Village of Rowlett Apartments in Rowlett, TX (469) 416-4487
4500 Southridge Dr
Rowlett, TX 75088
(469) 416-4487 (P)
(469) 416-4487 (P) (469) 416-4487 (P)
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Sunday: 1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Monday-Friday: 8:30 AM-5:30 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM-5:00 PM

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Apartments in Rowlett, TX

Are you considering a studio apartment over a one bedroom to call your “home sweet home?” Make sure your studio apartment is the best it can be by avoiding the following this list of small-space decorating “don’ts!”

  1. Leaving unused space:
    In a small space, it is a big mistake to leave underutilized or unused space. Make sure every square inch has a purpose. Consider raising your bed onto a platform so you can store seasonal clothes and shoes underneath. A few other ideas include using decorative baskets to store gadgets or other items you don’t use. Don’t write-off any nook in your apartment. You can turn all the space no matter how large or small into something that enhances your apartment. 
  2. Using furniture that doesn’t fit the space:
    When you try to fit large furniture like a California King Size Bed and a sectional sofa in your studio apartment, it won’t work. These items don’t fail because your studio at our apartments in Rowlett, TX is small, but because of the nature of studio apartments. Pieces that are too large will get in the way and interrupt the flow of your room.
  3. Using the space like a single large room:
    Technically your studio is just one big room; however, you can create separate areas with special functions. Use temporary room dividers to create the feel of a bedroom and use a rug to distinguish your living room from your dining space. Bookshelves are a good option to separate spaces as well while also doubling as more storage space.
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