8 Design Ideas for Your Kid’s Study Area

Whether it’s a whole room or just a little corner, you can create a cool study area for your precious young one.

Updated on August 14, 2017 16:08 pm

Jemma Chiu

cute tables and storage desks for kids

As many parents would know, kids grow up fast. The baby's room it took you long months to design and decorate is now the sleeping quarters of your active toddler. Soon, you will need to carve a little corner for your little boy or girl to study in.

Need some ideas? Soak up some inspiration from these kids' study areas that are both parent- and kid-approved:

bright colours for a neat and cheerful study room for kids

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1. Colours help boost young ones’ creativity so inject some of bright and bold hues into the decors. The sunny yellow industrial-style pendant lights definitely help brighten up this space.

pastel mint green accents for study desk for girls

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2. What about using mint green accents on a white pegboard shelving to organise the kids' study and art materials?

a monochrome black and white theme study area for kids as they transition into teens

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3. There’s no need to deviate from your home’s minimalist or Scandinavian theme by opting for a monochromatic study area for them. After all, black and white tones spell calm and elegance.

use of tray to organise stationeries to keep study area neat and organised

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4. No cabinets or shelves to park your kid’s tools? A cart—one of the most flexible items in your home—can help you store these items and clear the clutter in the study area.

use of study table and shelving racks for a small study corner in kids bedroom

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5. Carve out a study area in their own bedroom by converting the bedside into a place for them to read books or enjoy crafty projects. Place a narrow desk and install book ledges on the wall.

an industrial style playroom and study room for children, teens and adults

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6. This playroom-cum-study area looks both stylish and functional, thanks to the printed ottomans and a nice area rug.

to maximise small spaces, use a loft bed and create a study corner under the bed

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7. Your little prince or princess probably dreamed of a loft bed to climb onto. Maximise the space under the bed and transform it into a cool study area.

wall mounted desk create study corner for small space apartments

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8. Living in a compact home? Don’t fret. You can always use some space-saving furnishings to give your little one his or her own private space to study. Flex your DIY muscles and install a wall-mounted Murphy desk that you can easily tuck away when not in use.


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