Inspiring Study Room Decoration Ideas to Keep You Focused



A study room is a place that should motivate you, inspire you, and push you to do your best to achieve great results. Therefore the interiors of the study room should be such that they help you concentrate on your work rather than distract you. Overwhelming interiors can shift your focus and may even impact your productivity. Here are some study room decoration tips that you can take inspiration from.

  1. Selecting and Furnishing the Room Right: Furnish the study room based on the space you have. If you don’t have a dedicated study room, then allot a private space or a corner in your house to set it up for work where there is no distraction. Investing in a compact study table with chair that has some storage drawers will help you keep the books, files, and stationery organized. If the space permits, adding a bookshelf in the study room is a good idea that can hold not just the book collection you have, but also a few other decorative items to elevate the look of the room.
  2. Add Nature to The Study Room: By adding nature we mean, adding a few potted succulents in your study room to give it a friendly look. Plants have always been known to soothe our jittery nerves and placing them on your study table or a corner of the room is sure to make you feel happy while working.
  3. Add Inspirational Décor: The wall right opposite your desk is the perfect place to add some motivational quotes, travel images, or some form of artwork from which you can draw inspiration to perform your work better. Don’t forget to add a wall clock, a calendar, or even a small whiteboard to your study room, because these will essentially help you keep a track of your work.
  4. Create a Cozy Corner: The study room need not always be serious, you can make it peppy by adding a cozy corner, all you need to do is to throw an oversized bean bag, or just place a warm rug and a couple of brightly patterned cushions on it. You are all set to take a quick snooze or just sit back and relax during your breaks. Keep the use of gadgets to the minimum while working, take breaks at regular intervals and keep yourself hydrated at all times.
  5. Keep the Place Well-Lit: Lighting plays a very important role in your study room. Working in poor light can make you feel dull and also strain your eyes. As much as possible allow natural light to enter the room, keep your curtains pulled apart during the daytime, and if your room doesn’t have a window then add cool white LED lights over the warm yellow light because it avoids the formation of shadows and gives a feel of sunlight. Desk lamps are an integral part of a study room because they help you create extra lighting especially when you are working through those long nights.

Apart from these, to further improve the look of your study room, add a fresh coat of paint to your walls.