Studio apartments offer some great opportunities to get creative with design. Though some may look at the limited space as a downside, they actually have many benefits. For instance, they are more energy efficient, promote less clutter (and also less spending) and encourage you to live outside more.
There are many ways to take advantage of the space, however small it may be. Small square footage doesn’t mean you can’t live large. It also doesn’t mean you can’t have the privacy you desire. This especially true of the bedroom area. Some quick and stylish fixes can assure your bedroom is private and defined without breaking the bank.
Take a look at these 10 great ideas for creating privacy for a studio apartment bedroom.
A simple panel at the end of the bed can provide privacy and a great opportunity for a textural element and vignette.
Sheer curtains around the bed define the space while still allowing light into the rest of the apartment.
If you desire more privacy, thick curtains in a pretty color and/or pattern can do the trick while keeping things chic.
This reclaimed wood wall is a fabulous accent wall for the dining room that also provides privacy for the bed.
Curtains divide the two spaces in an elegant manner, blending in with the walls and softening the space.
A sliding door, when open, keeps the flow of the visual space and can be closed to provide 100% privacy.
French doors provide a beautiful architectural detail to define the spaces.
A bookcase not only defines the spaces and adds privacy, but also provides more storage which is paramount in a studio.
Converting a closet into a “bedroom” creates a nook that can be closed off by a pretty set of curtains.
When open, these curtains look like a stylish wall covering, but can be closed to provide ample privacy.
Studio apartments can still be a dream home when the right creativity is applied.