Studio apartments are the recent developments basically meant for students and young professionals and singles. The space is the biggest constraint in a studio apartment.
The primary aim of any studio apartment is to provide comfort. Those, who prefer to give a taste of style, can layout the furniture in different ways.
The most prominent feature of any studio apartment is one big room without a separate kitchen, bedroom or a living room. Therefore, it is quite natural to say that you cannot think of placing regular furniture that is used typically in a home. Studio apartments, hence, demand furniture that save space, are light in weight, easy to maintain, and are multifunctional. Keeping all these limitations in mind, searching for the most appropriate furniture for a studio apartment is really a difficult task.
The first thing to do is develop an idea about virtual walls in the room. Decide how many sections you will like to make within a single room. Once you have decided on the sections, which are usually kitchen, dining, living and sleeping areas, your half of the job is done. Measure the area that you have allotted for each section and venture out to search the right furniture.
The kitchen should be in one of the corners with a simple cooking table or a top. The top should have some space, so that you have enough space to work. Wall mounted shelves or cupboards are ideal instead of cabinets. Purchase very small kitchen appliances. For the living room, a sofa-cum-bed would be just right. Placing a small folding multipurpose table is appropriate. You can also convert your boxes into a nice table which can be placed in a dining space. Cover it with a good table cover. For giving an appropriate bedroom look you can use dividers or curtains. Bring floating or ceiling beds that save lot of space.