Young children and students need a dedicated space at home where they can study, read, write and work on projects and crafts. Home study areas and homework zones are important to encourage learning and study. Here are some brilliant and creative study area ideas and designs to inspire your next renovation;
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1. A Dose of Motivation
A simple board with the right message can go a long way. Your message board can go creative, colourful or laidback. Just make sure you pick out a message that your child can relate to.
2. A Lot of Colours
Everyone will appreciate a good pick-me-up when there’s a hard task ahead. Bright colours can instantly perk up the room. This streamlined and farmhouse themed homework zone is modern, functional and perky!
3. Comfy Floors
Kids like mixing fun and learning. Play is also a very effective learning tool. Clean and comfy floors are highly recommended for study rooms for younger kids. Adding fun colours and shapes makes the room stimulating.
4. Fold-Away Space Saver
Study areas don’t have to take up so much space. Fast becoming one of the favourite home study area ideas and designs, this fold-away study desk is ideal for smaller rooms or apartments. The table stand also doubles as the chalkboard.
5. Fun Shelves
Shelves are must-haves for office or homework zones where you tend to have lots of stuff – papers, files, gadgets and supplies. This imaginative and trendy shelving keeps the place tidy and organised and adds a fun element to the room.
6. Reading Loft and Desk
Readers need space to cuddle up with a good book. This reading loft and desk combo is a space saver. The bottom nook is perfect for study and writing, while the loft provides a comfortable and private space for reading.
7. Corner Nook
Install a study area for your young student right in his or her bedroom. This smart and functional study corner is smallish, but makes up with its ample storage and efficient design.
8. A Writing Wall
While kids love to write on the walls, parents agonise on its ruin. Curbing their enthusiasm is not really the best solution. This is the best solution – a writing wall! Add to your study room, the nursery or anywhere in the house.
9. Modern Hallway Study Nook
Today’s students only need a desk, few shelves and power outlets. This minimalist hallway study nook is best for geeky teens who are more into the virtual sphere.
10. Desk and Shelves
Your study area can also double as a wall feature. This creative desk and shelves piece is movable and is surprisingly functional and efficient.
11. Elegant Rustic Study Area
A dash of rustic amidst the elegance of white and gold. Brilliant and fascinating! The bare wood walls, vintage lights and frames add to the bucolic look. This is the perfect look for your stylish scholar.
12. Double Decker Bed and Study Desk
Teens and older students need more storage and space. That also goes the true to their study areas. While it is not always possible to give them bigger rooms, it is easy to build and install this bed and study area combo.