How to Creatively Place Your Bed in a Studio Apartment

How to Creatively Place Your Bed in a Studio Apartment

Did you know that you don’t need a mansion to enjoy a comfortable and stylish living?

You can make your studio apartment your own minimalist palace. If you can get the bed placement right, laying out the rest of the room would be a bliss.

Studio apartments normally offer limited space as well as limited style and décor options. But with proper placement of furniture, especially the bed, your studio apartment can command style and luxury.

In that light, we present you 4 beautiful studio apartments to get you inspired on how to carve out a bed space in your own studio apartment and create a comfy living environment.

The apartment’s layout fosters a breezy atmosphere that at once relaxes and energizes.
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The open layout begins with a combination living room and office, separated from the dining and kitchen area by a breakfast bar clad in translucent glass blocks.
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Glass elements play a tremendous role in this design. Mirrors, blocks, and windows work together to bathe the interior with light and erase the boundaries between functional spaces.
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A series of three simple kitchen pendant lights trace sharp lines across the ceiling thanks to the precise decorative routing of their cords – a contemporary touch.
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The kitchen’s use of glass blocks and white surfaces helps balance the heaviness of the brick accent wall. A layer of transparent glass catches splatters from the sink and stove to make cleanup a breeze.
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Rather than hiding away in some corner, the bed actually occupies a central volume in the center of the living space, shielded from the sofa by a wall with televisions mounted on either side.
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In the corner, a cozy lounge space offers respite from a long day of work. The hammock is an especially enviable addition, soaking up the skyline view from the impressive floor-to-ceiling windows.
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The entryway balances comfort and functionality, taking advantage of its roomy proportions with a handy bench and tidy shoe rack.
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Modern bathroom
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Bathroom interior with a subdued shade of mint
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At 45 square meters in size, this studio apartment makes fantastic use of its limited floor plan without sacrificing the individuality of each functional area.
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The designers chose Scandinavian influence as the overall unifying theme, but each room features its own unique flavor. For example, the living room glows with bright neon accents while the kitchen feels sophisticated in gold.
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Studio apartment modern interior
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A touch of greenery in the living room and bedroom help to bring the outdoors in.
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The bedroom enjoys an open visual plane while preserving insulation from sound thanks to its glass boundary. Sliding curtains offer privacy when needed.
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While the rest of the interior is bright white and airy, the area around the front door makes for a dark and dramatic entrance.
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Designed by Tom Dixon, these large coat pegs are easier on clothing compared to small hooks that can stretch or deform delicate fabrics.
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Here’s a look at the apartment from a bird’s eye view.
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The apartment was designed with a young couple in mind, most furniture remains in the middle of the floor plan to accommodate a freer flow of foot traffic.
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A wooden accent wall with built-in shelves helps protect the bedroom’s privacy without cutting off the living space from the window’s generous flood of sunlight.
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While instruments and their peripherals can often add clutter to smaller homes, this interior puts them on display and turns them into music themed decor.
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Decor remains spare. The few accents that adorn the home remain minimalist and modern just like the interior.
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Dining and storage separate the kitchen from the living room. The espresso station is a nice touch, making it easier to grab a quick cup while working or playing at the table.
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 A sharp transition from wood to white-on-white brightens the space despite its distance from any windows.
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The kitchen mostly follows the wood and white theme, but also adds a border of gray tiles for contrast.
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The gray helps hide the shadows cast by the kitchen’s recessed position.
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Using the same tiles as the kitchen, the bathroom also keeps things simple and dramatic with a grayscale theme.
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The vanity is enclosed by the same light wood found elsewhere in the home. A bar of recessed lighting keeps things bright.
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What an adorable litter box niche! With a hole shaped like a cat’s head, it helps hide the box while remaining easy to open and clean.
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A compact apartment that bucks the trend of minimalism and embraces a comfortable homey aesthetic that showcases the personality of the resident.
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One room that does remain relatively minimalistic is the kitchen – aside from a few plants atop the counters, most of the contents is purely functional.
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Tucked away from the rest of the home, the bedroom hides behind a slatted interior wall with curtains for privacy.
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A large graphic mural adds a touch of industrial character to the room.
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And the brick wall, though it’s painted white, continues the industrial theme.
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Small bathroom interior
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Resources & Credits:

Lauri Brothers

Vatman Studio

K Band

Zinaida Zagurska

Home designing



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