Prepare the study space of your teen kids for the coming school year, and here are some ideas to organize.
Teen Boy Study Spaces
A perfect study space for a teen boy is often an industrial one, they can be shared or single. Metal tubing desks, reclaimed wood and various industrial lamps are great for such spaces. If your son has a modern room, make a built-in desk by the window or create floating shelving using one of the shelves as a desk. A chalkboard calendar will help your son to organize his time and not to forget anything. Remember to add comfy storage – drawers, organizers, floating shelves and built-in spaces.
Teen Girl Study Spaces
Scandinavian style is popular for uncluttered girl’s spaces, and you may add cool glam touches: blush, pink and gold accessories, decorations and textiles. Wall-mounted desks are a popular option for a girl’s study space, they are amazing for small rooms. A window sill can act as a work desk, add hidden drawers for storage. Spruce up the space with memo boards, framed pictures, accessories, vases and even lights, floating shelf over the desk will help to display them all.
Gender Neutral Options
If you don’t want to show up a girlish or a man-like flavor, decorate the study nook in neutral shades like tan, beige or grey. Another idea is to keep it super bold, for example, red, green or yellow, these are colors suitable for any gender. I love the idea of hidden study spaces, for example, a desk in a drawer, it can be hidden and your kid will have more space.