By Jama Wahlen. interior. Published at Sunday, September 09th, 2018 - 07:47:43 AM.
One of the biggest mistakes we see with studio apartment decorating is the desire to make the space feel too utilitarian. This often occurs when people work with limited budgets. and hope to move into larger living arrangements in the future. causing them to neglect investing in their studio's design.
This helps tie your entire studio together in a way that's very easy for the eye to process. It also helps the overall design feel more cohesive.As always. you should follow the 60-30-10 color rule. When working with such limited square footage. we highly suggest having your dominant shade (60%) be a neutral color. in order to open up the space as much as possible.
Just keep in mind that your new hardware should still complement the existing features in your home. creating a totally cohesive look.Add trim to your mirrorsBuilders are notorious for bare-bones bathroom design. especially when it comes to mirrors. They usually provide you with the option to upgrade fixtures and even lighting. but most builder-grade homes simply have unframed mirrors that lack personality.
Swap out your hardware Builder-grade hardware is pretty generic; it's meant to appeal to as many homeowners as possible. Luckily. upgrading your hardware is a quick and easy fix that doesn't require years of builder expertise. Get personal with your hardware: scour flea markets for interesting knobs and latches. or opt for timeless hardware that's more your style.