are key for small spaces. Case in point: a bookcase that can double as a nightstand.
to designate specific zones within the studio, whether it be the living, dining, or bed area.
Lacking closet space? Invest in a durable
that can live comfortably within the four corners of your space. Pair it with a textured floor piece to hold accessories.
A clever placement of
can help visually enhance a space. In lieu of a larger piece, consider a gallery wall inspired design with smaller mirrors of a similar make.
When it comes to small spaces,
decorating with neutrals
is key. A muted color scheme can help evoke a sense of a less cluttered space – plus it provides the ideal backdrop for graphic accents and pops of color.
are the less bulky alternative to cabinets, and can often manage to hold the same amount of dish ware or gear.
No small space should be without ample sources of
, whether it be natural or not. Opt for pieces such as sleek sconces or floor lamps that are streamlined to complement the studio’s decor.
that leave the floor clutter-free, allowing more uses for the valuable floor square footage.
set high above the windows create the illusion of higher ceilings. Here’s what you should know.
help keep rogue pillows and throws in check, while providing the room with a textural accent.
mobile kitchen cart
is great for extra storage and counter space – bonus points if it can double as a bar cart!
Find more creative uses for this cart, here!
to separate the “bedroom” from the rest of the living space is crucial for small spaces. We love the idea of a bookshelf that can double as a headboard!
above the sink make great use of the free space, while keeping frequently used items close-at-hand.