Transitioning from summer to school requires a suitable study space that's organized, focused, comfortable, and stylish.
Study areas can be separate rooms or creatively set up in bedrooms, dorms, or libraries.
Experts for creating ideal study spaces: Megan Evans (designer) and Kathryn Lord (organizer)
Megan Evans Interiors and More to Organising are their respective backgrounds.
1. Distractions should be minimized in a study area to enhance productivity and focus.
2. Incorporating a suitable color palette enhances engagement and comfort.
3. In small spaces like dorms, minimizing clutter is vital while maintaining a balance for creativity.
Lofting beds can maximize storage and space, placing a desk under the bed for efficient use of vertical space.