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How to create a study nook for kids

03 July 2018

Many children want their own workspace while still being in the middle of things. Create a dedicated children’s reading nook in the kitchen, living room or even in the hallway and they can have both.

To create a study nook, opt for a small desktop that you mount on the wall. Combined with a neat swivel chair it makes for great studying and takes up little room. Use shelves for storage (and a poster as a flexible backdrop – be as bold as you like). Add and adjustable lamp for a light that’s just right, and your nook is complete. A children’s reading nook in the middle of things means they can listen to music while studying and have family chatting in the background.

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Shine a light

If your child prefers studying in a brightly lit room, sit your nook next to a window to give them as much daylight as possible. Otherwise a spotlight you can move is a great idea.

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Keep on moving

Many children work best when they’re allowed to move – whether tapping their face or spinning in their chair. Give them a chair on wheels to keep them moving and learning.

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Choose small storage

Mini chests and boxes in different sizes don’t only help you keep track of the small things in your nook, they look great while doing it.

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