No matter if you've just left your parents home and you've found your first apartment, or you're battling the fierce economy, which hit us all the past few years, you might end up in a small studio apartment. In fact, if you're reading this, you have most likely bought a studio apartment already. And when you enter it, you see just one thing. It's tiny. It's so small that you can't even hope to fit all the things you want, right? Well, that's actually true, because usually people want more things than they need. So, before you read the tips below, you should decide what you actually need and what you just don't want to get rid of. If the things you chose to keep after this still don't fit in the new studio, filter them again. You've missed a lot of stuff, which should have been removed. But, anyway, let's say you already got rid of all the unnecessary things. How to choose the furniture for your studio? First of all, I suggest you go for flat packs, because they're a lot cheaper than conventional pieces. In case you can't put them together, there are a lot of companies in London for IKEA delivery and assembly.