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HOW TO MAKE A STUDY ROOM FOR YOUR KID!

Functionality is a big part of decorating a room, but styling with accessories is always the top of my favorite list! Understanding and implementing the art of good styling is what will ultimately transform your boring room to a dream room. I shared this below of our client's study room.


1) DEFINE YOUR STYLE

Can you define your style? It can be easy to name off colors you love and narrow down your favorite pieces of furniture, but can you give your style a name? Likewise, this study room for my client would use for her middle school and high school bring on a whole new set of challenges, but one thing every student will eventually face is group projects. Ease their stress by ensuring a spacious with pair with mix pattern such as vibrant wallpaper to add personality and character in this quiet place room to gather and collaborate.


2) BUILDS IN CABINETS AND BENCH

My client's really wanted the room to stay a study/office/reading room. And that’s where all the most recent tweaks came into play with beautiful craftsmanships builds-in cabinets wall and bench to make this room completely functionality. They moved tons of books to another room, went from red ceiling to blue ceiling and yellow wall to vibrant wallpaper. We hang a chandelier to become our focal point and this cannot go wrong for sure!


3) THE SECRET TO MIXING DESIGNER AND LOW BUDGET ITEMS LIKE A PRO

Budgets come in all sizes but they all share one common goal: to get the most for their money. So whether your budget is incredibly high, really low or somewhere in the middle, we want to share one of our best secrets to get the most for your money is MIXING high end-end designer pieces with budget-friendly items. Like this study room, I pick the high-end designer wallpaper to bring the room back to life and works secretly mixing the low-budget like drapes, pillow cushions, accessories like a PRO!




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Sourcing Links



Source: (not sponsored)

wallpaper: pynehollyhock

Chandelier:One Kings Lane

Wall Color Ceiling: BM Mistral


Designer By: Grace R. (Kwick Fix Home Design)








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