Multipurpose Space

A Mid-Century-Inspired Home Office

A Mid-Century-Inspired Home Office

We love the mid-century design inspiration found in this home office. The clean lines. The neutral color palette. And we love that, with this daybed, this office can double as a guest room when the need arises!

Build a Bar Open Concept Eating Area

Build a Bar Open Concept Eating Area

This basement living room needed some additional seating and a place for eating. The designer was clever and placed two console tables side by side with some stools behind the sectional in view of the tv and voila dinner and a show.

A Chic Multi-Purpose Home Office

A Chic Multi-Purpose Home Office

Many people don’t have the luxury of separate spaces for a home office and guest bedroom. But this room is proof that a multi-purpose space like this can be quite chic! Tucking your desk under built-in shelves creates a distinct workspace. And opting for a daybed rather than a traditional bed makes the space feel less dual-purpose when not hosting guests.

Modern Dining Group Work Setup

Modern Dining Group Work Setup

They say that the family that plays together stays together. With many families preparing for another year of homeschooling due to COVID-19 we'd suggest that the family work well together stay together. We put together this home works space with a dining table as a desk, so everyone in the family can work in tandem.

Home Office And Guest Bedroom

Home Office And Guest Bedroom

Do you and your partner both need at-home work stations? And space to host guests? And only have one room in your house to spare for all these uses? Relax — you can create a multi-purpose room that suites all these needs. For hosting guests, opt for a daybed for day-to-day versatility. Then place desks across the room from each other so you each have your own workspace — but opt for matching chairs for a more cohesive look.

Home Office with Dining Table for Family Work Time

Home Office with Dining Table for Family Work Time

They say that the family that plays together stays together. With many families preparing for another year of homeschooling due to COVID-19 we'd suggest that the family work well together stay together. We put together this home works space with a dining table as a desk, so everyone in the family can work in tandem.

Eclectic Dining Room

Eclectic Dining Room

Using neutral chairs around the dining table is the perfect way to make a room feel open and airy. The curved edges of the chairs complement the dining table and add a touch of eclectic style to the dining room.

An Apartment-Sized Sofa

An Apartment-Sized Sofa

If you’re in a small studio apartment, look for a sofa that matches the scale of your space. Many furniture brands offer “apartment” sizes of their furniture designs. These sofas pack a ton of style into compact frames, so they fit even the smallest spaces — like the Holloway Apartment Sofa by Joybird. Pair it with multi-functional pieces like this storage ottoman, which can go from a coffee table to an extra seat, along with offering some added storage!

Create Multi-Use Spaces In Your Studio

Create Multi-Use Spaces In Your Studio

Hanging a mirror above the desk in this studio apartment allows this to double as a vanity and a workstation. The mirror also helps reflect light — a crucial element in a smaller space. An open-back bookshelf allows for additional storage while keeping the overall look light and open.

Stick With A Single Color Palette In A Studio Apartment

Stick With A Single Color Palette In A Studio Apartment

When living in a studio apartment, you want the space to feel cohesive. So, choose a color palette and stick to it. In this space, we used pinks and blues as our color base, then contrasted them with whites and wood tones. To elevate the space, we opted for pops of gold and brass. The result is a multi-functional space that feels intentional and cohesive.

Making Space In A Studio For A Dining Room Table

Making Space In A Studio For A Dining Room Table

Just because you live in a small studio doesn’t mean you have to forgo a dining room table. Simply look for something smaller — like this petite number. We prefer round tables in small spaces, as they allow for more versatile seating arrangements. And its pedestal base keeps the table from feeling visually heavy.

Serene Studio Sleep Area

Serene Studio Sleep Area

The sleeping section of this studio apartment actually feels quite spacious. It features a queen-size upholstered bed and two nightstands with plenty of room to spare. The space is kept open by utilizing the V Bookcase/Room dividers to separate the zones without closing them off completely. The gray and blue tones have a calm and relaxing effect, perfect for a good night's sleep.

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