Children grow and, with them, responsibilities like doing homework and studying. And for them to concentrate and learn more at ease, it is very important to have a nice, practical, and orderly study area like these
A bright study and play area for two sisters. The old desks are at the same timetable games, experiments, small and large creations …, in short, learning. Perfect for the first school assignments, and there is nothing like learning by playing. Brushes, paints, colors and games.
IN THE SMALLEST SPACE.
When there is not much space, one of the best options is to tailor your child’s bedroom. This will allow you to have all the elements you need in the space you have. This bedroom has been made to measure by Propertynews, and their study area is hidden under the bunk beds when not in use, leaving the room more free. The furniture integrates bed, drawer and desk. Mural also made by them.
FEMININE AND RELAXING.
A very feminine and quiet study area that combines the white of the furniture and the wainscoting with the pink of the wall. It is a bespoke project for girls, which adds the purity of lines with the softness of the pink color on the wall and the textiles. Bombo Chair model chairs are classic wooden chairs.
A PLACE FOR EVERYTHING.
A study corner by Blue World City, in which drawers of different sizes and shelves have been planned so that everything has its place and it is easier to maintain order. On the wall, very practical panels for children to hang their photos, notes and memories. Bespoke desk, linen curtains and carpet, at ths pretty room. The swivel chair and the lamp are from Ikea.
IDEAL FOR SHARING.
A perfect study area to share with friends and colleagues. It has space for another chair and a large sofa bench under the window, with drawers to store, ideal for resting and sharing secrets. The white of the furniture has been combined with the floral wallpaper that covers the walls (similar, from Casamance). Picture to hang things, in Piccolo Mondo. Mattress and cushions are cozy and comfy.
COMFORTABLE AND BRIGHT.
The comfort of the study area is very important and for this there is nothing better than comfortable chairs and natural light. This room, decorated with love, has a study area located in an adjoining room, which provides greater tranquility. It is located just below a large window and makes the most of the light. A sliding door separates it from the rest area. The desk and the blind are simple with classical effect. The red Tolomeoflexo lamp is added for lively look.
IN PARALLEL, FOR TWO SISTERS.
Two well-connected sisters are the queens of this pink room. The distribution, in parallel, allows them to be together, but not “jumbled”, each conserving its space to study and sleep. Desk, in textured lacquered DM. Kartell chairs, are specially designed. Bedspreads and cushions from Showroom Paris, and pink cushions, at La Maison. On the floor, the parquet is adding little detailing. On the desk, lamp, in Sacum and stationery objects in Pepa Paper and Pinetti.
ALL IN ORDER!.
The team has combined shelves for your favorite stories and pictures, drawers to quickly pick up your games, and a desk drawer to keep your colored pencils and notebooks close at hand. It couldn’t be easier! To make the most of the space, the furniture has been tailored.
STUDY AND REST ON TWO LEVELS.
This room, clearly differentiates the study area from the rest area, located on a mezzanine accessed by stairs
INTEGRATE BED AND DESK.
Custom furniture takes advantage of every millimeter. This children’s room has been equipped with custom furniture that integrates the beds and desks, perfect in a few meters. Decorative painting was made by the painter MaiteBayó. Blinds, in Entretela.
Although it is difficult to visualize it (the furnished spaces seem curiously larger than the empty ones) sometimes that small corner is more than enough, like this study area placed in line with the bed. Key furniture is chair upholstered with linen.
WITH VIEWS AND WITH SHELVES
This study is great, not only because it has fantastic views thanks to the successful layout that has been made in this bedroom, but also because it has space to store on the corner shelves. Desk, rug, wardrobe and flexo lamp are the main items.
MY SPACE, YOUR SPACE
Although this is a room shared by two sisters, each has their own separate study area so you can focus and work comfortably.
STUDY OR BOUDOIR?
It can be both, but mirrors also have their flirtatious function, what they do is create a sense of depth and thus avoid feeling “facing the wall”. The room is designed with desks, blue chairs and mirrors while wainscoting made with patterned wallpaper.
GAME OF HEIGHTS
Bunk beds are one of the great solutions when there is a lack of space in the children’s bedroom. Here the beds have been placed perpendicular and, below the upper one, the study area. Dröm Living design desk, chair is easily adjustable
Children are growing and the study corner in their room is increasingly important: a space that should be relaxing, practical and also beautiful, so that it allows the concentration they need.
As they grow older, “playing” is no longer their only mission on a day-to-day basis. It is time to learn, and not only in matters of subjects, but also in habits.
HAVE YOU DONE YOUR HOMEWORK?
How many times will you hear this question! The experts, in addition to advising parents to get involved daily and actively in the responsibilities of children, especially when they start with homework, highlight the importance of children having a space specially designed to study. The dining room table is not worth it, and even less the coffee table, and neither is the bed!
Having a study corner with a desk, a comfortable chair and even drawers and shelves where you can store and place your stationery, books and notebooks is essential to make them more comfortable.
MINI ROOMS? GOOD IDEAS!
Yes, we are fully aware that one of the biggest problems when redesigning children’s rooms when they grow up is the lack of space.
In the image gallery you will find very good solutions for children’s rooms with a few meters: desks that blend into the wall thanks to the use of the same color and materials, shelves that turn into a desk, cantilevered tops taking advantage of the space under the window, furniture as they offer storage solutions … Enter the gallery and get inspired!