This 22m2 space was a derelict repossession, so effectively a blank canvas. However, initially constructed with poor layout so alot of chasing was step one. The Studio is located on a Holiday island and was to be put to market, so the buyer would be either a holiday maker, a resident or property investor. Each of these buyer groups take on varied needs so the decision was made to showcase it as a usable space to avoid any questionable thoughts on behalf of a buyer. Changes can always be made later to beds or sofas. It all took shape in the end, but for such a small space there would always be sacrifices. In this case I placed just a small expandable table for meals. Being a 10 metre walk to the main strip of the Island full of restaurants and bars and being a holiday Island, having a more formal meals area was probably not so critical as a relaxing zone. A sliding door for the bathroom was also a definite and plenty of storage. The decisions proved to be spot on and the studio was soon sold after being placed on the market.