How to set up cool home learning spaces for your child
For many of us working and learning from home has become part of our #HomeLife routine. The busy kitchen counter won’t cut it anymore, a virtual classroom needs an organised and stand-alone space. Here, we’ve gathered some ideas that’ll help you set up a space where your little ones can focus better and enjoy their classes. Set the scene Wall space provides a lot of room for creativity, having light and subtle coloured walls help create a calm environment yet encouraging creativity in the room. Instead of leaving blank walls, you could set the scene with wallpapers to make it an interesting space to learn in. Have a look this learning space set in double storey link home, Olive. The explorer themed wallpaper sets the mood for your little ones to learn in this well-lit and comfortable space. While a city themed wallpaper in this bedroom in Olive does the same by transforming this study area into an inspiring space together with its calming blue tones and matching white furniture. Bringing learning to the space Wallpapers are an effective way to set the scene for your little ones to learn but what if you could amplify it further? Turn the space into a learning corner with educational posters, motivational sayings or even informative wall art. This may just provide your little ones the space to express their creative side as well by helping to set their own learning corner. Have a look at this bright study space in Primrose, with a large map of Kuala Lumpur paired with a motivational saying on the wall, don’t you think this is an ideal learning space that you’d want for your little ones? Have a place for everything A messy study space can overstimulate our brains, making it difficult to concentrate, more so when we spend hours learning on a device. Dedicating a space for arts and craft or even setting up a simple reading nook in the room can help. This doesn’t only make your little ones have more fun in the room but also encourage their imagination and creativity as well. This bedroom in double storey link home, Sunflower does just that through a bright and comfortable space in the corner of the room. With plenty of natural light coming in from the large windows, this sets the mood for your little ones to explore their creative side. A study room doesn’t have to be all serious and boring, after all children spend more time doing things that interest and excite them. Give these ideas a try, they might just help improve your little ones’ mood to learn at home. Need more ideas on how to set up a cosy space for your little ones to grow? Click here to read more. If you’re looking for a home with plenty of bright spaces for your little ones to grow, have a chat with our friendly sales team by calling or WhatsApp 0125008018. Your dream home might just be a click away.