Ideas to Transform your Spare Room into a Modern Study Spaceby Klaudia Hubbard Marketing Consultant
If you feel like your home is lacking a space where you can concentrate on your work, where the younger ones in the house can study, or just for anyone to curl up and read a book in, you are in need of a study room. It’s the ideal space where you can get inspired and stay motivated. It’s design goes a long way in making the study room such a space that would inspire you to work and/or study.
Overwhelming interiors can be counter productive as it can make you feel unfocused. Hence, you should also pick a room that has less footfall, select a colour palette that you find soothing, keep it spacious and free of clutter, and invest in multi-functional, ergonomic desk and chairs for maximum comfort. Following are some design ideas that will help you get started on realising your long-nurtured goal of having a study room:
Pick your colour palette
The colour palette you choose to use in your study room will go a long way in dictating how you feel in that space. Pick soothing colours in neutral shades and contrast it with rustic, earthy colours for the maximum visual treat. If you like, you can also punctuate the space with subtle doses of colour through cushion covers, rugs, curtains, pieces of art, etc.
Add some motivation
Just a simple board or a frame with a motivational quote that you relate to can personalise the space right away and make it solely your own. A frame or a board is also a medium to add texture or colour to the space in a subtle manner.
Add the comfort of a rug
Just like in any other room in your house, a rug is an easy and quick fix to transforming the space. We suggest you opt for shag rugs as they offer maximum comfort and are ideal for adding some texture to the space. Shag rugs are also ideal for low traffic areas like the study room and they will make sure that for as long as you are sitting on your table, toiling away, your feet are at rest on a soft, cushy surface.
If your house only has a small spare room that you wish to convert into a study room, you can economise on the space like an interior design pro. The trick lies in fold-away space efficient furniture that can serve multiple purposes. You can stack away your stuff on mounted shelves, make your chair double up as a storage unit, and your table fold away to make space, or even a reading loft attached with your desk as one unit.
A loft study area
If you don’t have a separate room, even the awkward, unutilised loft area can be turned into a serene study nook. Build the desk and shelves against the wall, layer the chair with a rug beneath, and let the natural light filtering into the loft do its magic.
Corkboard walls and chalkboard frames for a creative station
You can also install chalkboard walls for being your canvas of ideas or a corkboard wall for sticking your post-its. This will not only make the space look personal to you and what you do, but also inspire you with all those great ideas you have pinned the minute you enter your study room.
There are endless ways to make a spare room or even some spare space work as your study nook or room. With intelligent design solutions and space-saving furniture, punctuated with the right number of details that lend character to the space, you will have a study room that will make you want to work from home forever.
Created on Sep 9th 2021 04:21. Viewed 293 times.
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