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Designate a Study Area for the kids before you start your redesign

Does your child believe that lying on the floor with his laptop on his lap, music turned up and a cell phone ringing is proper study time? I think it's time to create a space that provides productive study time.

Interior Space. Choose a space in your home that will allow a since of peace and quiet. In the kitchen create an area that is in a corner, family room and bedrooms can work as long as you have the proper space to lay out your books and materials.

•Desk. Invest in a desk that is solid and well constructed it will be worth it and it will last. Children tend to be hard on furniture.  Choose a desk that has a comfortable work area.

•Lighting.  Use a desk lamp that has good light pattern that will cover a large area, this helps in preventing eye strains.

•Chair.  A Comfortable chair is essential. Find an ergonomic chair this will maximize productivity and reduce discomfort. Seat cushions in bright fun colors and patterns will help your child stay at the desk to his / her homework is complete.

•Storage.  Storage space is a must. Keep plenty of plastic boxes with labels and shelves this will help your child put away his or her things.  Bright colors will make organizing easier and more fun.

•Compliment.  Create places and interior spaces for your child to display accomplishments, like gold stars, awards, art work and a job well done. A reminder of what we achieved is something we all like to see.

Children who have a study space of their own can develop good study habits.  Choosing the right colors and furnishings for that interior space may help your child develop a sense of ownership in the interior space, and having your children study will help the parents relax. It's a positive for everyone.

Have fun with your redesign.

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Peggy Johnson



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