Studio apartments are becoming popular all over the world. In some places this is out of necessity, there simply isn’t enough space to build new housing. Some builders are trying this new concept out of a desire to conserve energy and space, and to help others who are looking to simplify their lives. The open floor plan, sometimes less expensive rates, and lower energy bills are some reasons the latest generations are flocking to space saving flats.
As we will show you in these 4 fabulous studio apartments, down-sizing doesn’t mean giving up on style. To the contrary, it often gives one a chance to show their style in concentrated areas.
This one bedroom apartment uses space wisely, but doesn’t compromise when it comes to style. A white backdrop keeps this living room bright and airy. A low back color block sectional provides seating with and adds color to the room. The floor to ceiling geometric iron wall plaque emphasizes the height of the ceiling.
This monochromatic studio apartment is where function meets fashion. All in this one room is where you will find the bedroom, closet, living, and kitchen. Just behind the grey shuttered doors is the wardrobe. The rug indicates the seating area.
Next to the black door, art panels in geometric shapes are hung.
A projector hangs from the ceiling with the screen just over the bed for movie night. Colorful abstract art leans on the wall behind the bed. The wood floors seem to have creeped up the wall, giving the bed a headboard.
The stone wall that holds the television is dotted for an added visual effect in the room. Also on the wall is a sofa table providing storage and a small desk area. Pendant lighting in different shapes and finishes add to the opulence.