5 Modern Studio Apartments Design Ideas
Often when we hear the phrase “studio apartment”, we picture something small. It’s easy to understand why of course, but there is absolutely no reason why studio living means that you need to think small with your design ideas. In fact, if anything, it is all the more reason to go big, go bold and go smart. If you are planning on moving to a studio apartment in Abu Dhabi, then you know that you are going to be moving to one of the most exciting and beautiful locations in the world. You are also entering a property market that is undergoing some very exciting growth. Here are a few ideas to help you make sure your living space is as great as your new home city.
Let The Light In
The first question for anyone looking at studio apartments is how to make the most of your available light. Think carefully about what colors you have on your walls, as dark blues and reds, for example, may actually make your space feel darker than it is. Lean more towards whites, beiges, and light yellows.
Find The Right Curtains
Living in a studio apartment does not mean that everything must be in the same space. While some people choose to add a sliding door, this can have the effect of making the space feel a little cramped. Light curtains will do just as well when it comes to dividing your different areas, and they will allow a lot lighter through. Curtains will also allow you to make the most of the view, which is particularly important if you are living somewhere as beautiful as a Reem Island apartment. At the Arc Towers on Reem, you will have amazing views of Abu Dhabi City and Reem Island itself. Visit Aldar to find out more about Arc Towers with its state-of-the-art amenities and facilities.
Find Smart Storage Solutions
We know that the housing market can feel like a treasure hunt, but you don’t want to be hunting for your belongings. It is important to maximize storage in studio apartments, but you don’t want to bury everything away. Look for dressers and cabinets that you enjoy using instead of throwing everything in boxes and putting them under the bed.
Create Different Levels
Adding different levels to your studio apartment will help to separate the different zones of your area. For example, see if you can raise the level of your sleeping area from the living room. This is particularly important if you are still working from home, although it looks like we are all heading back to the office now, provided we have our booster shot. If you are unable to create different levels or if the building does not offer this, then use different patterns to clearly delineate.
Make It Your Own
A lot of people feel like they can’t do too much by way of decorating in a studio apartment, but the opposite is true. It is so important to add your personal touch to keep it from feeling like somewhere you are staying while you are away from home. This is your home, so think big about eye-catching furniture and artwork.