Study Room Interior Design
A study room is essential if you need to study as an adult or if you have school going children. Before you get one it is important that you have a professional study room interior design team or designer to ensure that you get the perfect room.
The Space of the Room
This will determine the kind of furniture that you have, the colour that you use and the lighting that you will need.
You may use a specific room as a study area or a corner or a section of a room such as your living room, dining area or even bedroom as your study room. If you have a large room then you can have a desk, a chair, storage pieces such as shelving and cabinets.
If you have a small space such as corner or a section of the room then have multiple use furniture. Try as much as possible to situate your study room in a place with natural light. If this is not possible have enough light.
Study Room Furniture
The kind of work that you will do or what you will use the room for will determine the study room interior design.
If you need to read mostly, then you can have comfortable seating such as an armchair or sofa in addition to the desk chair that you will have.
If you will receive visitors or if your study room will also serve as an office then you can also have comfortable seating for your visitors.
Study Room Colours
Light colours make a room seem larger. You can use white, off white, cream and beige.
If you find these colours are too dull, go for pastel colours which are trendy and will make your study space look larger. Mint green, peach, pale pink, blue and yellow are brighter options that are suitable for a study room.
For study rooms for children, use colours that are appropriate without being too stimulating. Use comfortable furniture that is child sized or teenage sized. Incorporate fun elements that they will enjoy but will not be too distracting.
For a sophisticated study room, go for rich but sedate colours such as grey, brown, deep reds and greens. Use light coloured furniture so that the room does not look too gloomy.