STUDIO APARTMENT DESIGN
Not everyone can buy huge apartments today. Small and cozy studio apartments, in which you can easily place everything you need for life and comfort, are becoming more and more popular. The design of the studio apartment is so diverse and multifaceted that even such seemingly small rooms can be made spacious and bright.
Each of us is trying to realize all our ideas and decisions. The open space of the apartment is another chance to emphasize your individuality and sense of taste. Thanks to modern mobile partitions, we can divide the studio apartment into zones, separating the wardrobe, bedroom and relaxation area. An important role in the planning of the interior is played by the separation of the living area and the kitchen area, where we often feel a lack of lighting and space. In such cases, designers recommend paying attention to light-colored finishing materials, which will bring lightness, cleanliness and visually increase the space to the interior.
The small square of the room does not involve the use of a large amount of furniture. Most often, the owners of such apartments opt for a built-in wardrobe or a small dressing room with sliding doors.
Original and practical is the use of small hanging drawers that can be placed along the entire wall. It is preferable that they be made in the same color scheme with the walls, so the boxes will not attract attention and will save space as much as possible.
For rooms of a small area, designers recommend adhering to a minimalist style – use only the necessary furniture and a minimum of decor. Avoid massive and large details in the interior, focusing more on its lighting. Thanks to the use of several types of fixtures, you can visually increase the area and make the atmosphere in the apartment more comfortable and warm.
ZONING OF THE ROOM
Before starting repair work and creating the interior of the room, it is necessary to determine the location of the main zones. First of all, choose a place for a bath and toilet, which must be separated from the main area by additional partitions. Then divide the remaining space into a zone for cooking, daytime rest and night sleep. For zoning the premises, you can use wooden partitions with large cells on which you can place the necessary personal items, books, notebooks, etc.