20 Studio Apartment Layouts that Really Work

When it comes to studio apartments, the one thing they all have in common is that they are small and require some creativity to make the most of your space. Although space is always a bit on the cramped side when it comes to studios, they will still vary on their layouts, as to where your sleeping quarters are compared to your sitting area, and your kitchen area.. Some of the layout design can be created on your part. Just by placing your items in a certain fashion, or using makeshift dividers to separate living spaces, you can add to the layout that already exists. If you are living in a studio, or plan to, you might want some ideas on the layouts of these small living quarters to help you optimize your living space. Take a look at some of the ideas we have for you below.

Room dividers

Room and space dividers are perfect for studio apartments where all the square footage is open and one area flows into the next. In order to separate the sleeping area from your sitting room, place a set of bookshelves between the two areas to make a definite divide between the two. Bookshelves are not only great for dividing spaces, but they are decorative and functional. You can use the shelves to house books, knick knacks, plants and other items to help aid in the privacy between spaces. Solid screen dividers are another way to define different areas and create a specific layout of your studio. These come in a wide range of styles and colors so you can make it fit your décor theme. Other dividers can include, cabinet units, entertainment center, curtain of beads, and more.

Type of furniture

Arrange your furniture so that it makes the flow of your studio make sense and have a rhythm to it. Use pieces of furniture that are scaled to size so that you don’t overcrowd your space with large, bulky pieces, or too many pieces in a small area. Often, low-to-the-ground pieces of furniture can make a studio with low-hanging ceilings seem larger and more spacious. One of the most popular types of furniture that follows this example is mid-century styled furniture. It’s stylish and serves a unique purpose of giving you more visual square footage in small spaces.

Storage

Small studios are not often equipped with lots of storage, so create your own with unique storage ideas: baskets that can be hidden away under beds, under furniture, under tables, in cabinets, on shelves and other areas. Instead of a basic coffee table, use a coffee table that doubles as storage, with doors that open, pull-out drawers, or shelves underneath that can hold books and magazines. Having storage ideas in place can help keep your studio layout open for more functional space as opposed to simply housing clutter.

For more on studio layouts, take a look at the following 20 studio apartment layouts that really work.

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