Things Every Studio or Bachelor Apartment Needs

Living in a one-room apartment can be something of a right of passage. This phase typically falls neatly between living with family or roommates and having enough of an income to warrant a bedroom door. Now, however, with the cost of space steeply rising in cities and suburbs alike, living in a studio isn’t necessarily a necessity but perhaps a lifestyle choice. If you’ve found yourself in the one-room boat, check out these space-saving, multifunctional, studio-appropriate features that will help you make the most use of your square footage.  

  

A couch arm wrap 

No coffee table? No problem.  

Photo Source: etsy.com

Buy it here.  

 

Magical ottoman sleeper 

This ottoman that’s not only an ottoman but also…  a bed? 

As its name suggests, this contraption is indeed, “magical.” 

Photo Source: wayfair.ca

Buy it here.

  

Floating bookshelves 

Storage that barely brings any added weight to the table; (visually or literally).  

Photo Source: chapters.indigo.ca

Buy it here.  

 

Ceiling-mounted fabric panels 

To turn your studio into a one bedroom; (well, sort of). 

Photo Source: 79ideas.org

Buy it here.

  

Bamboo over-the-kitchen-sink shelf 

Great for potted plants, dish washing gear, or whatever else you want to keep out of the splash-zone. 

Photo Source: amazon.ca

Buy it here.

  

Homemade murphy desk 

Down for work, up for play.  

Photo Source: shanty-2-chic.com

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Written by Zakiya Kassam

Zakiya Kassam

Zakiya is a freelance website content writer based in Toronto.

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