One-bed­room apart­ments are the hottest pur­chase on the real estate mar­ket. If an apart­ment is bought in a new build­ing, then, as a rule, there are no prob­lems with the lay­out and area. Because mod­ern new build­ings pro­vide for fair­ly spa­cious liv­ing quar­ters, how­ev­er, the price for them is appro­pri­ate. With apart­ments in the old fund, things are not so rosy, because there are often options with a small area, but also with low­er price requests. After the pur­chase, it’s time to move on to the design of the mod­ern design of a one-room apart­ment.

Design ideas for a one-room studio apartment

In order to cre­ate the most com­fort­able liv­ing con­di­tions, it is nec­es­sary to pro­vide for sev­er­al impor­tant fac­tors in the design project of a one-room stu­dio apart­ment, name­ly: com­pe­tent zon­ing, prop­er­ly select­ed fur­ni­ture and light.

If we are talk­ing about cre­at­ing a design for a one-room stu­dio apart­ment in which one per­son lives, zon­ing should be as fol­lows: a sleep­ing area, a kitchen area, a recre­ation and recep­tion area, and a work­place. It is advis­able, while observ­ing these zones in the inte­ri­or, to observe the style of min­i­mal­ism and empha­size this with fur­ni­ture ele­ments, mak­ing your choice towards spa­cious cab­i­nets and work­tops that are com­fort­able in width. This is how you can free up space as much as pos­si­ble from unnec­es­sary objects and visu­al­ly expand it.

The design of a one-room apart­ment for a fam­i­ly with a child implies the addi­tion of anoth­er zone, a play area. This may be a small cor­ner in which a bed and a chest of draw­ers for toys will be locat­ed.