Just like in New York City, some of the best architects realized that they weren’t utilizing space to it’s full potential. Look up! With the right ceiling height, like this small space city dweller’s studio design, there is more than enough real estate to include a second room, in this case, the bedroom. Most studios don’t allow for the luxury of both a living room and private bedroom, but when you get creative and build up, the sky (or your ceiling) is the limit!
Make the most of your space under your lofted bed. Think about you and your needs. Do you love watching television? Are you in love with crafting or sewing? Once you know what you spend most of your time doing, dedicate the extra space to it! In this room, the owner loves clothing and also enjoys having a place to sit and read. The magazines stacked nicely beside the chair with a light in the corner tells us a lot about the woman who calls this space home. Don’t feel like you need to fill the entire space, leave some open so it doesn’t feel crowded.