This living room is equal parts refined and relaxed thanks to smart transitional-contemporary styling and a formal symmetrical conversational area. The warm earth tones in the rug and accent chairs keep the eye focused (intently) on the conversational area and it's welcoming style.
When trying to style a small room, it may be best choosing some pieces of furniture that serve two purposes. Using a desk next to a bed and adding a bench at the end of the bed, are great ways to use less furniture and have more space. You can gain more space and have the furniture be more functional by using it for different purposes.
Having all the necessities of a home in a studio apartment is a hard task at times. Adding elements in your bedroom area that may normally not be there will be the new norm. Placing your coffee maker on your dresser can make it so you don't have to add additional pieces and offer dual functionality. Bringing in woven baskets can give you extra storage and tie in the wood-tones into this studio apartment, making it cozy and warm.
Warm textures and earth tones are a great way to bring depth to a minimalist space. Add simple lighting like the wall sconce that can move wherever you need it. Abstract art and geometric printed pillows can add dimension while still staying true to minimalist styling.
Bring the feeling of the outdoors in with natural wood finishes and soft shades of earth-tone colors. Contrasting beautifully with the dark wood chests and accent wall, a light tan bed and bench feel weightless and airy. Pillows with varying shades of brown and tan on the bed tie all the colors in the room together.
Are you low on space in your guest room? We love using a daybed with a trundle to maximize sleeping space for guests! This iron spindle one has classic look, but when paired with modern accessories, this guest room is Instagram worthy!
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