Studying is something no student ever wants to do. With all the distractions available, it might may seem impossible to motivate the student to get the work done. While studying is always going to be a drag, the environment that they are set up in might motivate the student to do better.
When setting up a study area, it should be in an area that is far away from any distractions (ie: where the television is or where there is a lot of noise).
To help designate a study area, it should be clearly marked as one. One way to distinguish an area as a study area is to have a desk. You could always try to have a built in desk/wall made into a study area, but you could always also purchase a separate desk. (Like Modway’s Tinker Desk in Natural) Having a desk allows you to keep all your supplies and papers in once place. To keep areas less cluttered, try to have some storage boxes or even have a bookshelf installed.
Tinker Desk in Natural
Comfort is important while studying. You will be sitting on for hours, so might as well get a chair that is comfortable. A bonus would be one that has wheels so that you can move around your study area to reach things out of your reach so do not over exert yourself. There are so many different styles of chairs to choose from, like Modway’s Lippa Novelty Chair in Red or Uttermost’s Yalena’s Desk Chair
The study area shouldn’t be completely bare and boring. Try to add warmth or something to look at so the the area is not completely uninspiring, but at the same time not distracting. Add a decorative rug or even some paintings or pictures on the wall. Like Concord Global’s Flowers Beige Rectangle Woven Rug or Uttermost’s Mini Floral Glow
And of course the most important aspect to keep in mind when setting up a study area is the lighting. While studying, you should have task lighting to help focus on what specifically is trying to be done. No one wants or can get work in the dark. So illuminate the area to be productive.
Great task lighting you can add to a study area is to go with a table lamp that can sit easily on top of a desk or you could always add pendant lights or wall sconces with a swing arm if you lack the space. Try ET2’s Satin Aluminum Eco-Task 1-Light 37 Inch LED Swing Arm Table Lamp or Elk Lighting’s Single Light Swing Arm Wall Sconce
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