If your apartment is just one room. Hence, with no walls to separate the bedroom from the living room. Therefore, it probably resembles a dorm room more than a grown-up’s home. What can you do? Plenty.
Even if you are not working with excess square footage. Thus, there are many tricks for creating distinct areas in a small place for sleeping, working, or just hanging out.
Floor to Ceiling Curtains
The interior design team at Homepolish installed sheer floor-to-ceiling curtains to partition a bedroom in this gorgeous studio apartment.
Put an Empty Nook to Work
A deep recess provides just enough space to position a twin bed in this studio apartment on Bjurfors. Placing the mattress on a platform with built-in storage drawers capitalizes the little nook.
Work Table Bisects Sleeping and Living Quarters
Patterned wallpaper and a glass top desk separate the bedroom from the living room. Hence, in this chic studio apartment by BAM Design Lab, while splashes of turquoise harmonize the distinct spaces.
Build a Cubby for Your Bed
A custom fabricated wood platform with built-in cabinetry by Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture incorporates. Thus, the bed in this New York City studio apartment. The efficient piece accommodates a queen size mattress, as well as plenty of storage and an integrated ladder.
Double Duty Bed
A sofa that works overtime as a bed adds more function to this itty-bitty studio apartment seen on Ludin Fastighetsbyra. Adding decorative elements such as pillows as throws makes the mattress feel more like a sofa.
In this tiny abode designed by Position Collective, a tennis net divides the dwelling into two distinct rooms. Classic pegboards are employed as storage walls, offering a sleek solution for keeping clutter at bay.
Get Your Bed Off the Floor
A bed perched above the sofa increases floor space for a living room. Hence, in this Swedish apartment featured on My Scandinavian Home.
Divide Space Without Blocking Sunlight
The interior designers at Homepolish used a large bookshelf to sculpt out a bedroom in this studio apartment. The open design of the shelving unit divides the space without blocking sunlight.
Furniture Splits Up an Open Floor Plan
The interior designers at Laurel and Wolf. Therefore, used furniture to split up the open floor plan of this 600-square foot studio into three distinct sections.
A beautiful slatted wood screen separates the bedroom from the kitchen. Therefore, while a rug under the sofa creates a little visual separation between the living room and bedroom.
Using a Desk as a Room Divider
London-based architectural firm CIAO transformed this studio apartment with custom built-ins that smartly divide the open space. A raised platform and custom desk combo separates the bedroom from the central living area.