This YO! Home gives you some of the functionality of a larger home inside of a studio space by using multifunctional furniture and designs, like how the bed that hides into your ceiling and how the dining room hides into your floor.
It even features a desk that converts into an extra bed, a kitchen that hides away when you’re not using it, and built-in floor storage. If you ever want to find yourself in a city, is a design like this something you would consider?
YO! Home Transforming/Multi-functional Studio Apartment
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Images © YO! Home
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A Cheaper DIY Alternative for Your City Studio?
Of course, there’s always a much less expensive way to do it. You can just buy or rent a studio and build something like this in it. It’s a loft bed built using scaffolding from Home Depot.
@ijessup Testing out the loft bed we built out of scaffolding from @homedepot We got a rental house in Joshua tree while we build the new house and had to make some quick furniture. So we ordered some mattresses from @casper and turned this scaffolding into a bed in just a couple hours. Full video coming soon to the #homemademodern YouTube channel. #letsdothis #homedepot #scaffolding #loftbed #tinyhouse #tinyhouseliving #casper #caspermattress #furnituredesign #modernism #moderndesign #minimalism
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