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Small, Smart Studios with Slick, Simple Designs

Small, Smart Studios with Slick, Simple Designs


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The simplicity of a studio apartment is beautiful in and of itself. Whether an artists bed is hidden away behind a curtain or a modern, urban couple isnt afraid to simplify in the city, there are so many different ways to indulge in creative design in such a small space. The apartments featured here are each contemporary and chic, opening up the idea of studio living to anyone who is willing to try an open door policy.

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  • Designer: Igor Glushan
The first studio comes from design Igor Glushan. The simple Saint Petersburg space was designed for a modern technology employee. By keeping the design fairly simple, with a very basic gray and white color palette, the space is easily adapated to many different personalities. Of course, the neutral colors also serve to open up the space, allowing for more light and a brighter feeling overall.

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  • Visualizer: Lopatin Philippe Catherine Harutyunyan
The next studio home from from visualized Lopatin Philippe and Catherine Harutyunyan. They have chosen to name the space “Wood Stone” and the entire area is just under 50 square meters (538 square feet). Designing a studio always means find a way to fit in a comfortable sleeping area without taking up too much space or forcing the occupant onto a sofa. This apartment does an incredible job of this by creating a visual separation using wood slats, but not actually closing of the ‘bedroom’ from view. As a result, it feels like a separate room without cutting into any of the overall area impression.

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  • Visualizer: Newzboy
The final studio comes from visualizer Newzboy. We can immediately see some similarities with this space and the previous two. For instnace, a netural color palette is quite prominent, although this apartment uses more natural elements like wood and marble to create a warm effect. The wood slat room dividers are also in use here to keep the bed separate from the living area. A balcony with an outdoor eating area gives this particular home a bit more space inside without sacrificing necessary entertaining area.

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