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.
Studio apartments are notorious for lack of closet space, but that doesn't mean you have to sacrifice square footage to satisfy your storage needs! We love the use of storage beds; they are an ideal solution for a tidy yet stylish bedroom. The Blair Storage Bed from Crate & Barrel does the job beautifully, keeping extra items out of view in a modern and sleek fashion.
A small apartment doesn't have to mean a small bed! If you love to stretch out and need that big bed, get one that offers space for storage. That's why we love this bed from Scout Home, it's lifted off the ground, allowing for storage and baskets underneath.
This office nook is so trendy and chic! Transitional furniture mixed with a black and white palette is a great way to bring some style into your space. Adding a cabinet that offers extra storage space and additional space to showcase more of your decor, is an excellent way to bring more character into the room. It’s traditional, classy, comfortable, and hip!
Do you want to keep things streamlined in your bedroom or just not have the floor space for a dresser? A storage bed is a perfect solution, allowing you to have plenty of room for clothing while keeping everything tidy. The Blair Storage Bed from Crate and Barrel blends dark walnut wood with gunmetal accents and when paired with the overhead distressed black lighting, the result is a rich industrial bedroom.
A large storage bed allows this mid-century-modern bedroom to have a pair-back, unclutter layout while still providing tons of practical storage. We love the way the warm wood tones and pale blue walls give this space a cozy California vibe.
The woodland themed wallpaper adds a playful touch to the room making the room feel charming and sweet! The toy chest adds a cute way to tuck away unsightly toys. While the round mirror brings in rustic flair adding in character. The pale pink curtains and soft-hued throw pillows lend a calming vibe and give the room a perfect finishing touch!
Certain colors, like orange, can be more difficult than others to style. The key is to start with a neutral palette, and then use little splashes of orange in the accessories. Use different tones, and choose orange items that have other complementary colors. A little orange goes a long way!
Clean lines and a neutral color palette are elevated to an elegant sensibility thanks to metallic and floral details in this transitional bedroom. Accents of brass and silver come in through lamps and occasional furniture, while florals are introduced through the art and the bed’s throw pillow. These sophisticated details transform this simple space into a dreamy bedroom retreat.
When designing, adding an unexpected element - whether it’s a difference in style, texture, or material- can really enhance a room. Since there are so many natural materials, we added a metal decorative object to stand out. It’s subtle, but it adds a visual change up making the nightstand decor more interesting.
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