Blogger’s Upper East Side Studio Apartment

Jackie, a blogger, lives large in her 400 square foot studio apartment on the Upper East Side.
She separated her living space from her bedroom with book shelves.
She also blogs here in this cozy and colorful space. 
I like how she’s divided her space and made it unique.
A clear Lucite chair takes up no visual space.
Her living space is good-sized. It is narrow but inviting.
Her tiny bedroom space is quite feminine with the bedding she chose. She did a good job with this very small space.
She has a small office space carved out, which she needs as a work at home blogger.
Her kitchen is really small. Really just an angled corner.
But her bathroom is bigger than mine is.

Do you think you could live here in this studio apartment?

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18 Comments

  1. I could totally live there alone….. I have lived in 600 sq feet and I could also do 400… but alone. No other person, no pet. Small living forces a person to get outside more and meet people. The world outside your door becomes your living room and entertainment area. Love that lucite chair! Think I may need one.

  2. When my daughter was living in her small New York apartment I bought her that same shelving unit from Ikea. She used it to divide her kitchen from her living room.It was great because it allowed the light from her large living room windows to reach into the kitchen. The apartment I will be moving into in a few months has 540 square feet so I love looking at how others make small spaces work. xo Laura

  3. One of your viewers showed concern about the closet situation. I toured Jackie's cute little home on Houzz and Apartment Therapy. They show her perfectly organized closet in addition to other decor. She has small scale living down to a science. Her studio (Upper East Side) is easily $2500.00 per month if not more. That alone calls for some serious square foot contemplation!

  4. I first saw Jackie's apartment when it was featured on The Everygirl, and I thought the entire space oozed with her personality. My favorite piece was the lucite chair, and when I saw that she bought it from Amazon, I had to buy one to go with my desk. I follow Jackie's blog, too, and I love it!

  5. Loved Jackie's apartment and how she utilized the small amount of space! It is so sweet and quite classy! For a studio, she has really made it feel like it actually have separate spaces, which I love! I am sure she utilizes under bed storage for clothing and other secret places as well. Wonderful job Jackie!

  6. Miss Jackie did a bang-up job of using every inch of her space. Just gorgeous and it does show her personality. I will show this to my daughter who will be going into a small space. You find the best places to showcase!

  7. I could live there – alone. I cannot live there with a husband, five children, five s/o's, and nine grandchildren. It would be a great hideout though! All of her choices so thoughtful. The lucite chair which doesn't stop the eye from going to the far corners, the open bookcase, all the white. She has made a small space appear so much larger.

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