6 Modern Ways to Redecorate the Study Room for Your Child

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By Hannah, 

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Building a great study room for your child is equivalent to providing him/her the opportunity with making the best out of their focus and concentrations. It is a fact that our environment plays an important role in determining our progress rate. Therefore, you have to set up your kids’ study room carefully, and purposefully. Those of you who are doing this for the first time might feel like it is a hard task but worry not. I will provide you some excellent tips for renovating your children’s’ study room.

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 The Walls

It’s true that children are drawn to environments that are colorful and bright but it is important to realize that too bright walls can sometimes prove to be a distraction. Therefore, you should choose a much less bright color, such as pastels. Avoiding hanging too many posters, instead, mount a periodic table. It would look good and serve a purpose as well when it comes to your child’s education.

The Lights

When renovating the room for your kids, you have to make sure that you enlighten the space up enough. It is always encouraged that you have natural lights in the room however if for some reason you cannot manage that, don’t choose to mount fluorescents on the ceiling. Optimum light for studying is yellow light. I also suggest that you have some table lamps placed on the table so they can be used while concentrated on the finely printed text.

The Flooring

Flooring is another part of the study room décor. You can have it tiled, but I prefer wooden flooring. It looks more natural, and though it does take time to manage and polish it the look, it gives to the entire room is quite stylish. Wooden flooring is not very expensive either; you need to look for it in the right places. I’m sure you will find many dealers who would provide you wooden ceiling in good pricing.

The Windows

Another focal point of the room will be windows. Windows can also serve as a source of light so you should pay special attention to the windows of the room. You can put some blinds on them for summery weather or add cute curtains; the margin of decorating this space is ample. You can ever set up a small reading nook near the window sill. It depends on your creativity and the window’s structure, but this space can be utilized in many ways.

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You should also choose the furniture quite carefully. Opt for ergonomic design desks and chairs, your child’s comfort should be your top priority. You can add a cute bean chair in the room as well; it will make your kid happy. You should ask your child about their choice of furniture before you decide to buy it for their study room.


I’d say that you should splurge on the accessories. Remember to buy a top quality monitor mount for your child’s desktop computer; it will save his neck from getting strained.

Author Bio:



Hannah is an interior designer by profession, and she knows all the ins and outs of using the right quality of the furniture and accessories for home décor and workplace. She is also a blogger who loves to write about the home and office maintenance tips and tricks. Check this link right here to know more about standing desks Singapore.

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