5 Inspirational Ideas for Your Study Space

5 Inspirational Ideas for Your Study Space
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    Whether you're a freelancer working from home or you'd like to provide your child with a space for doing their homework or studying, organizing a study space can be quite a creative challenge.


It doesn’t matter if you’ve got a separate room for setting up your study, or you’re just transforming a corner of your house into a space dedicated to work – you’ll need to ensure the space is functional, well-furnished and allows you to easily focus on the task at hand. Here are 5 inspirational ideas for organizing your study.

An adjacent workstation

If you’ve got some space in your kitchen or living room, you can easily install a desk and some cabinets to make it into an inspiring workstation. In order to get your creative juices flowing, paint your cabinets in a bright color – your vibrant surroundings will help give you a boost of energy.

Make sure to fill your storage with boxes and containers to hide all your supplies, as your workstation will be visible to everyone who passes by. Setting up your study space next to the kitchen has an additional perk – you’ll have easy access to all kinds of drinks and snacks to serve as your sustenance during hard work.

Study alcove in the closet

If you’ve got a closet at your home that’s simply not used, you can remove the door and line the walls with a colorful pattern to stimulate you at work. This will look like a small and cozy alcove, perfect for working and studying in peace.

Add some colorful accessories and remember to provide some storage space for your supplies – again you don’t want to create a messy and cluttered look.

A hidden study space

This is another idea based on a closet It will work if you’ve got a single closet with upper and lower doors. You can attach a fold-down table to the upper door to create a small study space, which can be simply tucked away once the work is finished.

In order to set up your study, you’ll need to open the upper door of the closet – and this part can serve as your storage segment. Put all your files and supplies there. Close the door, remove the chair and nobody will suspect that this is where you study.

Cork on your wall

Cover an entire wall section above your desk with chalkboard or cork to create a giant board where you can pin family pictures, create moodboards or note down things to remember. This is an instant fix for a cozy study corner that is both functional and beautiful.

Study space in the kitchen

If you’ve got a central kitchen counter, you can add a small desk at its end, a comfy chair and a small lamp. This is a great study space for kids – you can have an eye on them to see if they’re really doing their homework. This compact solution will be perfect for medium and large kitchens.

Setting up a creative workspace can be really fun – with these inspirational ideas you’ll be sure to create an environment that serves your needs and looks great!

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