A study room in a house serves many purposes. Some see it as a room for work, reading or studying, while for some its a cocoon for introspection and self-time from the outside world. Also, this space can be used by children, old or elder people. Whatever purpose it may serve, whatever audience it may entertain, but a calm and comfortable study room makes any task enjoyable.
Light and ventilation:
Arranging a study room comes with its usage perspective. As this space is about reading, a set up around a window or a good ventilated space is crucial as lightening and good ventilation play a vital role in any study ensemble. Having windows or ventilator openings that welcomes external air keeps the room alive. Also, with an abundance of sunlight reach, the positivity is here to stay.
Keep it colorful:
Keep your study walls vibrant and lively. Also, paint them in soothing colors like white, cream or light grey so as to reflect light. A big no to dark colors. To further enhance the space, have white furniture to compliment the whole vibe.
Furniture with utility:
Adding too much furniture in a study room will make it look more disoriented and cluttered causing distractions. Let your table chair breathe in a comfortable center or corner as it pleases you. For allowing space to free-flowing of ideas with no distractions, keep everything handy. The table should have enough drawers to keep essential stationery handy. Choosing the right chair is crucial. Make sure it’s comfortable but not that much that one starts feeling sleepy.
Essentials at service:
Adding a noticeboard or soft board in a study is always helpful in keeping track of things. Further, there should be enough drawers and shelves to keep important things safe and in reach. You won’t like leaving the space and going out of the room to grab something, it breaks the concentration. For this, having a good cupboard with a multi-storage area in your study not only adds an extra oomph to your space but serves a piece of important utility furniture.