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Maximize Your Studio Apartment’s Space With These Genius Tips

Just because you are living in a studio apartment, doesn't mean it has to feel like a dark tiny room. Yes, we know you can’t expand your apartment’s sizes, but if you follow some design techniques, you can make a room feel larger. Try these stylish ideas and maybe one day, you may find yourself asking, "Why would I need multiple rooms?"

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Create The Perfect Binge-Watching Space

Don’t worry, if you are not able to create separate living areas. It is always important to do things which makes you happier at home. Want to invite friends toa binge-watching party? You can create a large living room by sacrificing some space for bedroom and dining. In case, if you are not allowed to paint your walls, you can use removable wallpaper. Image Source - i.pinimg.com

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Make Your Own Boutique Hotel

If you keep traveling and your home is just a place for shower and sleep, then you can transform your apartment into a boutique hotel room? You can add a piece of retro furniture, a comfortable bed with thread count sheets and a stylish kitchenette. Image Source -thespruce.com

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Try A Daybed

If you have limited space, you can turn your bed into a daybed. This will help you in using your bed as a couch for extra seating options in the day time to create in your studio. Using a daybed as a couch in the studio apartment is worth considering. Image Source -i.pinimg.com

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Use A Bookshelf As A Room Divider

Due to the openness of a studio apartment, you are not able to divide a room. A great way to do this is to use a tall bookshelf and can block off space for the bedroom. Image Source -fossilbrewing.com

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Break The Rules With Accent Wall

If you're living in a studio apartment but hate the idea of looking at a plane wall all the time, then create an accent wall. It’s a great idea for a small space as it creates some visual interest. You can use a bold abstract wallpaper to define the space in the bedroom. Image Source -hgtvhome.sndimg.com

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Maximize Your Studio Apartment’s Space With These Genius Tips

Just because you are living in a studio apartment, doesn't mean it has to feel like a dark tiny room. Yes, we know you can’t expand your apartment’s sizes, but if you follow some design techniques, you can make a room feel larger. Try these stylish ideas and maybe one day, you may find yourself asking, "Why would I need multiple rooms?"

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Create The Perfect Binge-Watching Space

Don’t worry, if you are not able to create separate living areas. It is always important to do things which makes you happier at home. Want to invite friends toa binge-watching party? You can create a large living room by sacrificing some space for bedroom and dining. In case, if you are not allowed to paint your walls, you can use removable wallpaper. Image Source - i.pinimg.com

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Make Your Own Boutique Hotel

If you keep traveling and your home is just a place for shower and sleep, then you can transform your apartment into a boutique hotel room? You can add a piece of retro furniture, a comfortable bed with thread count sheets and a stylish kitchenette. Image Source -thespruce.com

Pin it {{item.title}}
{{item.title}}

Try A Daybed

If you have limited space, you can turn your bed into a daybed. This will help you in using your bed as a couch for extra seating options in the day time to create in your studio. Using a daybed as a couch in the studio apartment is worth considering. Image Source -i.pinimg.com

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Use A Bookshelf As A Room Divider

Due to the openness of a studio apartment, you are not able to divide a room. A great way to do this is to use a tall bookshelf and can block off space for the bedroom. Image Source -fossilbrewing.com

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Break The Rules With Accent Wall

If you're living in a studio apartment but hate the idea of looking at a plane wall all the time, then create an accent wall. It’s a great idea for a small space as it creates some visual interest. You can use a bold abstract wallpaper to define the space in the bedroom. Image Source -hgtvhome.sndimg.com

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