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The study is a room of one’s own, which should be filled corner to corner with timeless furniture and characterful home office decoration, allowing you to accomplish tasks in comfort and style. Here are a few study design ideas, including a sleek modern study complete with a mirrored desk and cool metal task lighting for reading and correspondence. If you’d prefer a rustic scheme, country-style study decoration involves lots of hand-made wooden furniture and bookshelves crammed full of your favourite reads.

The House Of Lancaster

Studies - The House Of Lancaster

Annabel took the view that you’re much more likely to accomplish tasks in a study that’s beautiful. She combined faux shagreen, leather and faux tortoiseshell finishes to create a room that is as elegant as it is practical. The result is an ideal reading spot: the Ashmolean Shelves are perfectly sized to hold rows of books and both the Zola Chair and reading lamp are fully adjustable.

Studies - The House Of Lancaster

Good Things Come In Small Packages

Studies - Good Things Come In Small Packages

The Founders turned this small room into a study. To make it appear bigger, they painted the walls white and placed a large mirror adjacent to the window, which reflects the natural light beautifully. An untidy room will always feel cramped, so the three Founders included a desk with drawers, a simple wastebasket and matching stationery holders, all finished in our elegant faux shagreen.

Studies - Good Things Come In Small Packages

La La Living

Studies - La La Living

If you have the space, every home can benefit from two seating areas and this sophisticated and multi-functional space shows why. A room that expertly combines the styles of an office, a snug and a library, Sue wanted this room to reflect modern living in which people use their homes for work and relaxation all at once.