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How To Decorate and Furnish A Small Study Room

The study room is a space that should reflect a person’s character and individuality. It should be organized, furnished and decorated in a way that allows the user to feel comfortable and productive and shouldn’t include distractions. However, this doesn’t mean it has to be austere and boring.

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Make the most of a wall by furnishing it with a long, wall-mounted shelving unit or with lots of storage cubbies for books, desk accessories as well as a few decorations. Under this unit there can be a minimalist wall-mounted desk and a few stools that fit nicely underneath.

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Another great way to use a wall, especially one with a difficult shape, is by building a custom bookcase. It can cover the entire wall and can be the main storage element in the room. This type of design suits those with large book collections.

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Make the most of a small and narrow study room by incorporating open shelves and wall-mounted desks. There’s plenty of space here for everything including a cozy window seat.

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The layout of the room should be adapted to the user’s lifestyle and needs. It’s why custom furniture is a wonderful option. It allows you to make the most of the room, including only the details and elements you need and want.

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You should also find ways to personalize the study room. That can be done through elements such as an area rug, some wall décor or simply the way you decide to store and organize everything.

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If the room is small, the best thing to do is to adopt a minimalist style. In other words, try to simplify everything as much as possible. The desk can only feature a worktop with no drawers or storage compartments underneath and the walls can be white and plain.

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A study room also need a bit of flair and the best way to achieve that is with wall décor. Maybe you can display an inspirational poster, something handmade or to adapt the décor to your personality.

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Aside from the desk and other work-related elements, a study room can also include a comfortable nook where one can relax, read and study. Ideally, this should be close to the window.

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Posted in How To, Tips, and Advice on November 12, 2010

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Stefan
Stefan is the owner of Homedit.com – he started the site back in November 2008, from his passion for interior design and decorations and since then the site went from being a simple blog to one of the most popular home design websites on the web right now.

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