Interesting Layout And Lots Of Smart Features In A Small Swedish Studio

Although size is important in the case of any apartment, there are ways to work around the lack of space. The layout can solve the problem and there are also numerous interior design solutions which facilitate comfortable living in a small space.

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Take this studio apartment for example. It measures only 34 square meters which is barely enough to accommodate a living space and a bedroom. So where do all the functions fit in this space? Well, the sleeping area is on a whole different level. It’s a semi-private space suspended above the entrance. This leaves plenty of room on the ground floor for other things.

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A comfortable sitting area is placed in front of the two windows. This way it gets plenty of light and the rest of the room remains open and spacious.

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Several elements are clusters in this particular portion of the room. The sofa in combination with the coffee table and the armchair form a typical lounge area but the armchair alone also forms a cozy reading corner with plenty of light coming through the windows and with a lamp to its left just in case. The entertainment center is also here and it supports the TV. All these elements form a comfortable and inviting space and they’re all brought together in harmony by the artwork and that beautiful area rug.

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The staircase which offers access to the sleeping area is multifunctional. It also doubles as a storage space, featuring a series of open shelves on which items can be displayed. The wood and steel combination used for the staircase gives it a very interesting look, both chic and industrial. And although that’s not a typical staircase wall, it was beautifully decorated with framed artwork.

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The sleeping area is a very simple space. There’s not a lot of room up there for more than a comfy bed and a shelf on which to rest a book and a lamp.

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The kitchen, which remained hidden until now, is situated to the right, behind a sliding door and past a small hallway which also offers access to the bathroom.

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The exposed brick wall is a very charming feature. It gives the kitchen a warm feel and forms an aclectic décor in combination with the furniture, the amenities and that elegant chandelier.

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Although small, the kitchen doesn’t feel that tiny. That’s partially because there are so many interesting elements that capture our attention and distract us from thinking about the size of this space.

When you put all these individual spaces together, the combination may seem odd at first but then it all starts to make sense and the studio becomes more charming by the second.{found on kaskab}.