I love that I have hard wood floors and vintage details, like the green tiling in the kitchen. I work in the art department in film and TV so I often end up with random pieces of furniture and art that is available at the end of a shoot, which is helpful when you don't have a lot of money to invest in your apartment. My pieces don't all match at all, but I think I like that, my favourite part of homes has never been how everything matches perfectly within an aesthetic, rather the inconsistencies that make a place feel like it has a human touch. Something you just liked for an unexplained reason even though it didn't quite go with everything else.
Three of My Best Tips and Tricks for Creating a Successful Small Space::
I hand designed and built my couch (which doubles as a spare mattress and bed for friends) and my piano stand (which doubles as a desk when you put the lid down). That has helped a lot. In a studio you have to make all available spaces work for you, and custom pieces help.
Light is one of the most important parts of a living space, always think of how light is getting to the parts you need it.