7 One-Bedroom Apartments With MAJOR Style
When you get caught up imagining what your dream home will look like, it's easy to feel like your current home—that small, city one-bedroom or tiny townhouse—will never be enough. But we've seen time and time again that a home of any size can have major style. Don't believe us? We're looking back at seven unforgettable one-bedroom apartments that took our breath away. Take note.
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An eclectic and personal flat with a honey-hued palette, French jewellery designer Aurélie Bidermann’s home is brimming with one-of-a-kind details: caramel-striped upholstered walls, fairytale moldings, carefully considered furniture, and an ever-evolving display of objects.
Designer Kyle Schuneman wrote the book on small-space living. Literally: It’s called The First Apartment Book: Cool Design for Small Spaces. So it comes as no surprise that his West Hollywood home is inviting. Well-edited with a midcentury-modern-meets-masculine aesthetic, it’s also approachable and totally inspiring.
Trained in crafting beautiful spaces that convey elegance and personality, event designer Stefanie Cove call this West Hollywood condo home. The space features a beautiful mix of meaningful pieces, eclectic treasures, and personal artwork, resulting in a feminine and bohemian aesthetic.
Designed by young interior designer Nick Olsen, this New York apartment has an Old Hollywood vibe with Regency details, a rich colour palette, layers upon layers of fabric, and glamorous art choices. It’s also astounding how many beautiful furniture pieces Olsen has managed to pack into this small space.
This sunny Los Feliz one-bedroom designed by Christos Prevezanos has the benefit of fantastic bones. Its airy colour palette and outstanding furniture takes it to the next level, while gorgeous gallery wall makes a major impact.
In his pre-war apartment in New York's Chelsea area, accessories designer Rafé Totengco has created an art-salon vibe with an Eastern aesthetic by layering in exotic, hand-crafted textiles, worldly accessories, woods, and hides. It’s a wonderful escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.