness with the rest of the minimalistic stylistics of the space. In this project , the designers intriguingly combine the simplicity of the wooden textures, the rustic accent of the stone walls and playful graphic details of the floor tiles. Transforming a ground-floor space of a 17th century Parisian townhouse into a studio apartment, the designers from Anne Rolland Architecte had preserved the original limestone masonry but added trendy plywood material structures like the multi-purpose closet furniture and the Graphic-patterned tiles that give a playful nod to the old-style Parisian bars.

Often the small studio apartments are located on the last floor or the attic and the problem with sloping ceiling or A -frame can occur. In this project of Batiik Studio the dirty, forgotten space was turned into cozy, elegant and inviting attic studio apartment.

Intelligent design solutions deal with the restrained space beneath the windows — using wooden lattice panels, corresponding in style with the rest of the design, the architects created storage departments: bookshelf unit and nightstand functions from the otherwise unusable space. Small working corner under the sloped roof, a bed that can turn into a sofa or a kitchen bar are the other clever insertions in this cute Parisian apartment.

Designing this compact studio apartment in St. Petersburg the designer aimed for an effect that preserves the freedom of an open layout with the added privacy of a divided home where needed. Such clever insertions like the central volume, clad with wood veneer that hosts the bedroom space.

The minimalistic and smooth niche of the kitchen are created to blend with the interior design and at the same time to give it focal points. The whiteness of the interior palette is also a good approach towards the windowless space the luminosity of the all-white interior has only a few colorful accents: the wooden box, the cerulean blue rug, and a few terracotta details.

Apart from the built-in lightning scheme that saves the niches constructs from obscure ambiance, the prevailing whiteness is the main design knack that brings light to the decor composition.

Look at this space division approach — the long curtains drapery that reaches the floor and the dark color inside of them — give a strain decadent feel to the whole ambiance. The architect Rick Joy had composed quite an elegant decor for this minimalist yet warm studio apartment.

The rich textural details — the main focal point of which are the canopy style curtains around the bed are combined with contemporary and smooth materials like the Venetian plaster of ceiling and walls and spiced up with fashionable design pieces of furniture and lamps. In this Budapest apartment project, we observe the classical approach of an elevated platform for the bed that has a new bright and elegant read. Using plywood and its clean and fresh emanation, the designers from Position Collective composed an ambiance of style and light, playful mood.

The wall that stretches from the bedroom platform to the kitchen area and offers the possibility of arranging you shelf system like a puzzle — according to your needs is an ingenious approach for confined spaces. This custom made structure gives a useful shelf space and at the same time leaves the premises free and unburden like it will be the case if classical cabinetry system is used.

Creating a special unit for sleeping and using its volume for storage compartments One of the first things that come to mind when confronted with limited living space is where to put all my stuff? Color distinction- paint the second level in a different tonality Painting this mezzanine premise with stylish and characteristic wall accents that visually separates the premises creates the feeling that the bed area is a whole separate world. Wall shelves are another great way to define areas and create extra storage space.

This eclectic white entryway houses a functional mudroom featuring a contemporary storage bench. Wooden shelving is situated above the bench, creating additional storage options. Colorful geometric patterns are used to keep the space feeling lively and trendy. In a studio apartment, it makes sense to choose as many double-duty furniture pieces as you can. Take a look back at our past posts, from entertaining and design trends to up-and-coming HGTV shows. Privacy Policy. Home Design Design Blog Design.

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Wall-Mounted Bike Rack The main room in the apartment is multi-use; it's a living room, a kitchen and a dining room. Feminine Apartment Living Room Large-scale artwork fills this small apartment living room with color. From: Right Meets Left Design. John Dolan Photography. Use Curtains to Define Your Space. Cozy Studio Bed with Luxurious Fabrics A readymade bed was painted and built-in to look like custom cabinetry.

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Wooden shelving and small potted plants fill the room with nature. White-walled interiors showcase a kitchen and living space, with the kitchen bench an additional backing for the lounge. Corked kitchen tiling draws the eye.

The pale-coloured couch fits in thematically, offering seating for the other side of the table. Clothed in the same colour bedding as the lounge, the stowaway acts as a side table. Inserting a table and chair, the space becomes an office, with the inlet behind a new filing cabinet.

A wide passageway gives the feeling of space, with appliances neatly tucked away in cupboards. A preparation bench doubles as a breakfast table, with spare seating available just outside its walls.

A cork-walled shower, white tiling and high wooden frames give the illusion of space through using height and muted materials. Chrome fixtures finish off the space. Did you like this article? From Home Designing. Other related interior design ideas you might enjoy. Let us know. Topics accessories apartment art asian bathroom beach house bedroom colorful contemporary courtyard dark decor eclectic floor plans furniture grey hi-tech home office hotel house tour industrial japan kids room kitchen lighting living room loft Luxury minimalist modern office russia rustic scandinavian small space studio taiwan tech-office thailand ukraine villa wall decor white wood interior workspace.

The apartment layouts below show how easy it is to work with what you have and successfully decorate a small space. The possibilities are limitless—even with a shortage of square footage. Make your apartment feel colossal by creating separate living areas. But how much square footage should you assign to each section? Want to invite friends over for Netflix? The person who lives in this NYC studio created a large living room worthy of a binge-watching party by sacrificing some bedroom and dining space.

If you're not allowed to paint your walls, here's another idea to steal from this apartment — Removable, peel and stick wallpaper. It's easy to install, and it will dress up dull walls without jeopardizing the security deposit. If you're always on the go and home is just a place where you shower and sleep, why not style your apartment like a boutique hotel room?

But the star of this apartment , as you'll find in any stylish hotel room, is the comfortable bed decked out in high thread count sheets. When it comes to small space decorating, nothing beats the magical room expanding powers of low profile, midcentury furniture. Compared to many contemporary styles, midcentury designs sit much closer to the floor, which makes ceilings and windows appear taller. If you have high ceilings, you can magically whip up more livable square footage with a loft bed.

But the second level isn't the only reason this Scandinavian charmer appears much larger than its actual size. Together they blur where the ceiling starts creating an open and airy effect. Room warming accents in metal and leather keep the bright, white interior from feeling antiseptic. If you're obsessed with storage, another exciting feature is the staircase with built-in drawers. The first order of business was creating a multifunctional area for both sleeping and socializing.

A beautifully styled bed that doubles as a sofa carved out the perfect spot. A leggy desk and also two small tables that don't detract from the room's openness add function. When it comes to optimizing itty-bitty studios , Graham Hill is a wizard at making them feel twice their size. His company, LifeEdited, works with architects and developers in the creation of ultra livable micro-apartments. Hill's current project is a square foot studio that he shares with his partner and their two dogs.

Keeping the layout fluid is key to making their home multifunctional. Versatile pieces like a modular sofa and expanding coffee table can quickly transform Hill's living room into a dining room. See the storage wall across from the TV? It conceals a Murphy bed. Use every square inch to its full potential.

Pinterest Facebook Twitter Email. By: Erica Reitman. Use a Bookshelf as a Room Divider. Modern Dorm Room With Multifunctional Furniture and Futon When buying furniture for a dorm room or other small living space, choose pieces that are multifunctional.

Turn Your Bed Into a Daybed. Floral Pillows Complement Geometric Wallpaper in Feminine Studio Apartment Natural light filters into this small, feminine space, making it feel brighter and larger. Designate an Accent Wall. From: LABLstudio. Try a Loft. Create Your Own Closet Space. Studio Apartment Closet This closet is actually located in the open corner of a studio apartment, where fashion expert Lindsay Albanese shoots her YouTube videos.

Get Creative With Shelving. Contemporary Built-In Wine Rack A custom built-in provides ample storage in the open dining room and sets the stage for entertaining.

Wall-Mounted Bike Rack The main room in the apartment is multi-use; it's a living room, a kitchen and a dining room. Feminine Apartment Living Room Large-scale artwork fills this small apartment living room with color. From: Right Meets Left Design. John Dolan Photography.

Use Curtains to Define Your Space. Cozy Studio Bed with Luxurious Fabrics A readymade bed was painted and built-in to look like custom cabinetry.

From: Jarret Yoshida. Make Use of Every Corner. From: Kristi Nelson. Wall Shelves Are Your Friend. Focus on Double-Duty Furniture. Eclectic Mudroom With Bench Storage This eclectic white entryway houses a functional mudroom featuring a contemporary storage bench. From: Terracotta Design Build. Shop This Look.

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Circles form mirrors and art on the walls, while the white backdrop affords space for the unique branched coat rack. Green potted plants in solid forms introduce the outdoors.

Triangle and diamond shapes cover the rug, while a wooden geometric chair, a series of rectangular windows and differing textures fill the corners. A light teal tint and towelling offers a feminine touch to a space for pampering. Wooden shelving and small potted plants fill the room with nature. White-walled interiors showcase a kitchen and living space, with the kitchen bench an additional backing for the lounge.

Corked kitchen tiling draws the eye. The pale-coloured couch fits in thematically, offering seating for the other side of the table. Clothed in the same colour bedding as the lounge, the stowaway acts as a side table. Inserting a table and chair, the space becomes an office, with the inlet behind a new filing cabinet. A wide passageway gives the feeling of space, with appliances neatly tucked away in cupboards.

A preparation bench doubles as a breakfast table, with spare seating available just outside its walls. A cork-walled shower, white tiling and high wooden frames give the illusion of space through using height and muted materials.

Chrome fixtures finish off the space. Did you like this article? And this spatial solution gives the micro-apartment a vision of trendy urban mezzanine.

When it comes to small spaces design the combination of multiple different textures and materials is difficult — because the visual impact between them is strengthened by their proximity.

So this project of Studio Bazi is an excellent example of how to do it: here the shining white surface of the ceiling is well balanced by the wooden texture of the floors, entwining this effect in the rest of the furnishing is a spot on clever approach. Making the best of the high ceilings in this Brooklyn studio , the designers from New Affiliates entwined light plywood structures, chunky columns, metal-mesh panels to define different spaces and shining brass accents to give a light industrial touch to the place.

This project of CIAO has a dynamic and functional approach towards a small studio apartment design this time is located in London. The premises are utilized according to the lifestyle of the owner including a practical and comfortable working corner that hides a sliding second bed that can be used for guests. Plywood platform gives a sling elevation behind the half-height bookshelf and hosts the main bed.

Usually the designers tend to give an unostentatious or even a camouflage facade for the furniture units and combo furniture so they can maximally blend with their surroundings, but the opposite approach is possible and desirable in some cases. Using bold, accentuating color the furniture unite can become the focal point of the whole composition.

If one uses a centrally located furniture pieces as a separation of functions knack: like is in the case of this studio Folk Design project ; it may be a good idea to leave air above the furniture units and in this way to permit the actual volume of the space to be felt.

The contemporary home of the two sisters presents a cozy, clean and intriguing atmosphere. The Asian simplicity of premises and the organic combination of wooden structures, fresh greenery, and white surfaces is shown in a multi-layered architectural construct that is fresh and comfortable.

Thanks to this approach the mini-apartment feels spacious and light. Renovating this square-foot Parisian pad the Swan Architectes searched for light and space, so reducing the separation wall to its bare structure is quite a smart move. The old beams become an artistic bookshelf, a transparent and symbolic essential qualities when you deal with restricted and dark space separation between the night and day zones, and on top of this a main focal accent of the interior composition.

This 29sqm flat in Poland is designed by the 3XA studio and features fresh, artistic atmosphere that entwines the luminous white bases including the original brick walls painted in white the gorgeous texture of the restored wooden floors with some modern additions from recycled wood and tile compositions.

The simplistic color base: white, light wood and black accents, in trendy details like the metal bar chairs, the tile floor, or the suspended lamps give a spacious and elegant feel to the composition. Cute, artistic and fresh this project of Skica Studio , located in Sofia, Bulgaria makes the most of its 55sq.

Generous in size and texture the reclaimed wood table strong focal point makes the dining corner suitable for the lifestyle of the owners it can host many guest and friends. Attractive and welcoming living premises that combine vintage charm whit contemporary artistic touch elements are hosting the unusual design solution to place the bed under the window and separate it with airy curtains.

In this manner, the designers are not only utilizing a space that is rarely used but also introduce the charming possibility of wakening up in a luminous and sunny environment. French architect Paul Coudamy had fined an intelligent and stylish solution of how to utilize the restrained space of 23m2 of this Parisian apartment. Creating custom made movable bookshelf unit that slides to uncover either the bed or the working corner the designer provided smart and trendy furniture solution for small premises.

The red carmine gloss paint reinforces the graphical dimension of the space and is well balanced by the matt walls and soft textural elements. The design of this small apartment created by McCRUM offers smart solutions, but composing a bookshelf unit that separates the functional zoning of the place and introducing a rotating bit that enables the TV to be watched both from the sofa and the bed is a very functional approach.

In a studio apartment, while dividing your space, you can make the room divider function as a second thing too like this room divider also serves as a shelving unit and a wall for TV.

This contemporary Polish mezzanine project carried out by MUS Architects has the light atmosphere and modern touch given by the combination of trendy furniture, quality materials and some fascinating metal structures and details. The staircase is with simple almost delicate and airy presence and allows the premises restrained volume not to be crushed.

The play with the light has an almost magical effect on the ambiance, so in the case, with this artistic Parisian creation , the illumination project that reflects upon the bright whiteness -the different color hues of the light play the role of space division.

The three zones of the apartment include bedroom, bath, and kitchen. The first two are distinguished by bright yellow light that adds a beam of fresh accent. The rest of the long narrow space is designed with light, almost airy furniture pieces that blend their whiteness with the rest of the minimalistic stylistics of the space.

In this project , the designers intriguingly combine the simplicity of the wooden textures, the rustic accent of the stone walls and playful graphic details of the floor tiles.

Transforming a ground-floor space of a 17th century Parisian townhouse into a studio apartment, the designers from Anne Rolland Architecte had preserved the original limestone masonry but added trendy plywood material structures like the multi-purpose closet furniture and the Graphic-patterned tiles that give a playful nod to the old-style Parisian bars.

Often the small studio apartments are located on the last floor or the attic and the problem with sloping ceiling or A -frame can occur. In this project of Batiik Studio the dirty, forgotten space was turned into cozy, elegant and inviting attic studio apartment. Intelligent design solutions deal with the restrained space beneath the windows — using wooden lattice panels, corresponding in style with the rest of the design, the architects created storage departments: bookshelf unit and nightstand functions from the otherwise unusable space.

Small working corner under the sloped roof, a bed that can turn into a sofa or a kitchen bar are the other clever insertions in this cute Parisian apartment. Designing this compact studio apartment in St.

Petersburg the designer aimed for an effect that preserves the freedom of an open layout with the added privacy of a divided home where needed. Such clever insertions like the central volume, clad with wood veneer that hosts the bedroom space. The minimalistic and smooth niche of the kitchen are created to blend with the interior design and at the same time to give it focal points. The whiteness of the interior palette is also a good approach towards the windowless space the luminosity of the all-white interior has only a few colorful accents: the wooden box, the cerulean blue rug, and a few terracotta details.

Apart from the built-in lightning scheme that saves the niches constructs from obscure ambiance, the prevailing whiteness is the main design knack that brings light to the decor composition. Look at this space division approach — the long curtains drapery that reaches the floor and the dark color inside of them — give a strain decadent feel to the whole ambiance.

The architect Rick Joy had composed quite an elegant decor for this minimalist yet warm studio apartment. The rich textural details — the main focal point of which are the canopy style curtains around the bed are combined with contemporary and smooth materials like the Venetian plaster of ceiling and walls and spiced up with fashionable design pieces of furniture and lamps. In this Budapest apartment project, we observe the classical approach of an elevated platform for the bed that has a new bright and elegant read.

Using plywood and its clean and fresh emanation, the designers from Position Collective composed an ambiance of style and light, playful mood. The wall that stretches from the bedroom platform to the kitchen area and offers the possibility of arranging you shelf system like a puzzle — according to your needs is an ingenious approach for confined spaces. This custom made structure gives a useful shelf space and at the same time leaves the premises free and unburden like it will be the case if classical cabinetry system is used.

Creating a special unit for sleeping and using its volume for storage compartments One of the first things that come to mind when confronted with limited living space is where to put all my stuff? Color distinction- paint the second level in a different tonality Painting this mezzanine premise with stylish and characteristic wall accents that visually separates the premises creates the feeling that the bed area is a whole separate world.

Elevate the bed and give yourself more space underneath This light bought as colors and space illumination characteristics project of ICOSA in collaboration with Peter Suen , is located in the heart of San Francisco and offers a youthful, dynamic and contemporary solution for the space problems. Use Folding Glass Walls to achieve dynamic and flexible space separation This dramatic space composition in the restoration project of an old small apartment by Tatyana Bobyleva is achieved through the dynamic contrasts in the materials palette, the textural and color combinations.

Sliding staircase — movable elements which if necessary can be hidden or blend Averagely the sleeping area is used only ones a day, so it is quite a clever solution the staircase that leads towards the bed niche to be movable and if necessary to free the space for the daily activates. Put your bedroom into a movable cube — fun on wells Resolving the problems with privacy, space, and static border — this colorful bed box project is offering a moveable, cozy and fun solution for small apartments with contemporary design.

Saving Space with a Suspended Bedroom This dynamic composition for modern small home is located in London and offers charming focal accent of a suspended bed above active working area with trendy furniture pieces. Make use of the space behind the sofa The fresh and artistic design of this tiny apartment will guarantee comfortable living space for more than one person — with its light emanation and multiple sitting zones, and chill-out niches, unique space design offers many opportunities for relaxation and privet quiet space.

Movable wall in combination with folding wall bed This high-tech, dynamic solution is up to free a lot of space for modern urban dwellings. Partially hiding the bed in the closed Undertaking the challenge of renovating this tiny Milanese apartment and giving it a youthful and functional atmosphere that it will turn its 28 sq. Minimalism takes hold — live part of the premises empty The designers of this contemporary project — a stylish home located in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, Australia had searched its inspiration in modern minimalism but also in the funny word of Mighty Mouse.

Elevating the kitchen and hiding the bed underneath The dynamic design of this Parisian mini-apartment hides different functional levels and multiple materials and colors combinations.

Turn the bedroom it into a sculptural element This contemporary design creation of French architects Emmanuel Combarel and Dominique Marrec offers an entirely new aesthetic experience of a bedroom space introducing unusual solutions for small spaces.

But the star of this apartment , as you'll find in any stylish hotel room, is the comfortable bed decked out in high thread count sheets. When it comes to small space decorating, nothing beats the magical room expanding powers of low profile, midcentury furniture.

Compared to many contemporary styles, midcentury designs sit much closer to the floor, which makes ceilings and windows appear taller. If you have high ceilings, you can magically whip up more livable square footage with a loft bed. But the second level isn't the only reason this Scandinavian charmer appears much larger than its actual size. Together they blur where the ceiling starts creating an open and airy effect. Room warming accents in metal and leather keep the bright, white interior from feeling antiseptic.

If you're obsessed with storage, another exciting feature is the staircase with built-in drawers. The first order of business was creating a multifunctional area for both sleeping and socializing. A beautifully styled bed that doubles as a sofa carved out the perfect spot.

A leggy desk and also two small tables that don't detract from the room's openness add function. When it comes to optimizing itty-bitty studios , Graham Hill is a wizard at making them feel twice their size.

His company, LifeEdited, works with architects and developers in the creation of ultra livable micro-apartments. Hill's current project is a square foot studio that he shares with his partner and their two dogs. Keeping the layout fluid is key to making their home multifunctional. Versatile pieces like a modular sofa and expanding coffee table can quickly transform Hill's living room into a dining room. See the storage wall across from the TV? It conceals a Murphy bed. A rug in front enhances the sense of separation between all three areas.

Placing furniture near the foot of your bed is another great way to create a little separation between the living and sleeping areas. Does your studio have a hallway entryway? Keep your main living area clutter free by keeping storage and display furniture in the entryway. If you own your studio apartment, consider investing in clever built-ins and flexible furniture. Features like these will not only make your space feel huge but may also add value to your home when it's time to sell. Here are some design goals to inspire.

The built-in cabinet wall behind the sofa conceals a Murphy bed. The unit below the TV provides extra room to keep stuff out of sight.

128,000
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191 m2 | 5 bedrooms | 8 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
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You may be able to find more information on their web site. Versatile pieces like a modular sofa and expanding coffee table can quickly transform Hill's living room into a dining room.

See the storage wall across from the TV? It conceals a Murphy bed. A rug in front enhances the sense of separation between all three areas. Placing furniture near the foot of your bed is another great way to create a little separation between the living and sleeping areas.

Does your studio have a hallway entryway? Keep your main living area clutter free by keeping storage and display furniture in the entryway. If you own your studio apartment, consider investing in clever built-ins and flexible furniture. Features like these will not only make your space feel huge but may also add value to your home when it's time to sell.

Here are some design goals to inspire. The built-in cabinet wall behind the sofa conceals a Murphy bed. The unit below the TV provides extra room to keep stuff out of sight. Dividing up space for different uses in a box-shaped studio with low ceilings only seems challenging. The trick is using the right furniture. This easy to copy layout places a full-sized bed near a low profile sofa to create additional seating.

A room divider at the head of the bed is the tallest object in the apartment. It carves out a dining nook decorated with industrial-inspired furniture. Sick of looking at the kitchen while in bed? You can make your bedroom feel more private with a partition. There are a variety of things that will get the job done, from folding screens to built-in sliding doors. But we prefer the simplicity of this room divider curtain spotted in an apartment at White Stone Studios in Phoenix.

If you're looking for a solution that won't block sunlight, this unit is the perfect small space partition. It also provides practical storage, which nearly every studio apartment needs. Since the walls are bare, the colorful floor covering makes a big stylish statement. What's the piece de resistance? The Lucite storage chest. Make Binge Watching Better. Consider what would make you happier at home. Continue to 2 of 12 below. Turn Your Studio into a Boutique Hotel. Continue to 3 of 12 below.

Decorate Like a Mad Man. Continue to 4 of 12 below. Lofty Aspirations. Continue to 5 of 12 below. Double Duty Sofa.

Continue to 6 of 12 below. Presto, Change-o Layout. Continue to 7 of 12 below. Work Every Nook. This little nest makes the most of every nook and cranny to create three separate living areas.

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Prices are going up in this area.

Average price in this area: 1,494 €/m2

The cheapest property in this area: Rent to own detached house in Alcobendas, 0

The most expensive property in this area: Hotel for sale in Nueva Andalucía, Marbella, 65,000,000 €

Cheapest areas: Aragon, Castile and Leon, Estremadura

Most expensive areas: Melilla, Balearic Islands, Andalusia

Prices are going down in the areas: Madrid, Andalusia, Canary Islands.

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