4 Fabulously Stylish Studio Apartments

Studio apartments are becoming popular all over the world. In some places this is out of necessity, there simply isn’t enough space to build new housing. Some builders are trying this new concept out of a desire to conserve energy and space, and to help others who are looking to simplify their lives. The open floor plan, sometimes less expensive rates, and lower energy bills are some reasons the latest generations are flocking to space saving flats.

As we will show you in these 4 fabulous studio apartments, down-sizing doesn’t mean giving up on style. To the contrary, it often gives one a chance to show their style in concentrated areas.


Visualizer: Julia Butova  

This one bedroom apartment uses space wisely, but doesn’t compromise when it comes to style. A white backdrop keeps this living room bright and airy. A low back color block sectional provides seating with and adds color to the room. The floor to ceiling geometric iron wall plaque emphasizes the height of the ceiling.


Visualizer: Juliya Butova  

Another view of the living area shows the box cutout in the ceiling that has an unfinished look. The flow of the seating works well in the rectangular shaped room that leads to the doorway.


Visualizer: Juliya Butova  

Here we get a great shot of the window that provides the lighting and highlights the beauty of the light ash floors.


Visualizer: Juliya Butova  

The wall is stepped back slightly, giving a spot for stereo equipment and storage. Next to the large screen television is a unique piece of art used to share a quote with visitors.


Visualizer: Juliya Butova  

In this room, space is saved with bed mats placed right on the floor giving the room a Zen quality. Uncomplicated shelves are used above the bed as a bookshelf.


Visualizer: Juliya Butova  

Even a nice seating area is possible in this space. The yellow from the pillows just across the room is used in this mat seating and abstract art gives the room even more personality.

The kitchen right off of the bedroom features straight lines and has a natural wood look to the panel cabinets. The counter extends out into a white bar providing seating.


Visualizer: Juliya Butova  

These black webbed chairs add a touch of whimsy. To the right we get a shot of the wooden platform used in the bedroom.


Visualizer: Juliya Butova  

A large black pendant lamp hangs over the bar. Shelves in the kitchen, like the rest of the room were kept simple and functional.


Visualizer: Oksana Zayats  

This monochromatic studio apartment is where function meets fashion. All in this one room is where you will find the bedroom, closet, living, and kitchen. Just behind the grey shuttered doors is the wardrobe. The rug indicates the seating area.


Visualizer: Oksana Zayats  

The melamine cabinets are sleek. Two plaid upscale bean bag chairs and small table serve as a sitting area.


Visualizer: Oksana Zayats  

A mirror reflects the door and opens up the space further. Two pendant lights shine down on the gold storage ottoman.


Visualizer: Oksana Zayats  

In the foyer we find black textured walls, wood floors that extend up to make a baseboard, and storage cabinets that blend into the wall.


Visualizer: Oksana Zayats  

Next to the black door, art panels in geometric shapes are hung.

A projector hangs from the ceiling with the screen just over the bed for movie night. Colorful abstract art leans on the wall behind the bed. The wood floors seem to have creeped up the wall, giving the bed a headboard.


Visualizer: Oksana Zayats  

Green was used on the opposite wall that surrounds the picture window that looks down on the city below.


Visualizer: Oksana Zayats  

The bathroom of this flat is just as minimalistic as the rest of the home. Grey and crème tile was used on the floor and walls.


Visualizer: Oksana Zayats  

A tankless commode is used, saving space and conserving water.


Visualizer: Oksana Zayats  

Panel doors hide bathroom essentials and linens and the counter top is left uncluttered.


Source: Alvem  

This shabby chic studio apartment uses an eclectic mix of furnishings, foliage, and varying textiles to carry off its look.


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A blue chenille sofa is paired with cane chairs and decked out with microfiber pillows in pink and gold.


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A pull out desk to the left of the living area provides a spot for getting a little work done or having a meal.


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Around the room greenery and bamboo abound. Here we see the quarter wall that divides the living area from the resting area.


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A simple light wood leaning bookshelf provides a space for accessories and storage.


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The inside of the dividing wall has nooks for books. Lighting for the space is provided by two wall lamps.


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The use of the dividing wall gives privacy without closing off the living room.


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This galley kitchen dons all white, making it appear larger. The straight lines and lack of hardware elongates the room and keeps the look clean.


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The window at the far side of the kitchen helps to open up the space and provides sunlight.


Visualizer: Alexandra Paul  

Lavish can be used to describe the one-room loft. Going small doesn’t mean skimping on luxury. A small right arm sofa component with wood table is used with an oval coffee table.


Visualizer: Alexandra Paul  

The bedroom, living, and dining can all be seen from this one spot. This two seat bar table sits just behind the sofa.


Visualizer: Alexandra Paul  

The stone wall that holds the television is dotted for an added visual effect in the room. Also on the wall is a sofa table providing storage and a small desk area. Pendant lighting in different shapes and finishes add to the opulence.


Visualizer: Alexandra Paul  

Everything in this apartment has a low profile, keeping all views unobstructed and making the space appear larger. Here, dark wood floors are coupled with a beige rug.

A glass partition is used between the living and bedroom to provide privacy.


Visualizer: Alexandra Paul  

The bedrooms back wall is done in wood paneling and seems to be encased in glass. Gold sheers can be pulled to give extra privacy.


Visualizer: Alexandra Paul  

The back wall is used to share special places in art, hatboxes and accessories in lilac add an air of femininity. Low nightstands with simple legs provide storage without taking over the room.


Visualizer: Alexandra Paul  

The foyer gives us another look at those detailed concrete walls. Black framed art is used mimicking the black in the door.


Visualizer: Alexandra Paul  

This mirrored wall is actually a door. The closet and storage space is just behind it.

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