Back to School - How to create a study space that your child can enjoy.
Its that time of year again when we are checking off text book lists, calling the uniform stores and measuring feet to see the new school year in. What is often forgotten in the midst of back to school shopping is ensuring your little one has a place to work whilst at home.
Whilst the kitchen table may have been practical initially, it is important to create a naturing learning space in the home they feel like they can work in and in time, they will hopefully get excited to come home to.
We have put together styling tips on how to create an inspiring learning space at home for your child.
Top of the list is the desk; the foundation to any home study. Instead of having to use the dining table and constantly move around a stack of books a designated desk table is a great start when creating a space.
Explore our range of wooden desks featuring a concealed draw and statement legs in our rose gold and metallic nickel finish. Let your child study in style as they slowly turn the space into their own.
Extra storage is also a win, our modular range comes with matching side tables that be used for the perfect desk draws creating a winning combo for our Estelle and Albie. Featuring two deep draws these side tables really are the perfect solution to those extra folders and back up stationary you need out of sight.
Keep the space inspiring for your little one with fun wall prints, we love this range from Tiny Art Club.
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Add some extra lighting for those late-night book worms, we've chosen 5 desk lamps we love right now.
Help your child keep track of time and most importantly count down until the next snack break by adding a clock to their workspace. This allows your child time to set their own study goals and practice telling time.
We love this clock selection from Society 6.