Study Room Designers in Chennai

Study Room creates a bright and lively space.

Create a bright and lively space that'll get your kid's creative juices flowing! The cabinets used here were ordered in a factory-applied yellow that echoes the hutch across the room. There's no reason you can't get this look with some vibrant paint and a weekend of DIY. Putting a desk in a space just outside the kitchen provides a bit of privacy for independent workers but keeps them close just in case they need homework help. Easy access to snacks is also a plus.


Build a space-smart little office right in your kid's room. All you'll need is some stock lumber, storage bins, and tracks for a sliding work surface.Take the doors off of a little-used closet and line the walls with a fun pattern to create a handy homework alcove. Your kid's design ideas may not match your own, but applying their feedback will make the space—and studying—more appealing to them.This clever contraption features a door with a fold-down table for a work station that can be tucked away when the studying is done.


Some wall-mounted shelves or cubbies and a small computer desk makes for a quick and easy study station.Cover an entire wall in cork tiles or chalkboard paint to make a bold—and functional— design statement.This tiny desk at the end of a counter makes for an open-yet-compact workspace that isn't tucked away into a cabinet or closet. It's perfect for younger kids who need homework help and supervision while working.


Outfitting a room almost entirely with recycled or reused finds can prove a challenge. Too much salvage, and your space starts to look like a junkyard—which is why interior designer Sally Bailey lets simplicity reign in her home studio, shown here. This interesting space makes a great study station for older kids, while teaching the importance of eco-friendly design.


If you don't have a dedicated room for a home office or study space, you'll have to learn how to share. Living spaces can lend themselves nicely to multiple uses. Put a vacant wall to use with a built-in work unit. But if there's a television in the room, make sure it's turned off at homework time.For sit-down kitchen desks, like the one shown here, leave about 30 inches between the bottom of the lampshade and the counter.


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