This wall makes a big statement when you walk in and leads your eye out to the adorable balcony. I love the little bit of extra counter space with the butcher block to the left as well. Check out this wonderful little balcony! You might have noticed in my balcony inspiration post, I included these decking tiles from Ikea. These are perfect for this space and it feels like a continuation of the living space in the apartment. Adding a hand crafted little bench for seating is practical and doesn’t take up too much room.The kitchen is light and organized, which makes it feel larger. I love the little wall-mounted shelving on the right for spices and storage for smaller items. Let’s head into the living room. Julie managed to fit a great dining table and two chairs in the space between the kitchen and living room.Another one of my favorite tricks for small spaces… a large mirror! This always makes the space feel larger and is a great decor staple. The TV on top of a dresser is one of my old standbys and it’s perfect for dual function storage. This seating area is perfect for a small space and you can always pull in the dining chairs for extra seating if necessary. I love this little vignette and check out the hidden power strip in the basket below. This is a great idea to tuck it out of sight while still allowing ventilation.Looking at the mirror from this angle, you can see how it creates the illusion of a larger space. The little basket next to the TV looks like a perfect spot for storage and it’s stylish enough to sit in the living room. Moving on to the bedroom area! Julie had walls added to enclose the area into a real ‘room’ and I love the french doors to go along with it! Always a classic design element, and they keep the space from feeling too boxed in. It might be tiny, but it certainly works! The wall-mounted sconce saves precious floor space and the smaller bed works well in here. I love the bright floral pattern on the duvet as well. The french doors look great from this angle, too. They allow plenty of natural light in the space.
Thanks to Julie for letting me feature your space. Check out her instagram here. All photos by Julie.
Do you have a studio apartment you want featured on Studio Style Blog? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with 5-7 photos (both wide shots and close ups) of your space with the subject line “Studio Apartment Tour” for consideration.