By Sheryl Pilkington. interior. Published at Saturday, July 21st, 2018 - 08:37:58 AM.
Suddenly. your ceiling becomes less of an afterthought and more of a feature.How to Design a Studio Apartment Layout that WorksSet up a studio apartment layout that works.Designing a studio apartment layout presents its own set of unique challenges. On one hand. you'll want to break up the space in a way that makes sense.
Look into alternatives for the remainder of the apartment. A well-placed sofa or entertainment center separates the space without making your design feel segregated. If you choose either of these options. pick lower pieces you can see over — doing so brings a sense of depth to the room.Make each functional area feel like a finished space of its own. Define each functional area
Ideally. it will also be a wall that doesn't have any doors or windows. so that your new accent wall really stands out. without intrusion.Don't be afraid to make a statement: accent walls are meant to be eye-catching! Now is the time to play with prints and patterns. to add a few metallic accents. or even to create a gallery wall using some family photos.
your best bet is to remove less-necessary pieces until functionality becomes clear again.You'll also want to keep the room unified. Work on finding a few small details—colors. shapes. patterns—that you can repeat in various aspects of your design. This ensures all of your design elements feel intentional. rather than haphazardly thrown together.