*How to turn a bedroom into a dedicated study space

Monday, October 14, 2019
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Who doesn’t love being able to work at home? It’s the perfect place to get away from the world and indulge in your own sanctuary of knowledge. That’s why you need a study space where you won’t get distracted by other people and instead can just focus on your work. Your bedroom is the perfect area to make this study space a reality. So, here are some top tips on how you can make your bedroom the perfect combination of work and relaxation.

A Desk Space
Some people can work on their beds or sofas, but others feel far more studious having a specific work desk that is in their bedroom. The best thing about a desk is that it is not like a normal table. It has been specifically designed to help with your studies by having cabinets, filing quarters and a large surface for your computer or work books. Make sure you pick a desk that has enough room for a lamp, writing supplies and for your notes. A well-organised desk can give an air of sophistication to any bedroom. It also means that you can have your late-nights study sessions right next to your bed. So, once you are done you can head to sleep.

Lighting
Now, when it comes to lighting up a study space, some people prefer white light, whilst others enjoy a soft gold glow from their lightbulbs. This entirely depends on your own personal preference, but pick a light that will help keep you awake and helps you avoid headaches during late working hours. The lights you pick need to suit your bedroom’s space. For your bedroom study, you may want a small lamp that can fit on your desk and focus on your work, or maybe even a longer lamp that can shine light over a reading space. When it comes to lighting, do be sure to check out specialist suppliers and designers, rather than pick the first thing you see that looks ‘okay’. Pagazzi Lighting supplier a great range of kitchen lighting, bedroom lighting, and much, much more.

Book Cases
When it comes to your bedroom, you may naturally have a book case in it. After all, you have a ton of reading to do over your holidays that you want to get through. But, if you have enough room, why not include a smaller bookcase where you can put your files and important notes? It doesn’t need to be large. Instead it can be a nice, compact size and even fit beside or underneath your desk.

Printer 
Are you using a computer or laptop during your studies? Well, having a printer in your study is the perfect thing to bring your important notes with you when you have a commute ahead of you. It can also help you save on printing costs by having your own personal printer instead of forcing you go out to the local library or print shop.

Do you have any tips? Do you have a home office or study space? 

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15 comments

  1. Having a desk space is so important!

    Candice

    natalyaamour.com

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  2. I find a desk always makes the world of difference when I'm working to be honest!

    Love, Amie ❤
    The Curvaceous Vegan

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  3. I use my livingroom for study space and I love it! The desk with cute pots makes all the difference!

    Erin || MakeErinOver

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  4. I always found having a desk space so important when I just had the one room before we moved out xx

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  5. I like working from home on the odd occasion, especially if I have some reports to read and I don’t need distractions of the phone going or the door constantly going x

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  6. I wish I could fit a desk in my room, it'd make work so much easier x

    Jenny
    http://www.jennyinneverland.com

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  7. Having an office has made such a huge difference, it makes me so much productive x

    Tiffany x www.foodandotherloves.co.uk

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  8. I adore the way this looks. I'm one of those people that has to do college work on my laptop in bed, though, because my room is too small to fit a desk. However, when I move out next year I'm making my desk space the first thing I focus on! It's so important. X

    Toni / http://www.tonijoanne.co.uk

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  9. These tips are perfect! I really need to work on my mini office space but I sometimes find it difficult to use ideas from inside my head in real life! I think I'll just need to take things one step at a time!

    Daisy xoxo | TheDeeWhoLived

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  10. I work by sitting on my bed, that’s naughty right? X

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  11. This takes me back to being at uni, trying to segregate a small space into work and relaxing areas. I definitely think a desk space makes a big difference x

    Sophie

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  12. Love these ideas. A desk space is such a great idea and one I need to implement.

    https://littlemissmelanie.com/

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  13. I really wish I had a proper study space - in my new place I think it's going to have to be a corner of the lounge!

    Jasmine xx



    Jasmine Talks Beauty

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  14. Some great tips! I'm just trying to set up my office space at the mo x

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