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The Study, be it a nook or a separate workspace, needs consideration

These days everyone loves to have a space to check emails, watch the kids do their homework or pay the bills. Whether you need a home office or a workspace for kids there are a lot of options when designing this space.

1. The Nook

Some prefer to have the space integrated into the living zones like a nook. The benefit is it is easily accessible but it sometimes means that the room is restricted and you need to keep it neat if it is in a family/ kitchen zone.

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2. The bedroom

Creating a spot in the bedroom can be tricky but a space wall creates a good starting point. Looking for a well lit area will also assist. Some people are converting part of their walk in robe into a workspace and that can work well to separate the bedroom from a study.

3. The Study

A room that is purpose built as a study affords the opportunity to think about the layout, light and storage.contemporary-home-office


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