The studio apartment is a dynamic concept that’s increasing in popularity as living spaces become more expensive and scarcer. That’s why today, small living spaces known as studio apartments, efficiency apartments, or bachelor pads, are all the rage. However, getting the most out of a small space requires interior decorating expertise. This one-room apartment by SOLO, is laid out in muted shades; thereby, allowing the room to breath. Neutral shades on the wall and floor enhanced with white trim is ideal for this small, yet practical space. It’s an ideal example of functional interior design.
There are usually no walls to divide the space in a one-room flat. Of course, in this distinctively designed living space a cooking and dining area is more than likely right off the entryway. All essential features are flawlessly arranged in a compact design for ultimate sustainability. For instance, storage areas are constructed in unique ways. Some are built right into the wall in the kitchen or bathroom, or designed in furniture in order to maintain optimal usage of the living space.
A fantastic way to complement a small space is with mirrors. Mirrors enlarge walls, enhance lighting, and diverts the eye from any layout imbalances. Mirrors placed in the proper position, solve a multitude of design impasses. Which is why they are used just as much in large areas as small ones.
The neutral color floor works wonders in this studio flat along with the many windows that allow natural light to easily illuminate the space. The window dressings are complementary to the overall décor as well. What’s more, the furnishings are neutral not necessarily in color but gender. This lovely flat could be the residence of a male or female or both. It’s extremely genderless and appealing.
The position of the desk and chair near the windows is practical and creates a nice little niche for a home office. In addition, the furnishings are aesthetically pleasing. The large flat screen TV perfectly suits the space as well. The mint-green sofa adds just the right level of contrast together with the low pile accent rug. They both meticulously enhance the overall décor.
Distinctive accents like the retro styled floor lamp, floor to ceiling paned mirror, and two tiered coffee table, add a modernistic appeal. Bookshelves make homes feel more homelike. The bookshelves in this small flat add a certain intimacy that contributes personality to the living space.
Putting the ideal furnishings together in a small area is no small feat. Space is minimal and furniture selections must be decided based on which pieces offer the most functionality. A minimal amount of decor is utilized in this studio apartment to make it more functional. Additional enhancements give the space that wow factor. It’s an awesome arrangement that works!