By Jacelyn Hymas. interior. Published at Sunday, August 12th, 2018 - 15:05:37 PM.
Don't do your design a disservice! Each section of your open concept layout serves a distinct purpose. Your goal should be making each section of your space feel like a room unto itself. even if there aren't any walls or doors for separation.It doesn't take much to transform a design from “strictly functional” to “purposefully designed.”
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.
Before you run out and buy dividers. it's important to determine where. and how. you're going to use them.Classic room dividers work best in areas where you truly do need a little more privacy—consider them for the area around your bed. However. to avoid making your space feel too separated. opt for a divider that lets natural light shine through. Open shelving is an excellent option. as it provides the added benefit of additional storage.
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.