7 ways to design a good home study

7 ways to design a good home study

A study is not only a private sanctuary, but it is the semi-public zone of the home where public and personal aspects of the business are carried out in a synthesized fashion. The implications of a good study design include several elements, including the design and execution of the perfect study desk and relevant accessories. The thing about the perfect study is to design a perfect balance between the workspace and other activities without creating too many visual distractions. Today, we will be looking at 7 ways to design a good, pragmatic and visually pleasing home study.

  1. Simple and concise

The size and dimension of the study depends on the kind of work you do – if you’re a business major then glamor would be the best way to go, but if you’re a trendy designer or a graphics master than having a sweet, simple and concise place to work would be the best. The image below shows a study room design that is very ‘wall-flowered’ in design but has such a concise charisma that you feel attracted to it anyway.

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  1. Of natural light

While designing a window study can be sometimes very distracting, there is no denying the aesthetic and ambient qualities in every such implementation. As you can see in the image below; the careful contradiction of the study space design along with natural light and blinds create a very professional space with personalized implications.

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  1. The transparent design

Transparency is all the rage in the interior market these days. A study room is essentially a dynamic combo of personal and private ventures so the zoning is almost always semi-public and semi-private. The image below shows an interior with a carefully cognizant design that is partially public and only a little bit private. The design makes this study a space of its own but with all the visual implications of a public zoning.

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  1. More than one

A study room for more than one person is not a rare commodity. In homes that lack ample amount of space, it is only right to design a shared study instead of an individual one. In the image below, you can see just how successfully this design can actually be carried out. While one side is designed to accommodate a long, liner desk formation that can be shared by more than two people comfortably, the y-axis consists of a small relaxing are that looks out a large picture window – a perfect combo of aesthetics and functionality.

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  1. Bedroom come study

Shared bedroom studies are a new design venture that work best in student bedroom designs, but can also be implemented in adult bedrooms. These study designs are compact but definitely functional and offer the best shared aesthetic with the rest of the bedroom design scheme.

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