16 | In the small bedroom, the bed is snuggled up against the window, making a sunrise awakening that much easier.
28 | A natural wood headboard against a blue-green accent wall is rustic and pretty.
13 | Even a studio apartment can have room to entertain with a sparse dining area like this one.
19 | Visualizer: Alexander KuzmenkoThis next studio is understandably dubbed Green Space, and is in Warsaw, Poland.
6 | A small kitchen with white brick backsplash gives just enough space to cook for one or brew a teapot of tea for a friend. A compact block of knives is useful enough to warrant its counter space.
29 | A mirror in the dining room opens up a small space while curtains over the glass bedroom walls maintain privacy.
1 | Visualizer: Nikolai PyatovOne of the easiest ways to create more space in a studio like this one is through the use of a lofted bed.
31 | Finally, the bathroom design skews towards the traditional with which and wood in use.
7 | Looking out from the kitchen the studio really does feel just as big as it needs to be.
4 | The bed in this studio is far enough from the ceiling that it is comfortable for sleeping but not so claustrophobic as some designs.
24 | An overhead shot really gives a sense of how much the design is done with a careful layout.
5 | Storage is always a question to address in a studio like this one, which measures just 22 square meters, but this lofted storage area is a creative and stylish solution.
23 | This studio is one that does not skimp on bedroom space or sweeping views from a high floor.
10 | An indoor planter gives the natural light that filters in a job to do.
26 | Black brick accent walls are super chic with a hipster lean.
21 | A white kitchen design with funky barstools is a perfect perch for morning nosh.
8 | Wood accents and specific lighting keeps the lofted bedroom feeling cozy instead of cramped.
3 | While the staircase up to the lofted bed takes up a bit of room, it considerably safer and more stylish than a ladder.
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22 | In the bedroom the green glass and brass accents look supernatural and beautiful.
There are plenty of advantages to living in a studio apartment. often, this type of cozy setup means that you get to live in the center of everything, with easy access to all the comforts of urban life, from the hottest restaurants and nightlife to the best and most stylish shops. When a studio is well-designed, it won’t even feel cramped. But one key to a good studio design is the use of natural light. In this post, we’ll explore four different studios that make sure windows and sunlight are maximized so that the homes feel spacious, clean, and beautiful.
25 | Visualizer: Martin ArchitectsThe final studio also makes use of glass walls, albeit not as colorfully.
14 | The concrete planters that house a large desert plant are a industrial addition to the design.
27 | The use of indoor house plants can be very helpful in a small space, to keep the air clean and design vibrant. Here, the bedroom makes use of a funSwiss Cheese Plant.
30 | Cut glass light fixtures are timeliness in the cozy dining area.
12 | A hunter green sofa with red ottomans complement each other and feel creative and playful.
11 | Visualizer: DayProjectONIn the second studio, we see a lot more color and some elements that are a bit more bold, like these unique dining pendants.
17 | To contrast with the bright and playful colors in the main living area, the designer has chosen a much darker palette for the bathroom.
20 | The green glass wall takes center stage in the design, filtering sea green light throughout the apartment.
2 | As sunlight streams in from a recessed window, it makes this reading nook/living area exceptionally welcoming. The swing arm wall lamp is a clever solution to saving space in this tight space.
15 | The kitchen is very open and welcoming of the light streaming in from outside.
18 | Black and red are a little bit mysterious but work together here.