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.
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.
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
Studio #2 – 35 m² / 377 ft²
Photos: Kvarteret Mäkleri
Studio #3 – 20 m² / 215 ft²
Photos: Janne Olander for Stadhsem
Studio #4 – 34 m² / 366 ft²
Studio #5 – 23 m² / 247 ft²
For more inspiring small homes, have a look at the dedicated section in my Inspiration Gallery.
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