Yes, It's Possible to Live Well in a Studio Apartment—Here's How

Chic is not exactly the first word that comes to mind when we think of studio apartments. Instead, we think of dorm life and cramped quarters. But if you're moving into your first apartment, or simply living in a city with astronomical rent prices (hello, San Francisco and New York!), sometimes an open-plan space is your best option (goodbye, nosy roommates). Prior to moving, you might have night terrors of feeling cramped, cluttered, and generally claustrophobic, but we promise it doesn't have to be the case. Well-designed studios offer plenty of possibilities.

In a nutshell, you should start by editing your possessions to a bare minimum—keeping only those you love. You should also base your furniture selection on pieces that can perform multiple functions, and concentrate on a single aesthetic that speaks to your tastes. Beyond the basics, there are a variety of studio apartment ideas that can help make your space an enjoyable place to be. Ready to brave the scary world of micro living? Find out how to achieve it in high style.

Do you have valuable studio apartment ideas for small space dwellers? Share your wisdom with us.

This story was originally published by Liz Lynch and was updated on October 7, 2017, by Gabrielle Savoie.

Add a Comment

More Stories
1