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Layout Guide: Designing A Rectangular Studio Apartment Two Ways

In our “Layout Guides” series you’ll find layout solutions for rooms of all shapes and sizes. Finding the right layout for your room can be the trickiest part of interior design! This week we’re looking at two different ideas for a rectangular studio layout that’s, as many apartment designs are, a bit shy on floor space.

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Studio apartments are notoriously tricky spaces to design. It’s a tough situation to have to fit all the functions of a home into one room—including a living area, sleeping space, dining nook, home office, entryway, etc.! If you have a studio, you face the unique challenge of how to fit all those functions and make them feel like distinct spaces. Not to mention that you also need storage space and a layout that ensures that your home doesn’t feel stuffed to the brim!

So how do you go about arranging furniture in a studio apartment? It really depends on the function you want and the shape of your space! The good news is that with a little creative thinking and a few apartment design hacks, you can come up with a number of options for making your studio space feel homey and comfortable. Here we designed one rectangular studio layout two unique ways to show you the possibilities. Check it out and get some ideas for your own studio!

studio layoutLayout Idea #1: The Open Studio Apartment

Our first studio layout idea is all about creating a space that’s open and inviting. All spaces flow into one; the bedroom is open to the living room which is open to the working space. You can see the living room when entering from the doorway—but the layout keeps the bedroom a bit more private from the kitchen area.

An open layout like this serves a double function: the living room is front and center so the TV can be seen from the bedroom, sofa, kitchen, and working area. And the bedroom + living areas are subtly separated by rugs so you have some separation between your lounge space and your sleeping space.

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studio layoutThe Key Layout Elements:

An Open Layout: This layout features a low sofa centered in front of the TV. This setup serves to anchor the space and allow for TV watching/gathering in all areas of the studio.

Tall Furniture: A tall desk in the corner keeps space visually decluttered—plus it leaves space underneath for a file cabinet and baskets for organizing. The bookcase is also tall! If you’re sensing a theme here, that’s because tall furniture takes up vertical not horizontal square footage.

Distinct Spaces: The reading chair adds additional seating and can also be used as a separate reading nook with the bookcase. A queen bed adds a cozy touch with full nightstand and dresser—plus you can take advantage of the view out window from your “bedroom.”

Smart Storage: It’s not always enough to have storage in small spaces. Sometimes you need sneaky storage ideas. Here, the large media cabinet allows for lots of storage—but it’s also low so you can take advantage of the surface space!

Savvy Seating: The living area doesn’t have room for a coffee table, but we used pouf ottomans as another space saver. They work great as coffee tables/ottomans/seats and can be easily moved for open floor space.

studio layoutWill this studio layout work for you? Yes if you…

  • Want one big living space and don’t see the openness as a lack of privacy.
  • Like lower furniture to keep the lines of vision open across your studio.
  • Need multifunctional spaces—i.e. sharing the TV space with the bedroom space and vice-versa.
  • Are a couple or live solo.

studio layoutLayout Idea #2: The Divided Studio Space

Our second studio layout idea is ideal for someone who wants a more separated space. With these multi-use design hacks, you can still have designated areas in one open room. It’s a great way to create privacy in both the bedroom and living room even though your space is wide open.

To get this look, see how the different spaces in our studio apartment are designated for different functions. The living room is just for TV viewing and lounging (but it can also function as a guest room with a sleeper sofa). Then, you have a separate bedroom and dressing area. This layout also leaves room for a desk in bedroom area, but it’s vertical so as not to take up much square footage. The handy room divider separates the living room/bedroom but still allows natural light through so it doesn’t close off the space. It can be easily moved so you can change up the flow of the space as needed. Bonus: it provides extra shelving/storage—essential for any studio apartment!

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studio layoutThe Key Layout Elements:

Split Up the Space: The room divider is the key to this studio layout. It is an architectural piece that adds lots of visual interest to the apartment at the same time as creating two distinct living and sleeping spaces. It also allows light and provides shelf storage so you can keep your space tidy and clean. This also means that the TV can only be seen from the sofa to give you even more of a true living room space.

Functional Furniture: In a studio apartment, it’s much easier to make the space work if your furniture offers both form and function. The sofa acts as a sleeper for guests, the coffee table doubles as a bench for extra seating, and the poufs can double as seating or slide underneath the bench to get out of the way. A chair in the corner provides reading nook as well as seating for conversation—plus all the furniture pieces are easy to move around as needed.

Lots of Storage: The bedroom in this layout idea has a full dresser for lots of extra storage space! A floating nightstand helps keep floor space free and the mounted plug-in wall sconce allows nightstand to be less cluttered (aka more room for books and midnight snacks!).

Use of Vertical Space: A wall desk like this is great for homes that are short on square footage. It provides storage vertically and its sleek design doesn’t visually clutter the space—a great space-saving design hack for studio apartments. And the eating area in the kitchen is a tall tabletop peninsula with barstools so you don’t have to have a big clunky table taking up space.

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Will this studio room layout work for you? Yes if you…

  • Want to keep living and sleeping spaces separate.
  • Work from home or work a lot at desk and need it separate from your living (TV viewing) area.
  • Are a couple who loves privacy.
  • Often have overnight house guests (put that sleeper sofa to work!).
  • Love to entertain—this design has plenty of seating for all your friends.

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8 Foolproof Design Tips For Studio Apartments

There’s no question that crafting the perfect studio apartment design can be a serious challenge. You’re working with a small space that needs to serve multiple needs, from sleeping to lounging to sometimes even doing actual work.

Additionally, you still want to show off your personal style while creating a functional, livable space. From bringing in space-saving furniture to sneaking in storage, we’ve rounded up our best tips for making the most out of your studio apartment. Read on for our expert ideas and see how to bring them home.

1. Use the Vertical Space

Don’t have square footage to spare? Make the most of your vertical wall space! Specifically, sneaking in additional storage is a great way to maximize your vertical space, be it a tall open bookcase or a system of mounted shelves and wall hooks. The trick is to add as much storage as you can while taking up as little floor space as possible.

You’ll also want to look for ways to replace what you already have, such as subbing a nightstand for a bookcase, which provides the same function but gives you four times the storage space. A win-win for any studio apartment design!

Explore our complete guide to small apartment furniture.

2. Embrace Clear Furniture and Mirrors

Because studios are small by nature, it helps to have a few tricks to make them seem more open. One way to do that is to work in mirrors and clear furniture, which will minimize the overall visual clutter.

Mirrors have the added advantage of bouncing light around and they’ll play up the illusion that your studio is more spacious than it seems. Whereas clear furnishings will add to the spacious vibe by making your studio feel lighter and more open.

studio apartment design3. Put Your Walls to Work

Just like vertical storage, use your walls for other functions like lighting. Mounted lights as well as swivel sconces not only provide ample lighting, they also free up floor space and they have a chic and stylish look that really elevates any small studio apartment design.

Another trick we love for our vertical wall space? Hanging plants from the ceiling, which adds instant color and life to a small space.

studio apartment design4. Opt for Leggy Furniture

Bulky furniture that sits low to the ground will make an already small space feel even smaller and more cramped. Instead, pick furniture perched on tall, skinny legs that provide a more open and uncluttered look in your studio apartment. Case in point: This chair, bed frame, and nightstand all have open bases that lend an airy look to tiny space.

Explore our complete guide to small bedroom design tips.

studio apartment design5. Break Up the Space

Finding the right layout for a studio is probably THE major struggle for most small-space dwellers. And it’s easy to see why. You’re trying to fit so many functions into one room, and it can be hard to break up your space to serve multiple purposes.

To solve this conundrum, start by doing what you can to “zone” your studio space and create distinct living and sleeping areas. For instance, using a dresser or a piece of furniture to physically divide the space is one way to delineate different areas. Or try laying down rugs, which can really help create visual distinctions.

studio apartment design6. Sneak In Storage

You already know that storage is at a premium in studios. Work with what you’ve got and sneak it in where you can instead of adding more bulky pieces into your furniture mix.

One of our favorite smart storage solutions is stowing things away in baskets under the bed. It’s the best way to make the most of an area that would otherwise be dead space. Also look for two-in-one storage furniture, like a coffee table with secret compartments, a desk with cubbies, and a nightstand with drawers, all of which will let you stow away a lot more than you think!

studio apartment design7. Think Multi-Purpose Everything

In addition to sneaking in extra storage, go for multi-purpose pieces in your design. A bookcase that doubles as a room divider? Yes, please! It’s all about getting creative with your furnishings.

Think poufs that can double for side tables, a desk that also functions as a nightstand, or a dresser that’s also your TV stand. You want to get more function out of the few pieces you have in your apartment, so wherever you can double dip, do it!

8. Make the Most of Every Space

Finally, if you already have your furniture but just need to figure out a better way to use your space, find clever uses for your nooks and crannies. There’s not a square foot to lose!

Make use of every space, including underneath other things—tuck baskets under a console table, poufs under a bench or coffee table. The idea is to push things together in a way that’s smart and stylish and leaves you with more room for additional practical accent furniture and walking space throughout.

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Best Multi-Purpose Design Hacks – When Two Rooms Are Actually One

multi-purpose space hacksIf you live in a small space or need to make one room serve multiple functions, sometimes you need to get clever with your design. That’s where a few multi-purpose design hacks come in! We’re all about utilizing some creative design solutions to create distinct areas within a room, making it feel like two spaces in one.

Carving out distinct areas can be tricky, but it’s important to help the flow of the room when you need one space to have multiple functions. Here are our best hacks for dividing a multi-purpose space.

multi-purpose studio1. Use an Open Bookcase as a Room Divider

We love to create distinct spaces in an open room by using a bookcase as a room divider. This is a perfect solution for a studio apartment, where breaking up living and sleeping spaces is a common conundrum.

Using an open bookcase as a divider creates visual distinction without making your space feel smaller or blocking much-needed natural light. Bookcases are more substantial and have more visual impact than curtains, but they also provides function. Because in a small space, storage is at a premium – so this gives you added shelving and a visually pleasing divider. A win-win solution!

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multi-purpose space hacks2. Separate Your Living and Dining Spaces with a Floating Sofa

An open concept design is wonderful for so many reasons. The flow from room to room, more natural light, great for entertaining… just to name a few! But when you live in an open concept house, you probably want some sense of definition between your spaces.

One way to do this is by using a floating sofa to diving your living and dining space. The back of your sofa acts like a wall to help visually “zone” the room and create separation. Just make sure when using a floating sofa that there’s enough room to walk behind it without bumping into walls or other furniture.

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open layout design3. Create Zones with Rugs

Another way to create zones within an open concept space is to utilize rugs. Rugs can help visually distinguish between a living room and dining room, an office and a living space, or even a bedroom and a living space in a studio. Each rug creates a zone that helps make each “room” feel distinct. Bonus: Rugs are also a great way to add color, texture, and pattern to your space!

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studio apartment design hacks4. Use One Piece of Furniture for Multiple Functions

In a small space like a studio, it’s important to find furniture that can serve multiple functions – in this case, using a dresser as a nightstand! For super small spaces, this is an easy way to create division between spaces.

In this room, the dresser breaks up the sleeping and living spaces, creating the sense of two rooms that are distinct. This also provides significantly more storage than a nightstand while cutting down on the pieces of furniture you need to fill your space.

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Layout Guide: Tackling the L-Shaped Studio Apartment

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Figuring out an apartment design can be tough when you have to fit everything into a single room. But just because your studio is only 400 square feet doesn’t mean it has to feel cramped or cluttered at all! This week we’re cooking up two L-shaped studio apartment layout ideas.

The Space: 16×25 L-Shaped studio apartment

The Style: Mod Collector

The Challenge: Designing a small space to suit multiple functions

L-shaped studio apartment layoutsLayout Idea #1: A Work Space + Sneaky Storage

This L-shaped studio apartment layout idea #1 is all about making your apartment feel spacious and functional by storing your things in sneaky places and creating a separate workspace. This is a great option for those who want an uncluttered place to live and work in.

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Here’s why this L-shaped studio apartment layout idea works.

Sneaky Storage Tricks

Our bed features hidden storage that doesn’t take up any extra square footage. Tuck away off-season clothes and extra linens where they won’t create clutter.

A bookcase adds vertical storage that takes up less floor space. This provides a lot of extra area to tuck away clutter like electronics, art supplies, etc. and also to display books, pictures and other decor items.

The wall shelves above the kitchen table add more functional storage without interfering with floor space.

L-shaped studio apartment layoutsOptical Illusions

White is an excellent color small spaces because it is visually light and makes the room feel airy and open.

Mirrors are another great small space hack. This large floor mirror visually opens up the room – and provides a perfect spot for getting dressed!

Space Saving Tricks

A pendant hanging over the bed adds light without encroaching on floor space and frees up surface on the nightstand for extra books, electronics, or midnight snacks.

Make room for a queen bed by skipping the second nightstand.

The backless stools fit flush under the kitchen table so they take up less valuable floor space. Pull them out when you need them, and tuck them away when you don’t!

L-shaped studio apartment layoutsDouble-Duty Furnishings

The desk functions as a great work space, but can also double as a vanity with the addition of a hanging mirror.

The desk has two hidden storage drawers to make space for office supplies while leaving the surface uncluttered.

The kitchen table in the back nook turns the dead end space into functional seating. It can also be a great way to combat a lack of kitchen prep area, as it can double as more counter space.

This Layout is Great if You…

  • Need a desk at home for work-work or creative-work.
  • Hate clutter and love being able to tuck away all the mess.
  • Want an apartment with clearly defined areas for sleeping, working and dining.
  • Live alone or don’t need much privacy at home.

L-shaped studio apartment layoutsLayout Idea #2 – TV Viewing + Space to Entertain

Layout idea #2 is perfect for the person who likes having guests over. Fear small-space hosting no more! This setup allows for entertainment areas in both the kitchen and the living room. It’s a great way to maximize space in the studio to prepare food and drinks and offer guests adequate seating.

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Here’s why this L-shaped studio apartment layout idea works.

L-shaped studio apartment layoutsStorage Hacks

The full bed makes room for 2 nightstands to provide extra bedroom storage.

Fill the empty nook at the back of the kitchen with 2 tall bookcases for extra storage / decor space. Like layout #1, vertical storage is a smart use of studio space because it takes up little floor space.

We picked a dresser that also functions as a TV stand. Double-duty furniture is the way to go in small spaces!

Baskets are great for stashable storage – instantly declutter by tucking away odds and ends.

Easy Entertaining

Poufs at end of bed are easy seats for guests. Move them around the room as needed.

Kitchen table can double as a place to prep/serve food/drinks – easily move it to the living room for extra surface area.

Stools can also easily be moved for extra seating in front of the TV.

L-shaped studio apartment layoutsSpace-Saving Hacks

Wall sconce above bed saves floor/table space and works as a flexible lighting source. Just swivel it into place where you want it!

Mid-Century details like the furniture with tall legs/open bases are great for small spaces. This style doesn’t add visual clutter and helps the room feel more open even when it’s full of furniture.

This Is Great If You…

  • Love having guests over to your space.
  • Want your own kitchen table but also extra counter/serving space as needed.
  • Hate a messy house — you can tuck all the clutter into baskets and drawers.
  • Love to kick your feet up and watch Netflix before bed.

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Make the Most out of Your Small Space: Ultimate TV Viewing Party Layout Guide

small living room layout with a TVWith game day and the Oscars just around the corner, you might be thinking about hosting a viewing party. A great viewing party (of any kind) requires a TV (duh), enough places to sit, a spread of delicious snacks, and great company. But what if you live in a small space? Finding a small living room layout with a TV can be a challenge.

So while you focus on fine-tuning your guest list and adorning your space with Pinterest-worthy decorations, we’re rounding up some of our favorite TV viewing layout hacks. No matter if your space is large or tiny, these small living room layout ideas will make sure space is red carpet-ready before your guests arrive.

Read on to learn how to create your ultimate TV viewing party layout.

small living room layout with a TV1. Maximize Seating

While “standing room only” might be great for a concert, ample seating is fundamental to any great TV viewing party. These tips will help you get the most booties in chairs without adding clutter.

Backless seating:

Benches and ottomans are great ways to add extra seating to your small space without over-stuffing it with bulky furniture.

  • Benches look great in a hallway or at the foot of your bed, and can easily be moved into the living room for extra seating when you need it.
  • You can also use two ottomans to make a bench. Break them up into two smaller seats when you need.

Create movie theater rows:

Just like group photos, place lower seats in the front and taller ones in the back. This will help ensure everyone has a great view of the TV.

  • Use bar stools to make a back row for your viewing party. Clear stools are especially great in small spaces, as they help reduce visual clutter.

small living room layout with a TV2. Maximize Surface Area

Now that you have seating aplenty, you’ll likely want some surfaces to go with it. Instead of buying more tables, repurpose what you already have.

Two coffee tables are better than one:

In small spaces, having the flexibility to move your furniture is important.

Try two smaller coffee tables in your space instead of one large one (or consider if you need a coffee table at all). Keep them together for daily use and separate them when you host to accommodate more people reaching for popcorn.

Pouf-perfect:

We love poufs because they are super versatile. Use them as a footrest or a stool, or even a side table. Ensure your pouf can go the extra mile, and look for one that’s substantial enough to support a tray with drinks and snacks.

Snack station:

A console table hidden behind your sofa is a sneaky way to add extra storage to a small space. But for special TV viewing occasions, try relocating your console table to an open wall. You can use it as an impromptu buffet table where guests can help themselves to snacks and drinks.

Open bar (cart):

Who doesn’t love a good bar cart? If you’re in the market, consider one on wheels which you can use as a mobile drink station. Easily wheel it out of the kitchen to serve drinks, and slide it away when you need the extra space.

small living room layout with a TV3. Final Tricks

A few finishing touches to make your small living room layout with a TV work for you.

Throw it on the floor:

Even your floor can be a nice seat if you add a little cushion. Floor pillows are a simple way to add seating and can be conveniently stashed away when you don’t need it.

Mirror-mirror:

Nothing like a large, reflective surface to make things look larger! Not great for your pores, but perfect for your living room.

Try hanging a large mirror above your sofa to help open up your room. Or embrace a more glam style with mirrored furniture, like a side or coffee table.

 

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You don’t have to cram a bunch of furniture into your home only to find you rarely use it. Our layout guide is for both before and after the party, because the size of your home shouldn’t dictate your design choices.

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Small Space Ideas: 1 Studio Apartment, 2 Clever Layouts

In our “Layout Guides” series you’ll find layout solutions for rooms of all shapes and sizes. Often the trickiest part of designing a space, finding the right layout for your room can be a challenge. We will feature a variety of rooms – from the square to the narrow, to the just plain awkward – outfitted with two different layouts that work.

If you’ve ever lived in a studio apartment, you know that while space may be limited, your design possibilities are not. This week we tackle two layouts for a square-shaped studio with an open floor plan.

studio apartment layout guideExplore the two studio apartment layout ideas below and steal a few ideas for your own studio apartment!

The space: A 450 square foot studio apartment with a corner kitchen and two walls of windows.

The Challenge: Designing a layout that included a desk, space for TV viewing, and dining area, all while maximizing the usability of the space to make it feel open and uncluttered.

studio apartment layout guideIdea #1: The Open Layout

Layout idea #1 is all about creating flow inside our studio apartment, making the space feel open, airy, and uncluttered. This setup is great for those who like to entertain and have people over often.

studio apartment layout guideWhy It Works:

  • The furniture hugs the walls, maximizing open space to create a layout that emphasizes good flow.
  • The bistro table for two in the kitchen separates the dining area from the rest of the space. This is also a great way to combat a lack of counter space (a not uncommon problem in small spaces), as the table can double as a kitchen island.
  • The bench stands in for a coffee table, but can also double as extra seating when guests come over.
  • Poufs tuck neatly away under the bench, and also work as footrests, side tables, or perches for guests or pets.
  • A triple threat, the bookcase provides extra storage, acts as a room divider, and gives privacy to the bed area.

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This Is Great If You…

  • Love to entertain and host small and large gatherings in your space.
  • Live alone or don’t need a studio apartment layout that maximizes privacy.
  • Hate clutter – there’s nowhere to stash a mess in this layout.
  • Want to take advantage of a layout that maximizes extra space – for yoga, dancing, or any other activity that requires a little extra breathing room.

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Idea #2: The Zoned Layout

By using floating furniture to section off – or “zone” – spaces, this studio apartment layout makes each distinct area feel like its own room. The best part is that the bed is totally tucked away in a cozy corner that feels secluded from the rest of the space.

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Why It Works:

  • “Floating” the sofa in the middle of the room helps divide the space into distinct areas, like living/dining, bedroom and office.
  • Place the dining area by the windows to create a sunny breakfast nook vibe.
  • Tuck the bed away behind the desk area, to create a separate space with more privacy.
  • Plop the sofa directly across from the wall-mounted TV to make Netflix binges more convenient and comfortable.

studio apartment layout guideThis Is Great If You…

  • Want a studio that has distinct spaces for all your activities, rather than feeling like one open room.
  • Don’t need a lot of space to host people in your studio apartment.
  • Live with a partner and want a space where you can cohabitate with a little more privacy and space to do your own thing.

Explore More Studio Apartment Layout Ideas

Back by popular demand, we’ve rounded up more of our best studio apartment layout ideas for 2020 and beyond!

studio apartment layout ideasLayout Ideas for an Open-Concept Studio Apartment

Designing an open-concept studio? Explore two ways we designed this space—one as an open live-work-sleep space, and another as a divided studio layout.

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L-shaped studio apartment layoutLayout Ideas for an L-Shaped Studio Apartment

Another common studio apartment layout conundrum? The L-shaped layout. We came up with two different layout solutions for this space that serve two different purposes. So whether you want a queen-sized bed, an office space, TV viewing, or a designated dining area, this layout guide has you covered with studio apartment layout ideas galore.

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studio apartment design tipsGet All of Our Best Design Tips for Studio Apartments

From how to maximize your square footage to hacks for making your small space seem larger, get the full scoop on all our best design tips and tricks for studio apartments.

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Get the Look: A Modern Take on Mary Tyler Moore’s Studio Apartment

An Ode to Mary Tyler Moore and the Modern American Woman

Mary Tyler Moore, the ultimate lady hero, was an important and influential woman for a lot of people. At Modsy, we are a company founded and run by female leaders, and we would like to thank her for paving the way for us and other fierce females.

The Mary Tyler Moore Show was the first program to feature a single, independent, career-driven woman in a leading role. The show also marked one of the first instances that time prime-time TV turned an eye towards issues such as sex, birth control, and women in the workforce. Mary’s humorous, compassionate, and lively character offered a new depiction of the American Woman to her prime-time television viewers.

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To celebrate Mary Tyler Moore’s legacy and her memory, we designed a modern version of her studio apartment for our twenty-first century single (and career-driven) ladies. Like Mary’s, this apartment, also set in snowy Minneapolis, has an open floor plan that is divided into a living/dining and entertaining space, a small office area, and a bedroom.

Mary Tyler Moore Studio

In the living room we selected a golden velvet sofa and the bold floral rug, inspired by Mary’s  studio apartment on the show. We ditched the coffee table in lieu of a small cocktail table that can be used for dining and entertaining – multi-purpose pieces are important for small-space living. The two mismatched side chairs create the sense that the space was designed in pieces with objects collected over time, as the apartments of many young adults are.

Mary Tyler Moore Studio

For the bedroom we opted for a canopy bed to bring some drama to the space. Studio apartments mean that everything is on display – if people are going to see your bed, why not make it a statement?

Mary Tyler Moore Studio

Designed spaces communicate identity; our homes are not only the places where we live, but they embody elements of who we are. In the mid-twentieth century, apart from Mary Tyler Moore and her studio apartment, the only other depiction of women and their homes in the media was of the suburban housewife. By contrast, the alternative home-based identity for males was that of the single, heterosexual bachelor who lived in his trendy, urban penthouse.

Mary Tyler Moore Studio

Images of such “bachelor pads” were showcased in Playboy Magazine alongside centerfolds of naked women. These were dwellings created for the educated, tech-savvy, elite male with ample disposable income and sex appeal.

Mary Tyler Moore, by comparison, was also a single woman, living in an urban area, and focused on her career rather than finding a husband. Her home, as a trendy studio apartment communicates this, and she provides the female role model to her male, bachelor counterpart. Like the playboy bachelor pad, Mary’s home is open, designed for entertaining, and full of an eclectic mix of Mid-Century Modern and more traditional furnishings.

We love Mary Tyler Moore and are continuously inspired by her go-getter, boss lady attitude. Thank you Mary for being the incredible woman that you were, and for paving the way for the rest of us. Together we are going to make it after all.

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