In continuation of this week’s series, we’ve rounded up more inspiring interiors that can help you out in solving your lack of bedroom issue in your studio unit. Previously, we’ve shown you how curtains could help create a private area in your cozy apartment, and today, we’re sharing another great option for your home.
If you don’t want to install anything in your rental or unit, a screen is a great option. It can surely define a space without a fuss, without requiring much else. The only downside is it can be knocked over easily, depending on the design of your screen.
For those who are a bit handier and could actually do some work in their unit without having to call their landlord for permission, installing a divider can also be considered. A more permanent option that won’t require a lot of effort to pull off, dividers will easily delineate an area from another.
While weighing your options, check out our list that could easily inspire you below.
Aside from creating a specific sleeping space within a studio unit, a screen can also give your small home an elegant boudoir feel. However, they can also take some extra space, which can be a problem if your home’s square footage is very limited.
Dividers, on the other hand, can add a modern touch to your space, no matter what design or style. It may need some drilling and carpentry skills, though.
Again, creating a sort-of bedroom inside a studio unit doesn’t have to be a challenge. Just make sure to assess your pros and cons, as adding something extra in a small space can turn south if done incorrectly.
If these still don’t work for you, stay tuned for more ideas how you can create a bedroom of sorts in your studio unit.