No bedrooms? No problem.
Decorating a studio apartment is easy! The key is to always be thinking of ways to maximize your space. Efficiency is where it’s at…no pun intended.
Try these quick space saving ideas when decorating your studio:
Futon- Getting a Futon is a great way to maximize space. During the day…if you aren’t a vampire…you can have it folded up as a couch, but at night..when its time to sleep or pass out…easily unfold it into a bed. There are actually some very comfy and affordable futons out there. I slept on one as my bed for two years and slept like a baby.
Entertainment Center/Dresser- You might also look into finding a dresser that has enough top space to house your TV, X-Box, and Stereo. This will help save the space you would need on having two separate pieces of furniture. The biggest bonus is that it is really easy to watch your Soaps while you fold and put away your clothes. How sweet is that?
Storage- Find creative ways to store things like tupperware under the couch or a shoe rack by the door. Go beyond just shoving the ironing board in the hall closet. There’s usually space underneath the dresser or on top of the kitchen cabinets.
Get Fun With The Trash Can- You may think I’m joking, but a great way to decorate in a small space is with something that you have to have. Instead of using the traditional waste basket…get a used over-sized football toybox. Usually has a lid and works great. If thats not your thing…always use a little waste basket under the sink.
Go Wireless- Make sure and set up your internet with wireless. You don’t want to be tied down anywhere in a small space. Set up a wireless router and get a laptop so you can use anywhere in your apartment. A small stool in the kitchen area turns the kitchen counter quickly into a computer desk. Just make sure and not get too close to the sink. Water ruins computers.
Best of luck in your new apartment! Have any great decorating ideas for a studio apartment? Drop by ApartmentHomeLiving.com and share it. Stop by if you are looking for an apartment too!
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