Here’s how to create the ultimate homework station (so you never have to ask if your homework is done? Over and over again) what moms love teen study spaces
Prepare your teenage kids' study space for the upcoming school year and here are some ideas to organize.
Teen boy study rooms
A perfect learning space for a teenage boy is often an industrial one, they can be divided or individual. Metal tube tables, scrap wood and various industrial lamps are ideal for such rooms. If your son has a modern room, make a built-in desk by the window or create floating shelves using one of the shelves as a desk. A blackboard calendar will help your son organize his time and not forget anything. Make sure you add convenient storage space - drawers, organizers, floating shelves, and built-in spaces.
Teen Girl Study Spaces
The Scandinavian style is popular for uncluttered rooms for girls, and you can add cool glamorous accents: blushing, pink and gold accessories, decorations and textiles. Wall tables are a popular option for a girl's study area. They are great for small spaces. A windowsill can double as a desk and add hidden drawers for storage. Beautify the room with memo boards, framed pictures, accessories, vases and even lights. The floating shelf above the desk helps show everyone off.
Gender neutral options
If you don't want to show any girlish or manly taste, decorate the study corner in neutral tones such as light brown, beige or gray. Another idea is to keep it super bold, such as red, green, or yellow. These are colors that are suitable for either gender. I love the idea of hidden study rooms, for example a desk in a drawer that can be hidden and your child has more space.