Designing a study room is one of the easiest things to create in your home; as long as you have a small corner of space available, you can create a suitable area to study in. If you are lucky enough to have a spare bedroom then that would be perfect for creating a quiet and dedicated place for studying. And if you think carefully, there is no need to spend a lot of money in designing a suitable study area. After all, what do you need, apart from somewhere to place a laptop and a lamp to work beside? This means that the smallest of spaces can be utilised. If you have no room for an additional chair to sit at, then think about whether you have an area by the side of the bed which is suitable to attach a shelf to. For girls, this could be dual purpose; an area suitable for hair and make-up, and also one to place a laptop and work at.
Of course, if you do have a spare room, then the sky is the limit! You could purchase a lovely wooden desk, maybe with a traditional leather-inset top and a comfortable leather office chair to match. Position the desk close to a power point so that you can operate a lamp, printer and anything else electrical. Think carefully about window coverings too. If the window faces out onto a busy road with traffic, then it would be ideal to have some kind of shutters or blinds at the window to hide distractions. However, if you have a delightful countryside view, then consider having blinds which can be opened to enjoy the view, or closed to stop the sunshine from ‘bleaching out’ your laptop screen. Wherever you choose to study, try and make sure that it is in a quiet part of the house and away from distractions which will mean you can concentrate without being disturbed by the hubbub of a normal family home.
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