17 Smart STUDIO APARTMENT MAKEOVER with TIGHT BUDGET

17 Smart STUDIO APARTMENT MAKEOVER with TIGHT BUDGET


Just because you don’t have a lot of budget to give your studio apartment the kind of makeover you want, that does not mean the end! There are still numerous of budget-friendly ideas you can adapt to give your studio apartment the life and color it needs! Welcome to Jansen’s DIY and here are 17 Studio Apartment Makeover Ideas with Tight Budget #1. There is a common misconception that people with studio apartments must focus on functionality of the space rather than design. Even if your studio apartment is short on space, that doesn’t mean that it has to be short on style. You can continue to explore further in this stead and instate a variety of styles and design options for your place. #2. It is a good idea to allocate a space for your bed and make use of the volume under it for storage compartments. This will make sure your belongings are in place and you remain space-friendly. Separating your sleeping space from the rest of the apartment will give you peace of mind that you have your own to sleep and relax at night. 3. Crowding your Bedroom with right materials. You can use mattresses or make use of a handy small space comforter inside the sleeping area. You could also buy something that comes with extra drawers and enough space to carry a few extra things off of your plate. #4. When it comes to designing a sleeping room, you can use ornamentals like paintings or sparkling lights. On the other hand, you need to keep it simple, therefore you need to really brainstorm what you need and what you don’t need. You also need to keep an eye for the decoration and updating the overall design of the surroundings as well. #5. Another tip to use in your studio apartment is by having space dividers. This will separate your working place from your seating area. You can use folding glass walls, curtains or easy chipboards, any way you can make great use of the available space is fine. #6. Compartmentalize the available space. Normally, in a studio apartment the whole area is your living space. That is why the area needs to be compartmentalized to make sure that the overall functionality of the space can be optimized to its fullest. #7. If you don’t have a lot of space, try to make it look like you do. Creating an illusion by adding wallpapers of mild tone, so that the room feels airy. Moreover, a fused mirror is also another medium you can add to your living space and make your guests want to know more about your place. #8. Using paintings as an illusion in a tight space can be a huge help to define your place. You don’t need to buy expensive art painting as anything with a splash of color on it will do. These kinds of paintings can be bought even from a yard sale. Put a variety of different paintings that resonate with your apartments overall tone. #9. An accent wall can be painted with uniform color and unique in every aspect. You can place a variety of designing items before the accent wall to make a great impression. This will help you to create an illusion that you have too much space even if it is a studio apartment. #10. Another budget-friendly technique is by using a bookshelf wallpaper. This will make your room looks larger than what it is s. #11. Most of us fail to realize the importance of our ceiling. The roof actually provides with a lot of potential for crazy makeover ideas. You can hang pendant lamps from the ceiling which will add to the aesthetics of the room which also help provide adequate lighting. #12. Add glossy appearance to your overall ceiling to give a bold impression. The gloss will actually brighten up with any ceiling lights that you placed. The best part is, it will give your whole apartment an amazingly luxurious feel but you don’t need to spend a fortune over this. #13. Add a bit of natural texture by make use of wood, as it will add a whole new level of warmth to the living space. There are a lot of factors you need to consider when adding wood to your apartment such as there is plank length, the finishes, and the painting of the wood that you use. #14. Add art and craft to your ceiling to make the place look crowded. If you are more artistic type, then you can use art and craft over the ceilings of your studio apartment. This will provide a whole new level of designing and making up for the small space. #15. It is also a cool idea to hang photo frames along the wall. You can make your very own picture wall where you and your friends reminiscence the story of the old days. #16. Make things spicier by arranging your furniture the right way. For this, you need to move the furniture to a certain spot to create the vibe of a crowded and fully furnished apartment. You can customize the whole thing by scatter the furniture around to give a more aesthetic and sophisticated feel to your guest. #17. Use the artificial plants to decorate your studio apartment by placing a few decoration plants on the window or on the kitchen shelf. Make sure to place them on eye level as this will increase the overall aesthetic of your place. And that’s all for now… What do you thinks about this episodes? Please share your thoughts about this video in the comment section… For more decorating and organizing ideas, stay tune to our channel… Thanks for watching and we’ll see you in the next video…

8 thoughts on “17 Smart STUDIO APARTMENT MAKEOVER with TIGHT BUDGET

  1. Excuse me but the title of the video says; 17 Smart Studio DIY Ideas on a Tight Budget!
    You posted a bunch of photos and basically quoted “generalize rules” of living in a Studio
    Apartment. Where were the DIY‘s? There weren’t any! 🤷🏻‍♀️

  2. "Add wallpaper" shows white painted walls..add mirrors
    .shows NO mirrors…
    It really is more effective to match photos and the script…otherwise it looks, well, BAD!
    Oh my…
    Hey, but the English is better! Not totally correct, but almost. Congrats.
    BIG Helpful TIP : Change the title to something more appropriate though, like Great Ideas for Small Apartments… Drop the DIY and BUDGET… These can still be tags for your video, but are misleading for inclusion in the title! And make your video OFFICIALLY ClickBait! Change it and it is just a lovely video, if a bit repetitive… As you have used these projects and pictures often.
    Good luck, and Have a great day.

  3. Whose are the spaces? No credits given. Zero DIY here, and using other people's work? Plus a terrible voice. Especially the dismissive "Anything will Do."
    As in throw a compilation together?
    If you did any of this yourselves, we would hear some genuine enthusiasm for the work accomplished.

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