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Two stylishly decorated mini-studios

Two stylishly decorated mini-studios



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A couple of retirees from Barcelona with some savings wanted to embark on a new adventure: buy two old apartments and prepare them with all the comforts for those who wanted to spend a short season in their city and were not convinced by the idea of ​​being in a hotel. The person in charge of materializing this project was Eva, the interior designer at the head of Daniela's Attic studio. "Both studios had been a single apartment that was now divided but connected, to offer the possibility of renting one or both spaces," he explains about these two terraces that each have a separate bathroom and kitchen.

The lack of space (one of the houses measures just over 33 square meters and the other 13.5 square meters) and the good elements with which it was found (high ceilings crossed by wooden beams and large windows) made the designer He opted for a minimalist, simple, clean and light decoration, in order to enhance the structure, not recharge the space and light flow without obstacles. "Visually defining the main spaces, such as the bedroom, the living room and the kitchen, was the main challenge," he confesses. He achieved this thanks to a good arrangement of furniture, which helped identify different rooms within a large shared space. Most of the pieces come from Ikea and all can be folded, extended or hidden extra storage. A practical example of the use of spaces, light and original elements.

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General view of the first studio, 33 square meters, which reformed Daniela's attic.

Divide and conquer

A billy shelf from Ikea manages to delimit the bedroom area and let the light into the living room.

On the way

The two studios have been designed with people in Barcelona going to spend a few months: too much time to be in a hotel and too little to rent a bigger apartment.

White and minimalist

The decoration in white and simple lines creates a bright and spacious atmosphere.

A table set

Since there was already a dark wooden table on the floor that the owners wanted to keep, the interior designer chose transparent chairs so as not to recharge the space.

Wooden beams

Lamps hanging from the ceiling help to emphasize its height and its original wooden beams.

Front view

The space occupied by the kitchen and bathroom. The main entrance and access to the other studio are hidden behind the other two doors.

Minimalist kitchen

In a very small space a fully equipped kitchen has been achieved (with dining bar included).

Bath

The bathroom of the main studio.

Case study

View of the second study, of only 13.5 square meters.

Two in one

This couch by Ikea acts as a sofa and a bed (when it is extended).

Applied Girl

With a folding table, which only occupies 20 centimeters collected, the interior designer managed to create a study area in the smallest possible space

Value added

A kitchen was placed next to the patio with a washing area.

Blast furnace

A portable Ikea plate allows you to have a cooking zone in the kitchen and collect it when it is not used, getting more countertop space.

Bath

The bathroom was completely renovated.

Before

State of the studies before the reform.

Before

State of the studies before the reform.

Before

State of the studies before the reform.

Before

State of the studies before the reform.

Before

State of the studies before the reform.

Before

State of the studies before the reform.