Updating the study area is always a great idea and one thing you should do now to get ready for back to school. This space must be both comfortable and creative, adapted to child’s size and interests.
Today, we are bringing 6 inspiring ideas to refresh kids’ study area. We start with an idea from Milk Magazine, where they have added a board that can be used to keep every kind of things, but also to add beautiful posters with inspiring messages.
Original Mini Desk
The most functional mums may be thinking that it’s not a good idea but what about these cute mini pieces for our little ones? If you are creating their first study area, you can buy tailored furniture for them.
An Original House-Shaped Desk
House-shaped furniture is everywhere, from shelves to beds, including. Of course, kids’ desks. This study is really original thanks to that piece created by @betina which creates a cosy atmosphere.
A Simple Minimalist Desk
In order to add an original touch, you must know the furniture presented by Ferm Living in their SS17 Collection. Basic and minimalist shapes and several colours to be combined. Simple and effective, is perfect for the littlest of the house. It’s furniture with its own personality and it doesn’t require anything else.
Bohemian Accessories to an Original Study Area
There are not many styles as creative and imaginative as the Bohemian one with all that freedom. Take a look at all those crochet details with that amazing vintage look, that blanket that seems to have been hand-made and some toy heads to decorate the walls with a colourful touch. There’s no doubt that just some details are enough to change the style.
Highlight the Desk with an Original Wall
Once again, our beloved Instagram inspires us with the latest trends. This time you will only need some paint to create a different study area. The idea of painting the half of the wall is really nice, as it allows us to use dark tones like this one to focus all the attention on the furniture. In addition, it’s a cool way to do it, especially, if you add mountains to the set.
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