- Sep 25, 2017
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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! And take a few lessons from these real-life studio apartment layouts, created by real-life studio apartment dwellers like yourself.
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Above: Sandra's Toronto studio feels surprisingly spacious for an apartment that's only 204 square feet. A trunk next to the bed creates a bit of separation between living and sleeping areas, as well as providing extra storage. And instead of a couch, Sandra has opted for a single comfy chair — just right for an apartment for one.
Linsey creates a separation between the living and sleeping areas of her West Village studio with a simple trick: placing the sofa and the bed on opposite walls. This helps to define the two spaces and eliminates that hotel-room feeling that comes from sitting on a sofa that's right next to the head of your bed. It also leaves space for a small work area at the foot of the bed.