Designing a studio apartment layout presents its own set of unique challenges. On one hand, you'll want to break up the space in a way that makes sense. On the other, there's no reason for function to override aesthetics. The following design techniques help you achieve the best of both worlds
5 Studio Apartment Layouts that Work — Renters Solutions 5 Studio Apartment Layouts that Work Arranging your furniture is hard enough when all the furniture you own isn't jammed into a single room. But here you are, in your itty bitty one room apartment, generously called a 'studio', and all that stuff has to go somewhere. Take heart!
This studio in NYC's first micro-apartment building designed by nArchitects features transforming furniture and integrated storage that maximizes square footage. The built-in cabinet wall behind the sofa conceals a Murphy bed.
The Traditional Furniture Layout. This particular layout is designed in a traditional format. The furniture includes an apartment-size sofa, an overstuffed chair, a coffee table, an end table and a TV stand. Anchor your space with a large area rug, such as an 8 foot by 10 foot rug.
12 Clever Ideas for Laying Out a Studio Apartment. Abstract art adds a bold splash of citron yellow to the design. From: D2 Interieurs Decorate with furniture that's transparent. Wicker, slatted wood or Lucite chairs and tables will make the space seem bigger if they blend into the
With the openness of a studio apartment, sometimes it's hard to establish a defined floor plan. A great way to do this is to carve out an area in your studio with a large piece of furniture like a bookshelf. In this example from Ikea, they're using a tall shelf to block off some space for a home office.