Diy wine bottle decorating ideas
With the openness of a studio apartment, sometimes it’s hard to establish a defined floor plan.
A grand way to do this is to carve out an area in your studio with a large piece of furniture love a bookshelf. In this example from Ikea, they’re using a tall shelf to block off some space for a home office.
Get Creative With Shelving
Another grand thought for an open wall in your studio is creating a unique shelving unit.
LabLStudio created some additional storage space in the kitchen with this simple, custom wood shelving unit. Wine bottles are stacked but still accessible, and wineglasses are neatly arranged.
Designate an Accent Wall
Creating an accent wall in a little studio is a grand way to create some visual interest.
In this example from LabLStudio, they used a bold, abstract wallpaper to define the space in the bedroom. The accent wall serves as a giant piece of art.
Try a Loft
If you own tall ceilings in your studio, building a loft is a killer way to add some additional square footage to your space. In this example, the owner created a sleeping area in the loft and used the space underneath as a little music studio.
Create Your Own Closet Space
Studio apartments often own limited closet space.
However, this example from Laurel & Wolf reminds us that you don’t necessarily need a closet to store your clothes.
If you’re lacking closet space, consider using an empty wall to create an open-air closet. Using diverse drawers, shelves and hanging racks can permit you to create the perfect "walk-in closet."
Turn Your Bed Into a Daybed
If you’re short on space, you can turn your bed into a daybed.
This would permit you to use your bed as a sofa during the day to create additional seating options in your studio. You can simply create your own daybed love designer Susie Herr did here, by placing your twin or double bed against the wall and using large throw pillows to create a couch-like look.