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How to Make the Most Out of Studio Apartments in Atlanta

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Updated on Oct 28, 2014

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For many, the idea of living in a studio apartment may not seem so appealing. The concept of closed and cramped spaces may be the first thought that crosses your mind. It can be frustrating to figure out how to organize and build a life around a small unit like a studio apartment but with just a few creative suggestions, studio apartment living may be just the thing you need. With just a little adjustment in your thinking you might be able to see another way to make a home out of such a tiny space. Consider the words of Erin Boyle for Remodelista,

“Renting a tiny apartment has been a lesson in acceptance. Instead of focusing on making too many improvements to the place itself, James and I have focused our energies on filling it with furniture and objects that we love.”

There are many reasons why you may choose to live in a studio apartment in Atlanta so here are a few suggestions to help you convert your limited space into a home.

Divide and Conquer

While the shape of your apartment will be the deciding factor in where you place your furnishings and accents you can still create the illusion of separate spacing by how you organize it. Consider creating separate living and sleeping quarters. If there is room for a bed and a sofa this can be easily done, but if you only have room for one consider investing in a daybed or pull out a sofa bed instead. If your apartment is built in an “L” shape, you can use room dividers to create a separate space.

The Illusion of Space

Placing mirrors around the space can give you the illusion of having a larger space and it can also brighten up the room. You can make use of your ceiling space as well. If your studio apartment has high ceilings there is always the possibility of upward storage and design.

The key to making the most out of a studio space is keeping everything in the right proportions. Be conscious of balance and scale to make the best use of your area. Furnishings that are too large will make the room look even smaller and too much stuff can give it a claustrophobic feel. Consider the comment of design experts at Freshome,

“The biggest problem that not just interior designers but the whole of mankind faces today is the tricky situation in regards to limited space.”

Learning how to work with the space you have and applying just a few decorating secrets can turn a cramped living space into a dream home.
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