This studio apartment design is both stylish and practical thanks to Mid-Century-Modern furniture. Take, for example, the platform with narrow tapered legs (a hallmark of mid-century style), which allows for ample below bed storage, leaving room for cut accents.
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.
Every inch of a studio apartment counts, even the awkward space behind the sofa! To make good use of this otherwise wasted nook, we love the idea of adding a desk. Keeping the desk out in the open like this not only is a smart solution for small squarefootage, but it might entice one to keep it tidy too!
Wheater you live in a studio apartment or a dorm, small rooms can be challenging to design. For those who need a workspace and have limited space, try adding a desk next to your bed. The desk doubles a second nightstand but is large enough to double as a work surface.
This small home office provides functionality while keeping the glam look intact. Neutrals are the base of this glam office, but shimmery accents are the heart of this style. These metallic elements give the whole room a glinting brilliance that is complemented by the neutral wall, rug, and accessories.
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