Studio apartments have risen to fame in metropolitans over the past few years owing to their no-nonsense nature and affordability. We believe these modern spaces sans divisions have a ton of designing potential. So, here are some of our best-kept secrets to make a tiny studio apartment look and feel inviting.
1. We put the “art” in Partition
Partitioning is crucial in studio apartments to designate the right spot for the right purpose. Get creative when it comes to partitioning. You can use a sleek see-through glass partition that allows the flow of light. Thus, making your room look spacious. However, if you want to optimize your space, consider using a large bookshelf as a partition and storage unit at the same time. If you want a budget-friendly partition option, then consider using curtains. These humble wonders do the job perfectly well and can be customized according to your style and taste.
2. Turn your bed into a daybed
Day beds serve as a seating unit for your guests by the day and turn into your slumber bubble by the night. Invest in a great plushy mattress and use loads of cushions and throw pillows to create an inviting seating arrangement. Don't be shy of experimenting with cushion covers. Try different colors, textures, and graphics that reflect your personality. Add some soft texture to the mix with a warm throw blanket.
3. Go monochrome
The fashion world isn’t the only space that’s reaping the benefits of going monochrome. Interior decorators in Noida are using a single color to color the entire room to create the illusion of space. This works best when we use neutral and/pale shades like white, beige, taupe, powder blue, lilac, and likes. Make sure to choose your linen, curtains, and decor elements in complementary colors. Designers also incorporate their in-depth knowledge of color psychology to bring the space to life.
4. Furniture that multitasks
Invest in furniture that can serve multiple purposes. Say a bed with a storage unit, an ottoman that can be used for seating, as well as a table or modular sofa, are game-changers when it comes to making the most of limited floor space. Make use of vertical wall space by investing in hanging shelves and platers to accessorize. However, make sure to not go overboard and keep things clean and minimalistic.
5. Give the illusion of height
Fix your curtain rod as high as possible and hang your curtains long. This draws the eye upwards, giving the illusion of vertical space. Instead of inverting in floor lamps or the traditional bedside lamp, go for sconce lights or a gorgeous chandelier. Create a gallery wall of art or use one bold piece but hang them high on the wall.
There are many more ways to make your tiny apartment look envious. It is even more crucial to consult a professional designer when you have a tiny space than when you have a palatial home. Contact designers like us who know how to bring modern interior decorators in Noida and make the most of your available space.