[ecis2016.org] Shared in this article, are seven ideas for creating a study area in your home
Gone are the days, when most Indian households required a study corner, only for their children. With remote working becoming a mainstay, study areas are a must-have feature in all homes. Here are some design ideas that can be incorporated in study rooms of Indian homes.
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Study room for working professionals
There are many individuals, who do bring their official work home or do a large part of it from home. For this category of working professionals, a dedicated study room is required, so that there is a peaceful environment for working, with minimal disturbances. This, however, does not mean that you have to make a large investment, in creating a study room. Start with the bare minimum and add furniture and other design elements, as and when you deem fit.
For bookworms, professionals and students
This design works for everyone in the family – whether they are working professionals, students or just someone who loves reading. A dedicated space in the house can be created, which can be a perfect blend of a workstation and a library.
Study area for compact homes
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Families with multiple working professionals would find this arrangement ideal. This concept is also ideal, if you have children above grade 8. A slightly larger space in the living room of your compact home could be used, to install a large study table that can serve two people at the same time. A stand-alone bookshelf can be used, to keep your books safe and to showcase it at the same time.
Study room for large, luxury homes
Meant for large homes, a dedicated study room would require a considerable amount of design planning and woodwork.
Study area for 1 and 2BHK homes
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In 1 or 2BHK homes, it might not be possible for you to create a dedicated space for the study area. In such a scenario, a part of your living room, preferably a corner, can be dedicated for this purpose. Use a large table to set up your workstation and buy a bookshelf of the right size, which does not make the space look cluttered.
Study area for children
This is ideal for children between the age of three and nine. It ensures that your children have a specific area to learn, as well as play. You will require a dedicated space to create this study area, so that the children can enjoy the feeling of having their own territory. Even the smallest room in your home, could be used to create this study room.
Study area for single professionals and rental homes
Single working professionals, with space constraints, can set up the study area in the bedroom, by simply fixing a comfortable chair and large table along with a study lamp. This arrangement also works quite well for those who live in a rented place. You need not make a lot of investment, to create your specific study corner.
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