12 Tiny-Ass Apartment Design Ideas to Steal. By MessyNessy. May 7, 2016. SHARE. Facebook. F. Twitter. T. Pinterest. P. Just when I think I've seen the tiniest studio apartments in Paris making efficient use of every last inch of space, I love this idea of using the foot of the bed as a
In a studio apartment, it makes sense to choose as many double-duty furniture pieces as you can. Don't just choose a bed — find one that has built-in storage underneath. If you don't have room for a dining table, choose a coffee table that's big enough for you to sit at when you have your meals.
The kitchen and living space in this 330-square-foot New York City studio apartment is kept spare to minimize visual clutter and maximize space. The floor-to-ceiling kitchen cabinetry provides storage, while a compact table does double time for dining and working. A sleek, compact kitchen doubles as the base for a lofted bed to add extra space.
Watch the construction of our DIY studio apartment room divider. Using simple IKEA PAX sliding wardrobe doors with frosted glass inserts. This video is part
Your studio apartment will feel more pulled together if the walls are painted one unified color. "I tend to paint small spaces all one color, so it doesn't break up the flow," says Fenimore. "Not to say that accent walls can't be achieved, but these are better served in larger spaces, behind beds, or in an entry.
The couple who moved into this studio apartment featured on IKEA Hackers could not bear the idea of having a bed in their tiny living room. So they came up with an ingenious hack to conceal their mattress. Their project shares how to turn two PAX closet doors into a built-in room divider that glides across a ceiling track.