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Creating a Teen Study Space
September is here and that means it is time for the kids to go back to school. It's also when two special words reenter the minds of kids and parents once again: homework and study. Much like a child's bedroom, a study space needs to evolve over time. What worked for a child in fifth grade may not work for a middle or high schooler who has three hours of homework each night and a budding career as an artist, musician, or web designer. We set out to look for some key features of teen study spaces to help you design the perfect one for your hard working student.
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A good chair is essential and the Mirra 2
from Herman Miller
will help make studying more comfortable. The Mirra 2 moves with your body, adapting to your form easily. As you shift and move it supports even the slightest of movements. This superior adaptive technology comes from the ingenious idea of merging a fabric layer with polymer veins to create a superior supportive structure.
The things that you love are more than just a pasttime and for teenagers, supporting those things can be just as important as studying. A desk can easily become a home office for a home-based business or a great place for kids to express themselves through a creative outlet. The people at California Closets®
will work with you to design a Craft Room
that meets all your needs.
Lite Source Halogen Desk Lamp
Good lighting is an important factor in a teen's workspace and this Lite Source Round Head Adjustable Halogen Desk Lamp
is the perfect option. The polished steel finish allows it to easily blend into and style of decor and the adjustable arms add functionality. The on/off dimmer switch on the base lets you choose exactly how much brightness is needed for any task.
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