Are you looking for original ideas for furnish a studio? Are you a student, or just an artistic person who loves cozy little homes? If so, this article is for you. Here we will give you 50 ideas in photos to create a magnificent student studio decor.
Small tips for furnishing a studio
Small apartments have their charm. It is indisputable! They are most common among young singles, college students, and couples without children. But how to decorate and furnish a house of this type. First, think about freeing up as much space as possible. Often in studios we can’t find space for all our things.
Here’s a wonderful idea: Separate your bed with a large blackout curtain. It’s an easy to install and really functional idea. You will need to install a curtain track and you are ready to go. In this way, you will be able to have complete privacy, ensuring you a restful sleep. Why a blackout curtain. First of all, since it will stop the sun’s rays early in the morning. The negative side is that with it you will make your room appear smaller, but if that doesn’t bother you, it is a really functional option..
The room divider – a super easy way to separate without creating a light barrier
What to do in the kitchen? For her you will need a quality range hood. She will help you with the fight against bad smells in the kitchen. You can also put a sliding door that separates the kitchen. Such an installation would cost you between 100 and 300 euros.
Or use the sliding door to separate the sleeping area
Mezzanine beds are also a good variant to save free space and at the same time to have everything you need. In the images below you will find the proposals of the specialists, selected by our team.
A loft bed to save space
And in general, the choice of smart furniture is of paramount importance to gain precious square meters. For example, dual-purpose furniture is a great tip for freeing up floor space. In fact, the furniture itself is a great idea of separating the various activity areas in your small apartment. Thus, the small kitchen island would be a wonderful idea to separate the kitchen from the living room and the same for the back of the sofa and the headboard which will preserve your privacy in the sleeping area. But still think of a sofa bed, headboard-bookcase, the storage cube-stool and generally any piece of furniture that has the advantage of built-in storage.
Clever furniture is your first ally
Then, it would be better to go for a clean and minimalist style. So avoid piling up unnecessary objects (especially on the ground) as well as overly bulky furniture. If you like small decorative trinkets, consider storing them horizontally instead. This will avoid putting too many things on the ground, so as not to disrupt traffic and create the feeling of grandeur. Furniture on casters is another little tip to free up space when you need it.
Sleek Scandinavian style for a stylish studio
In a studio, light is more important the smaller your space is – natural as well as artificial. Because the problem in large open spaces is linked to the concern to properly illuminate every corner of the room. Natural light is thus intended to be neat and maximized. So, avoid solid barriers and consider using transparent materials and materials. As for artificial lighting, we will seek to increase the number of light sources. Thus, apart from general lighting, the various activity areas must be equipped with direct or functional lighting, so as to avoid the impression of finding yourself in a cave..
Natural light to make the space appear larger
Finally, do not underestimate the power of the chromatic choice either, because the color of the walls and the furniture would also play an essential role in attracting the maximum amount of light. From there, a feeling of airy space that seems bigger than it is. It is for this reason that on the walls, we will prefer light and reflective colors instead of colors that absorb light. The range of neutrals (whites, grays, beiges, earthy tones) in their neutral tones is for example a very nice solution not only to attract light but also to create a timeless and classy decor without stifling the space.
White walls to attract as much light as possible
Here are some very useful tips for creating a comfortable, airy and stylish studio. We hope this will help you to set up your small studio, now enjoy our ideas.
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