It’s almost time to pack the backpacks and go back to school — also the perfect moment to give the study spot a makeover. The inviting, practical, and imaginative work area motivates school kids and students to learn, do homework, and get creative. Take a peek at our product tips and get ready for the school year!
Enough desk space
A students’ workstation can be decorated in numerous ways yet one thing is not worth compromising: a quality desk. Hartôn’s Honoré desk is a practical but elegant addition to the study corner, and its minimalist appearance allows use for years to come. There is a hidden box under the solid oak desktop, which conveniently hides the necessary pencils and other small items.
A colorful paper bin
The playful details enliven the atmosphere of the studying space, making it inviting. HAY’s Paper paper bin attracts the eye with contrasting colors and a three-dimensional folding technique. The unique interior detail is made of protective coated recycled paper.
Decorate the walls
The fun poster serves as a splash of color above the homework spot. The Danish MADO’s Alphabet Spaghetti poster is a modern version of the traditional alphabet board. Printed on strong, high-quality paper, the colorful letters and lines help the child to understand what components the alphabets are made of.
Take a seat
In addition to the quality desk, another key item of a workspace is a good office chair. When long hours are spent doing homework or reading, you need to invest in seating comfort and an ergonomic position. The soft backrest and seat of the Vitra Rookie task chair are flexible according to your position, and the height of the chair can be conveniently adjusted.
Small items lost? At its best, the tools are always nearby, so you can work smoothly without unnecessary interruptions. A good idea is to assemble the necessary accessories into Muuto's Arrange Desktop Series container, whose parts you can use either stacked on top of each other in various ways or as separate trays and boxes. The stylish organizer is made of recycled plastic.
Light affects both work efficiency and energy levels. Designed by Jac Jacobsen, Luxo’s L-1 is an original architect lamp, whose timeless design meets all the requirements for perfect work lighting: the adjustable arm allows light to be precisely focused and the functional appearance fits effortlessly to many interior styles.
Water to go
Whether it is water, smoothie, or ice coffee, the SIGG Dream drinking bottle takes care of hydration during intensive learning. The bottle made of borosilicate glass is suitable for both hot and cold drinks and can be washed in the dishwasher without any worries. The silicone cover protects the bottle from blows in the school backpack, hobbies, and on the desk.
For the youngest pupils in the family
NoFred's Mouse school set is an ideal addition to the child, who is just starting the school journey. The table and chair decorated with cute mouse ears are made of oak veneer and designed for children aged from 6 to 10. The soft shapes and simplified design of the series please also the parents' eyes and fit into the style of any room.
Notes to self
The memo board is a fun eye-catcher on the wall – you can attach notes and photos or write important messages. Lintex’s Mood Wall glassboard has no visible frames or fittings at all, so it blends beautifully into the interior. The series includes boards in several different sizes and shades, which can be also mixed and matched together.
When everything else is ready for the study space, you only need some new, delightful accessories. Design Letters’ stationery charms with its minimalist yet playful style making writing notes and ideas a little more fun. The Notebooks, pencils, and planners are decorated with Arne Jacobsen’s classic typography.
Text: Sarianna Määttänen Images: Manufacturers