Tip #4 There are some benefits to living in a studio: You learn to buy less, manage clutter better, and revisit high-school geometry whenever you want to rearrange. The downside? You're living in one. Single. Room. Before you go stir crazy, let smart storage solutions divide the room for you. In this case, a bookcase does double-duty by creating a living room wall of sorts; behind it, a floor-to-ceiling open wardrobe creates a bedroom boundary and expands closet space.
Walking into Joey and Antoni's studio apartment is not like walking into other studios in New York. They have managed to create a home that feels open and spacious, but still has distinctly separate living areas. Details abound that catch the eye without cluttering up the space. Their home feels lived in, comfortable and effortlessly stylish.
IKEA - BILLY, Bookcase, white, , Adjustable shelves; adapt space between shelves according to your needs.A simple unit can be enough storage for a limited space or the foundation for a larger storage solution if your needs change.Shallow shelves help you to use small wall spaces effectively by accommodating small items in a minimum of space.