Interior Decorating Studio Apartment
Lets face it not all of us have the luxury of owning a private property with vast land areas like a semi-detached house, bungalow, or even a terrace house. Even private apartments with an area of 1000 square feet or more can set you back by singapore one million dollars. The next best thing to do if you are not ready to invest in is to look for a reasonanbly sized studio apartment that would satisfy your immediate needs.These petite size apartments may not be large enough but certainly there are ways to make the interior decorating studio apartment both fun and stylish.
The general rule of thumb is to keep things simple. Visually enlarge your room by keeping the colour palatte neutral. While you may wan to stay clear of using printed wall paper on all walls , there is no reason why you shouldn’t use it on wall in a living room or bedroom as a focal point for some dramatic effects. Featured here are 2 studio apartments that would serve you with some ideas and inspirations for the interior decorating of a studio apartment.
Here is another tiny crib that manages to maximize space and create a cozy living environment as well.
The East Village Studio comes from JPDA Architects, stretches over an area of 46 square meters (500 square feet) and was built as a little “nest” for the owners who also work here. It has all the utilities a common looking contemporary home has and dare we say a lot more.
This original crib has storage space and shelves in the most unusual and unexpected places, reducing clutter and contributing to a clean and fresh interior design. The wood gives this home its warmth which is “intensified” by thefriendly vegetation pots spread around the open studio.
via : JPDA ARCHITECTS
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