The Artist's Studio - Studios for rent are advertised as single room apartments but they still can be used as artists' studios. If you are looking at studios for rent as an apartment or a workspace, keep the artists' den atmosphere in mind as a possible decorating theme.
The Spare Office or Library - Because studios for rent are empty, large, and open in design, sectioning off portions of the space for different uses can be difficult. If you want to carve out a special space for working, reflecting, or reading, try using bookcases as room dividers. Keep them open on the back or paint the inside back wall of the shelves to add dimension and surprise to the design.
A Place in the City - Did you move into residential territory a little too quickly and now wish you still either lived closer to work or could crash nearby to avoid a long commute? If you can afford to, keeping a rental studio near your place of work can be a safe decision to prevent falling asleep during a drive home. It also can be used as a sort of rental guest house then when you're entertaining large numbers of people.
Before you begin your search for Phoenix area studio apartments, start by setting a budget for your rent, then determine which neighborhoods appeal to your lifestyle and your budget. Studio apartments are available throughout Phoenix's 15 Urban Villages, situated within six regions of the City of Phoenix, including: