Contemporary interiors continue to prove that there are no small spaces or bad layouts. All imperfections in space can be hidden using the principles of zoning, as well as by correctly choosing colors, decor and furniture. To inspire you, we have created a selection of 10 beautiful studio apartment designs. Happy viewing!
1. Interior design of a one-room apartment, Moscow
This “odnushka” is 43 sq.m. located in a Stalinist building and was supposed to be rented out. The project designer Daria Nazarenko decided to move away from the universal design typical for this type of property and created an interior with individual features. Small details, such as panels or patterned textiles, reflect the tastes of the hostess, turning into bright accents against the background of restrained finishes.
Naturally, one of the main tasks was to save precious square meters, of which there are so few in the apartment. All partitions were dismantled, transforming the space into a kind of studio.
Multifunctional furniture played an important role. So, in the middle of the room there is an object that simultaneously serves as a table, a console behind the sofa and a small partition that smoothly divides the room. The spacious bed was built into a special niche, and the bathroom was hidden behind a sliding door.
2. Design of a one-room apartment in the loft style
This project is an excellent example of how to make modern housing for a bachelor out of an apartment that was inherited from a grandmother, killed over the years. And it is also proof that even a loft that loves a lot of free space can fit into the interior of a 38 sq.m. studio apartment.
The designers from the studio “Odnushechka” had to deal with a room with a complex geometric shape, as well as an angular arrangement. Removing the extra partitions, three large windows appeared in a small room at once, which let in a large amount of light and make it more spacious. The small bathroom has been enlarged by a corridor.
Almost all furniture is made to order, adjusting to the specifics of the interior. They decided to replace the table with a bar counter that separates the living space from the kitchen. Different wall finishes make the design of the apartment more varied and complex.
3. Design of a one-room apartment for a girl
One-room apartment with an area of 42 sq.m., designed by Evgeniya Ermolaeva, is located in the Moscow region. The hostess prefers environmental friendliness, so the designer has added as many trees and plants as possible to the interior. The bedroom is hidden in a kind of glass dome, bringing a sense of lightness.
To save space, it was decided to minimize the dining room, which is limited to small chairs and a bar counter. Also in the apartment there was a place for a home theater and a spacious built-in wardrobe in the hallway area.
4. Design of a one-room apartment in the style of pop art
Another project from Evgenia Ermolaeva, which clearly demonstrates that even bright and eccentric pop art can look beautiful in a one-room apartment with an area of only 37 sq.m. “Odnushka” is designed for a young couple, which doubles the complexity of the initial requirement: to accommodate everything you need for life.
The redevelopment included the dismantling of the balcony, the expansion of the opening between the kitchen and the corridor, the allocation of the working area with the help of a podium-step. The designer wanted to keep the double bed, while creating space for a full living room. A transforming bed in the closet helped to cope with this task. A large wardrobe was placed along the wall, which serves as the main storage place in the apartment. Mirrors on its sliding doors help to visually expand the area.
The color palette is based on the contrast of muted and bright hues. The floor pattern helps in the zoning of the space, highlighting each zone. Despite its small size, the interior looks stylish and aesthetically pleasing.
5. Design of a one-room apartment for a young family
Designers from the Novosibirsk studio Artugol managed to combine in a small one-room apartment with an area of 40 sq.m. rationality, individuality and aesthetics, decorating all this with notes of brutality.
The layout includes a living room, a bedroom with a large bed, a kitchen, a bar area, and a separate bathroom. The contrast of cold and warm colors with deep textures gives the space a special style.
It was possible to select a niche for the bedroom with the help of a built-in wardrobe, which divided the hallway and the room. The bed is on the podium, which acts as an additional storage space.
Horizontal wooden panels seem to frame the space, making it visually wider and more comfortable. Using one palette of three colors enhances this effect, creating a cohesive and complete look.
6. One-room apartment in the style of minimalism
The customers wanted to transform this small one-room apartment of 40 sq.m. into a modern apartment filled with lightness and air. Oksana Tsymbalova from the House of the Sun studio worked on the project and managed to embody all the smallest nuances in the interior.
The dwelling consists of a bedroom, living room, kitchen, small dining room, bathroom and ample storage space. To achieve this result, the designer took the principle of functionality as a basis, using every square meter, while maintaining the same desired space and lightness.
After the redevelopment, a small utility block appeared in the apartment, which was created by increasing the bathroom and moving the door.
The kitchen area includes a corner kitchen. To save space, the furniture creates a single line, leaving free space. The height of the ceilings made it possible to organize storage space at the full height of the walls. At the same time, stylistic unity and light colors smooth out all the corners, leveling the clutter.
In the bedroom area there is a workplace, which is separated from the living room by a wooden partition with an interesting texture.
7. Design of a one-room apartment from studio Galaxio
This apartment is very suitable for having only one, but spacious room of 45 sq.m. Thanks to multifunctional furniture, the space looks very stylish, and each area smoothly flows into another.
A small partition divides the kitchen area and the work area, which fits into a niche next to the window. The layout is L-shaped, while the dining area is designed as a corridor. The bedroom, which includes a bed and two bedside tables, was placed behind a translucent rounded partition, thereby hiding it from prying eyes.
The interior of the apartment has benefited from the use of modern style, which is embodied here in the flowing forms of furniture, natural colors and smooth surfaces. This combination expands the area and does not overload the room with unnecessary details.
8. Design of a one-room apartment in Kiev
Designed by Martins Architects, this one-room apartment has virtually no boundaries, even where they are needed. Here it was also decided to hide the bedroom behind a glass partition, but this time transparent, in which you can retire with curtains.
Zoning is provided by different colors and materials. So, the kitchen area is highlighted with black brickwork walls, as well as light glossy furniture, which stand in contrast to the white, green and brown colors of the rest of the interior. These varied designs are brought together by a light wood floor and a white ceiling.
9. Interior design of a one-room apartment of 54 sq.m.
Spanish designer Hector Luis-Velasquez knows exactly how to work with space. His project called “The Ceramic House” is something on the borderline between design and art. Everyone can interpret the snow-white “nudity” in their own way, as well as the fluidity of the interior, but it will not be superfluous to take a few ideas into account.
Note that the highlight of the apartment was the high ceilings, which made it possible to extend the space upward, erasing any boundaries. Floor, ceiling, walls smoothly flow into each other, creating a multi-level and functional structure.
The volume of the interior is created by playing with perspective, geometry and colors. The white finish is enriched by the ceramics that inhabit the apartment, giving it a truly Spanish character.
The entrance hall is located slightly below the main level and opens out to a large window, separated from the kitchen area by a low partition. The most interesting area of the room is the bedroom: it is located on the second level, as if “hanging” over the kitchen.
10. Design of a one-room apartment, New York
Foreign designers continue to amaze with original approaches to organizing small spaces. We invite you to move to New York for a short time and look into a one-room apartment of 36 square meters, on which the duo of professionals – Braden Caldwell and Michael Chen worked.
This transformable apartment is capable of changing depending on the needs of its inhabitants. For example, at night there is a bed that miraculously hides in the wall, revealing a complete wardrobe. But if you move the wall and unfold the TV, you get a living room and a comfortable study.
The dining area includes seating for four people, while drawers and “sterile” whiteness of the kitchen visually increase the space. A great option for those who don’t like consistency, even at home.
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