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Arranging your furniture is hard enough when all the furniture you own isn't jammed into a single room. But here you are, in your itty bitty one room apartment, generously called a 'studio', and all that stuff has to go somewhere. Take heart! And take a few lessons from these real-life studio apartment layouts, created by real-life studio apartment dwellers like yourself.


Echelon at K Station offers beautifully-appointed luxury studio/efficiency apartments, 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom apartments in Chicago’s West Loop. Combining today’s most sought-after features and finishes with a variety of apartment floor plans that suit your Chicago lifestyle, you’ll have everything you need to feel right at home in your new downtown apartment. All of our West Loop studio/efficiency, 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom apartments for rent have stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and in-home washer/dryer. The majority of our luxury apartment units also showcase spectacular views of Chicago’s skyline and the Chicago River – many feature private balconies.


Ah, the humble studio apartment. At one time, this dwelling was considered to be the home of starving artists. Today, it's a symbol of efficiency and exceptional modern design. With the tiny house movement driving architects and interior designer to think small, it's no surprise that the studio has become not only a source of inspiration for those that wish to live large with smaller square footage, but also maximize whatever space possible. In these 50 studio apartment plans, you'll see living spaces that dazzle with their ingenuity, attention to detail, and unique design.


Echelon at K Station offers beautifully-appointed luxury studio/efficiency apartments, 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom apartments in Chicago’s West Loop. Combining today’s most sought-after features and finishes with a variety of apartment floor plans that suit your Chicago lifestyle, you’ll have everything you need to feel right at home in your new downtown apartment.


If you're dealing with a studio apartment but hate the idea of looking at your bed all the time, take a cue from deRaismes' 312 square foot DC studio. Here, a bookcase (the trusty IKEA Expedit (now Kallax)) creates a legitimate bedroom on one side of the space — there's even a folding door. A sofa, with a console table behind, helps define the transition between living room and kitchen. It's a great idea for a small space, as the console can also provide additional kitchen storage and countertop space in a pinch.


Above: Sandra's Toronto studio feels surprisingly spacious for an apartment that's only 204 square feet. A trunk next to the bed creates a bit of separation between living and sleeping areas, as well as providing extra storage. And instead of a couch, Sandra has opted for a single comfy chair — just right for an apartment for one.


ExecuStay is the perfect temporary housing solution for stays of a month or more. While every location is unique, see sample room layouts below for studio, one bedroom, two bedroom and three bedroom furnished apartments.* Studio One Bedroom Two Bedroom A Two Bedroom B Three Bedroom


All of our West Loop studio/efficiency, 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom apartments for rent have stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and in-home washer/dryer. The majority of our luxury apartment units also showcase spectacular views of Chicago’s skyline and the Chicago River – many feature private balconies.


Our studio, 1- and 2-bedroom apartments rise to the occasion. The floor plans shown here showcase the variety we offer, including our newest Phase 2 apartments and ultra-luxe Signature Flats. One is certain to be just what you’re looking for.


If you have enough space, simply floating the sofa away from the bed, like Lauren did in her San Francisco studio, can be enough to create the feeling of a separate living area. Just because your space is on the small side doesn't mean all the furniture has to hug the walls. Floating furniture in the middle of the room can help a room feel much more spacious, and open up a lot moe space planning possibilities.


In Amelia's 490 square foot New York apartment, she's created a cozy bedroom nook by positioning her bed in a corner, and placing a bookcase at the foot of the bed. This leaves plenty of space for her living/dining area, which is actually quite spacious — proof that you can have it all in just one room.