THINGS TO REMEMBER WHILE DESIGNING YOUR CHILD'S ROOM
Homework is not a child’s best friend but you could foster the friendship between your child and their books by making their studying experience more enjoyable. A clutter free study table offers a conducive atmosphere for your child.
Here are a few tips to design a perfect study room:
A book rack is an absolute essential to store books and notes. A beautiful wooden rack gives an organized look and feel to a study room and optimal space to stack your books in an orderly manner.
A soothing palate of colors is vital to help your child stay focused and to provide invigorating environment. Shades of green, light shades of brown and pale white are excellent options.
Lighting is undoubtedly the most important aspect while designing a study room. Ensure the presence of natural light through the day by having larger windows and cross ventilation for an airy and well lit room.
Ensure that all the frequently used stationary such as pens, staplers and glue are in the reach. Use attractive holders and pen stands to place them strategically.
All study and no play, makes John a dull boy. To have enough respite from books, a study room should have a good collection of posters of inspiring people from all walks of life to act as role models to your child. An element of fun could be added along with posters of cartoons and superheroes as well.