While the thought of dividing a small studio into even smaller compartments may strike fear into the hearts of many apartment dwellers, there may come a time when the need for privacy and the longing for a “grownup” home wins out. If you’re caught between a studio in a city you love and the kind of multi-bedroom house suburban dreams are made of, these simple room dividers could be all the compromise you need. Hey, backyards are overrated anyway. Above: This hip loft in L.A.
Studio apartments are efficient, cost-effective options for living in the city of your dreams, whether it’s New York or L.A., but they don’t exactly offer much privacy. However, you can still create a soothing sanctuary that feels separate from the rest of your open-floor plan home without bringing in a contractor or spending a lot of money.
Clean, effortless, and right at home with many interior design styles, the sliding door is a beautiful way to separate spaces in your home without a traditional doorway. With modern sliding door designs, you can save space for layout and furniture or create more privacy when needed. We’ve gathered 1
We wanted a built-in entertainment center / wall unit in our basement that we were finishing. We looked into custom cabinetry but it was way out of our budget. We came across examples of others using HEMNES cabinets as a starting point and loved the idea.