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Classy Studios with Subtle, Stylish Accents

Classy Studios with Subtle, Stylish Accents


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Creating a stylish studio is never a simple task. When nearly everything is out in the open, the challenge is to find comfort and privacy without the traditional options of walls and doors. The studios featured here have managed to do just that. Each is sophisticated and certainly stylish but in a subtle way that should be much appreciated by the design-minded with an eye towards small spaces.

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  • Visualizer: Maxim Lipovtsev
The first studio comes from visualizer Maxim Lipovtsev and makes no apologies for its minimalism. The visualizer here focused on the linear form and all the myriad ways that could apply to the design of a simple, elegant home. The space is cool and neutral with a few boldly unique elements including a stylized wood slat wall and creative light fixtures. The resulting space is comfortable and chic without feeling overly modern or at all uninviting.

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  • Designer: ART UGOL
The next space from the designers at ART UGOL takes on the challenge of a small kitchen and living area. In the final design, the kitchen is cordoned off with its breakfast bar and disparate flooring but ultimately everything still flows together.

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  • Visualizer: Andrei Erokhin
The third studio takes its inspiration directly from the mid-century modern style but still manages to situate itself in the 21st century. From the sleek armchairs to the spindly barstools, its clean lines are so simple they nearly disappear. Statements are made with plants and light fixtures so as not to take up floor space.

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  • Visualizer: Inna Usubyan
This studio from visualizer Inna Usubyan measures 32 square meters (344 square feet) and works largely in shades of grey. The Moscow apartment was created for a young couple with no children, as a studio space may make an infant difficult. The space takes on privacy by hiding the bed behind a heavy curtain while still leaving space for entertaining.

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  • Visualizer: Timothy Vishnjakov
In visualizer Timothy Vishnjakov’s studio gray also plays a central role, but the shades take a darker turn. Creative room divisions are made with suspended wires, which break up space without closing it in. An open kitchen area completes the home with plenty of white and light.

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  • Designer: DA Architecture
The final studio comes from DA Architecture and is a bit more artistic than some of the others featured here. The designer was not afraid to include color, warmth, and patterns. In a small space like this, a brightly colored pattern runs the risk of making a room feel even smaller and so should be used sparingly.

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