7 interiors that showcase the perfect home study
Having a well-designed study in your home is not only a newly processing trend, but a necessity for all small business and home owners. Keeping that in mind, today we will be looking at a few home studies that you might want in your own home.
- Gold and Gray
While having a separate study room within the bounds of your home or apartment may be a conventional typology, the contemporary home design can enmesh all of these typical conventions within one. In the interior below, you would see three unconventional home typologies amalgamated into a single plausible design/ this includes the living room, bedroom and the study. The study, though relegated its own zone in the interior is quite the standout even within the context of this design.
A conventional study room in a home has a very standardized setting- it is how the designer manages to play with that predetermined set that defines the authenticity of its design. The study room below – with its yellow and red color scheme – is one of the more typical designs, with a wall hugging cabinet and a standard computer desk, but the combination of all its individual elements creates something unique.
Black and white may be the go to of any black tie scheme, but it is also a very professional collaboration of colors for even a residential study room. The image below shows a beautiful side desk implementation that makes for a very collaborative environment as well as a pragmatic design. The space manipulation is synthetic enough so that there is no room for mal-design.
- Hybrid Space Design
While most study rooms are a singular feature design with a spread of no more than one room, contemporary interiors feature a relatively new genre of study rooms. The hybrid space design, in which various residential activities are combined in a single space, offers a good area for study room design. The image below shows just how flawlessly it can be done – where a simple dining area has been combined with a temporary study shelf wall.
- Simple and sleek
If you like a no nonsense design approach sans all frou frou accoutrements, then this kind of an aesthetic is definitely for you. The sleek minimalism of this design is appreciated, as well as tried and true. No distractions mean maximum focus, and that is exactly what this design has been going for.
While a study room has no business delving into the sumptuous theme, the image below shows that it can definitely be done. The dark theme, combined with a bright contrast creates a café like vibe that is admirable in this kind of a design formation.