If you’re used to suburban sprawl, the idea of living in a studio apartment can be daunting. This type of urban oasis does not have space for an entire home office, a yoga room, or maybe even a bathtub. However, for the right person or couple, studios can be plenty of space. One way to create the illusion of more space and privacy is to add interior walls. The studios featured in this post all have glass walled bedrooms that not only separate the sleeping area from the main living spaces but do so without creating a claustrophobic cave. The glass walls are a beautiful, minimalist design element that let light pass through will still creating the separation that the homeowner might want. Let’s look inside.
The final studio in this post is another example of sleek, modern design that pays homage to the 1980s as well as midcentury stylings. In this type of living room, unique floor lamps are always a good choice, such as the AJ Floor Lamp that is tucked behind the crescent-shaped sofa.
The dining area also makes use of unique lighting with the clustered bulbs that hand over the circular table.
The mint-colored dining chairs and deep red cabinetry show how unique color combinations can work well together.