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With space at a premium, Jenice can use this glass console table as a makeshift desk and anchor a mini flat-screen television on the side.
SHOP NOW: Cosmopolitan Console Table, $399
Pull Up a Pouf3 of 11
Make use of every inch in the new studio apartment by storing extra seating under the console. These bright ottomans will also add a punch of color.
SHOP NOW: Knitted Blood Orange Pouf, $90
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Invest in a bed that features under-drawers for seasonal storage, and add a graphic headboard for instant style. When summer arrives, the bikinis and beach towels will be easy to access.
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Studio apartments are notorious for minimal closet space—a fashionista's worst nightmare. To embellish an empty wall or to hide unsightly, exposed piping, create your own custom closet with Container Store's storage system.
SHOP NOW: Elfa storage system, prices vary
Curtain Call6 of 11
Hide your new built-in closet with a set of Marimekko fabric curtains. By opting for a bold pattern, the panels act as quick, easy stand-ins for wallpaper.
SHOP NOW: Keisarinna Cotton Fabric, $43
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Short on square footage? Set this loveseat at the base of your bed to kick off the living room space and create a natural partition.
SHOP NOW: Lainey Tufted Settee, $569
Split Personality8 of 11
Pushed together, a pair of these high-gloss surfaces makes a great cocktail table. Or use them separately to place on either side of the sofa.
SHOP NOW: Lack Side Table, $13
Light the Way9 of 11
Free up floor and table space by installing a ceiling fixture instead of using lamps. Go for a statement piece like this hip, industrial chandelier.
SHOP NOW: Loft Chandelier, $299
Lift Off10 of 11
Mount floating shelves over the bed to act as a space-saving bedside table. Add a small potted orchid and a nightlight to accompany your keepsakes and brighten things up.
SHOP NOW: Ekby Gruvan Shelf, $30
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Instead of plopping down the cash for a pricey area rug with fixed dimensions, opt for the flexibility of carpet tiles. Change the configuration at a moment's notice, and they'll transport easily for any future moves.
SHOP NOW: Just Plain Folk FLOR tile, $15 per tile
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