Studio Apartments

Reply Wed 2 Jan, 2013 09:27 pm
Hello Community,

Studio apartments offer compact, relatively affordable housing for students and other adults living in urban or high-priced areas. One-room studio apartments offer a number of benefits to residents, as well as the challenges of living in a small space. In some areas, studio apartments are only used by people who cannot afford larger living arrangements, but for others, studio apartments are the latest in designer chic.

Features: Studio apartments have a single main room that serves as a bedroom, living room and dining room. Many apartments also include a compact kitchen, or kitchenette, in the same room. In some cases, the kitchen can be hidden behind closet-style doors. Most studio apartments have their own bathroom, although some types of efficiency and low-cost studio apartments may only offer shared bathroom facilities on each floor. Some studios include a small changing room next to the bathroom, and others may even include compact washers and dryers. Some studio apartments feature an alcove, or L-shaped main room, for the resident to use as a semi-separate bedroom, dining room or office area.

Benefits: Studio apartments typically rent or sell for less than other types of housing. In many areas, rates for studio apartments are even lower than for one bedroom apartments with similar square footage. This allows many people, such as students, to rent apartments when they couldn't otherwise afford housing in a particular area. Although some people find the lack of a separate bedroom to be a drawback, others prefer the convenience of having only one main room to organize and maintain, and enjoy the challenge of living in a small space.

Size: Most studio apartments range in size from 300 to 600 square feet. This includes the main room, as well as the kitchen and bathroom, if included. In order to live and, in some cases, study or work in this amount of square footage, most studio apartment dwellers must maximize the space by using compact furniture and efficient storage systems. Some studio apartment residents choose to divide the space into several smaller-sized areas for each "room" or function, either through physical room dividers or through the arrangement of furniture.

Best Regards,
amli Nagar
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Reply Thu 3 Jan, 2013 03:38 am
Dat be true..
Its lie stil..
They dont mention, bathroom too small to lock da whore in when she drooling
tha dragon.

She complains like tha wild kitten in the tuppaware shelf.

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Reply Tue 28 May, 2013 05:06 am
not in our country, It's not affordable it feels like it takes your money little by little. It's personally happening to me Sad
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