One of the daily activities of a school-age child is doing homework. It is imperative that they have a comfortable space where they can do their homework, and if it is beautiful and inspiring, even better! Today we show you seven study areas in different styles†
Study areas for children in black and white
In the first photo we have a good idea for smaller rooms and for older children, with a small table next to the bed, simple, with clean lines and in white so as not to overwhelm the space. If you combine it with a black chair, you will certainly not fail and you will give it a very cool touch. did you see how much? black and white children’s rooms did we discover lately?
This can be a good option for those kids who are even distracted by a fly; small decoration. The ideal study consisting of four parts: a poster with numbers, a garland with a message, a table with lots of character and an iconic chair. As you can see, black and white is a current gamble in kids decorating, although I know it might be an unwise combination for some for kids.
Study zones for children: optimizing space
If we don’t have much space at home, we can always take advantage of a corner for the study space, such as the bottom of a staircase or a divider, as in this case. To delineate the work area, the wall has been painted a different color, a nice gray-blue that pairs perfectly with a white table with an Eames rocking chair, and small details on the wall add personality. In these cases it is important that the lighting is adequate, looking for the ideal combination of natural or artificial light according to the conditions of each room.
Children’s Study Areas: Vintage, Vintage
If you like the vintage style in children’s rooms, you will love this study space. All credit goes without a doubt to the restored pieces of the desk and chair, but the simple environment helps keep them from coming loose and other elements don’t overshadow them.
Study areas in children’s rooms Total White
For fans of totally white, a clean space, like a blank page. The character is given by the different overlapping rugs and the practical String shelf that hangs above the desk.
Nordic influences in the children’s study areas
Again we see the relevance that a wallpaper, in this case applied to a children’s study place† It is an environment composed in a very simple way, with a shelf that is attached to the wall and some super simple stools with a piece of the legs painted that create a very original and fun workspace thanks to the wallpaper they have wrapping it already small accessories that decorate. The windows in the photo belong to the Ferm Living collection of children’s wallpaper, a classic, especially in Scandinavian-inspired rooms!
Study Zones for Kids: Eclectic Inspiration
And to conclude, an image of an eclectic workspace. Different pieces, from different eras and styles, carefully combined, can result in a very cool space like this one. The chair made of natural fibers provides warmth, while the metal tray gives a sober touch, but the papers on it or the rug counteract this. On the other hand, the photo with a message or the clock on the wall create a vintage atmosphere. In short, a well-planned space in which everything fits.
Which style of study space will suit your little ones’ rooms?