By Vivianne Lea. Interior Decoration. Published at Wednesday, May 02nd, 2018 - 16:46:34 PM.
Bring in the bulletin boards. Accessorize both your children’s study area and your crafts area with bulletin boards; the kids can pin up assignments, and you can create your own inspiration board. “This is a creative, productive space, so you should have an area to post images and ideas that create visual inspiration for you,”
Whether you want to host family game nights or entertain guests with a rousing game of ping-pong, a game room is a great place for letting loose in your home. If you feel like your home's layout doesn't have the space for this room, there could be a place you've overlooked: the attic. A transformation on your top floor may be the right way to provide your home with the game you've been looking for.
Open the shades. Beyond interior lights, take advantage of any available natural light: It can be great for creating artwork and soothing for doing homework. “Consider creating focal points around windows to keep the room bright as well as visually open up the space overall,”
Clutter does not benefit studying or creativity, so set up proper and organized storage. “Keep frequently used tools and materials in open containers for easy access, and keep anything extra or items used only occasionally to dedicated shelves and marked boxes.
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