If you are looking for ideas to decorate a small studio apartment you need to think about the type of furniture that is suitable and the amount of colour that you introduce into the space. These could have a positive effect on your living experience if they are looked at properly.
The Size Of Individual Furniture Pieces
If you are furnishing a room that has to carry out many different functions, it is important to choose furniture that is adaptable. If you have a single room that is used as your kitchen, living and sleeping area, you should consider purchasing a sofa bed instead of trying to cram a separate bed and settee into the space. This could work out more cost effective and free up more floor space. The more floor space you can see, the bigger your home will feel.
To ensure that the room has a light and airy feeling, try to limit the amount of dark colour paints or wallpaper that you use. It is always best to use light colour paints that will help reflect light back into the room.
If you can afford to, you should try and get directional lighting fitted into your studio apartment. Most living spaces come with a single light fixture in the centre of the room. This isn’t really effective. Try putting spot lights in over the cooking area and a couple of lamps around the seating area. This helps to break up the space and define the different living zones.