Studio Apartment Floor Plan


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With Cedreo, you can create professional studio apartment plans faster than ever. The easy-to-use toolset and extensive library of furnishings allow you to quickly create detailed 2D and 3D floor plans . Help your clients better visualize their new studio apartment layout, and close deals faster!
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Types of Studio Apartment Floor Plans

It can be tough to design small studio apartment floor plans. You have to fit a lot in a small space. That’s why it’s best to use a combination of 2D and 3D studio floor plans with detailed dimensions and furnishings. See how these types of floor plans help you and your clients make the best use of living space.
2D floor plan of a studio apartment designed with Cedreo

2D Studio Apartment Floor Plans

A 2D floor plan shows the overall layout and dimensions from above.

Cedreo’s continuous drawing mode enables users to create a complete studio apartment floor plan with just a few clicks. As you draw, instantly get updated dimensions and surface area measurements. It's easy to add necessary details like color coded zones, interior partitions, furniture and cabinet symbols. Drag and drop windows and doors from the extensive product library, and quickly customize size and color to fit the studio apartment design.


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3D Studio Apartment Floor Plans

A studio apartment's small space can make it difficult for clients to visualize its final look and feel. That’s why 3D floor plans that show furnishings and materials are so important. They let your clients get a realistic 3D view of the finished apartment from a variety of viewpoints. This helps your clients get a feel for the studio's flow, which is especially important when working with small spaces.

Using client feedback, add colors, materials, and furnishings from Cedreo’s extensive product library. Update 2D plans and instantly see the changes in the 3D viewer.


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Studio apartment 3D floor plan designed with Cedreo

Studio Apartment Floor Plan Examples

Studio apartment 2D floor plan with symbols and colors
300 sq ft studio apartment floor plan
One bedroom apartment 2D floor plan
One bedroom apartment layout
Small studio apartment floor plan 2D floor plan
Small studio apartment floor plan
Studio apartment 3D floor plan
Studio Apartment Layout
1 bedroom studio apartment floor plan
One bedroom studio apartment floor plan
Narrow studio apartment 3D floor plan
Narrow studio apartment floor plan

5 Studio Apartment Floor Plan Considerations

Creating a floor plan for a studio apartment is uniquely challenging. You have to fit an entire home – kitchen, bedroom , bathroom , dining room, & living room – into a single room. Before starting, it’s important to discuss your client’s needs to determine if they prefer an open space or one that’s divided into separate areas.

Consider these 5 tips when creating a studio apartment floor plan.

1. Define Functional Areas

Even without any walls and doors, you can still find ways to define each functional area of a studio. A popular way to do this is by using different paint colors and covering materials on floors and walls. Cedreo makes it easy to do this even in open space layouts. Another way to define a zone is to use large area rugs. Try putting one under the sofa and coffee table, or under the bed and sleeping area. With limited square feet available in the small space of a studio apartment, interior design is essential to get the most out of the area.

2. Use Storage Pieces to Create Separation

Instead of using folding room dividers, create separation with storage pieces. This helps divide the studio while providing some much-needed storage space. Use a trunk or entertainment center for a little extra separation without making the spaces feel too cramped. Or you can add a tall bookshelf or cabinet for a more defined separation.

3. Create a Private Sleeping Area

Some clients prefer to hide the sleeping area as much as possible. One way to do this is by placing furniture at the foot of the bed. Try a console table and sofa combination to create a sense of separation. If they want a more private sleeping area, consider adding a tall bookshelf or wardrobe cabinet as a room divider with storage. And if the space is limited, add a simple hanging curtain that can be pulled back during the day.

4. Maximize Lighting

Nothing makes a small space look bigger like more light. Be sure to place furniture so as not to block natural light coming in through the windows. Use thin curtains for privacy that still let in as much sunlight as possible. Adding strategically placed mirrors and light-colored paint will reflect light and make the space feel larger. And if you have to supplement with artificial lighting, use a variety of lights – ceiling lights, table lamps, and floor lamps.

5. Decorate with Floating and See-through Furnishings

Floating furniture can help break up the open space without making it feel more confined. Instead of placing the sofa along a wall, try placing it away from the wall to divide the living room area from the rest of the studio. See-through furniture is another smart choice. A glass coffee table is functional but doesn’t appear to take up any floor space. You can also use a tall see-through bookshelf. It has extra storage, and the open sides will still let plenty of light through to the rest of the studio.

Create 2D and 3D Studio Apartment Floor Plans Online… in Minutes

Cedreo is used by thousands of home builders , remodelers and interior designers to bring studio apartment floor plans to life. With Cedreo, you don’t need to be skilled in 3D design to create professional studio apartment layouts.