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Teen Study Corner

When my daughter hit the senior years of schooling, we found she really needed a dedicated study space in her room. Before this, she usually worked at the kitchen table and that was fine. However, as the workload increased (we live in a busy home with six people), she found it best to work in her room. Her room is quite small, so we only had a small space to work with. To economise the space, we went with a small desk and a trolley.  We’ve had this set up for two years now (for both grade 11 and 12) and it has worked very well. Just the other day, I was laying on my daughter’s bed while I was quizzing her on geography definitions, and I asked her if it was still useful — and she said she really liked the space.

Teen study Corner for the Bedroom

All up, it cost just over $200.

In her room she has:

  • Bed (obviously)
  • Study corner
  • Book case
  • Towel rack (purchased form Howard’s Storage World – where she puts her school shoes/towel and hangs her school uniform)
  • Air purifier
  • Build in cupboard 

Teen study Corner for the Bedroom

Teen study Corner for the Bedroom

Teen study Corner for the Bedroom

Teen study Corner for the Bedroom

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4 Comments

  • Reply
    Liz
    June 20, 2018 at 9:56 am

    Hi Kelly, thank you for all your inspiring posts. You do such a lovely job of your website, and the posts are always thoughtful and engaging.
    All the very best X

  • Reply
    Lisa
    June 20, 2018 at 3:15 pm

    Hi Kelly, love the space you have created for your girl.
    On a side note – where did you get the towel/show rack? Would like to find something similar for my boys x

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