City studio apartment
Working station is an important but normally not such a vibrant part of the interior. In this 25sqm studio it was hidden within the mirrored wardrobe to keep interior clean and uncluttered. 180 degree hinges allow doors open completely giving plenty of space for comfortable and productive work.
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4. Hide it all awayThis desk belongs in a tiny, multi-tasking studio apartment that’s been fitted with ingenious space-saving designs. The desk includes drawer space beneath and shelves above, served by a high electrical socket, so a printer can be positioned there. Instead of a bulky chair, there’s a neat stool, which fits underneath the desk when not in use.
Conceal and revealHarness the power of the simple panel to disguise storage so it doesn’t overwhelm your space.Full-height, handle-less panels can be pressed into action on laundry cupboards, coat storage or even work spaces, which can be concealed or revealed at the flick of a wrist, as here.The doors can be as simple as painted MDF panels. These will work if your ceiling height is 2.7m or less. Just make sure you fit at least three hinges to prevent warping.Take a look at these multitasking doors with hidden storage
A classic idea for a small studio apartment design is to have a desk situated inside a cupboard. This is another handy space-saving trick. It has lighting, lots of storage above for work supplies and enough space underneath to stash the stool when not in use. The whole set up is fronted by mirrored cupboard doors. Another hidden piece: that’s a wall bed behind the sofa. Who would have thought?