Small Space Roundup: 5 Stylish Studios Under 35 m² / 377 ft²

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Just because your studio apartment is small, doesn’t mean it has to feel like bland student housing. Granted, your options are limited when it comes to furnishing a room meant for sleeping, eating, working, and hanging out. But with some space planning and the right style, you can turn your tiny pad into your perfect little nest.

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Here are a few tips:

  • Have clever storage solutions and multi-purpose furniture.
  • Define spaces with paint to create zones – Sleeping, eating, etc.
  • Use ingenious room dividers – Notice the reclaimed window in studio #5 below.
  • Think like a minimalist.
  • Declutter your space!
  • Use mirrors to reflect the light and make a space feel larger.
  • Make the most of the ceiling height, and add a mezzanine like in studio #4.

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I’ve rounded up 5 Scandinavian studios under 35 m² / 377 ft², all brimming with inspiration – Comment below to tell me which one you prefer!

 

Studio #1 – 22 m² / 237 ft²

Photos: Bosthlm

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Studio #2 – 35 m² / 377 ft²

Photos: Kvarteret Mäkleri

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Studio #3 – 20 m² / 215 ft²

Photos: Janne Olander for Stadhsem

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Studio #4 – 34 m² / 366 ft²

Photos: Entrance

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Studio #5 – 23 m² / 247 ft²

Photos: Anna Malmberg for Fantastic Frank

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For more inspiring small homes, have a look at the dedicated section in my Inspiration Gallery.

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