• 50 Study Room Design Ideas For An Organised Space

    Study room design is an important aspect to help you create an inspiring and productive workspace. Whether you’re a student, a professional working from home, or simply in need of a quiet place to read and reflect, the design of your study room can significantly impact your focus and efficiency. Through the curated study room design projects in this blog, we explore the latest trends, practical tips, and innovative ideas to transform any space into a study sanctuary that fosters creativity and concentration. These study room design projects will delve into how to optimize your space for comfort and efficiency, ensuring that every element, from ergonomic chairs to strategically placed shelves, contributes to a productive atmosphere. Let’s design a study room that not only meets your needs but also sparks your passion for learning and working.

    Shades of Teal | MN Design Co By Garima Agarwal

    This room is the most evident in shades of teal. The study table is made of blue Lapis semi-precious stone with brass inlay and marble. Intricately carved chair by artisans that have worked at our workshop for 15 years, complimented with fabric from the Sabyasachi collection (Nilaya) to give it a royal touch.

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    Designed by: MN Design Co By Garima Agarwal

    Location: Hazratganj, Lucknow

    Principal Designer: Garima Agarwal

    An Eclectic Taste | Ekta Khanna Design Studio

    Given the eclectic taste of the client, there was room for creativity and experimentation in design choices. Mixing textures, and colours has added depth and personality to each room. There is a perfect balance between functionality and aesthetics and  that reflects the family’s lifestyle and preferences.

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    Designed by: Ekta Khanna Design Studio

    Location: Defence colony, New Delhi

    Principal Architect: Ekta Khanna

    Photograph Courtesy: Sushant Sinha Photography

    A Relaxing Workspace | Upside Artist Design Studio

    At the other end, as one enters the study, brightly coloured tiles grant the space a chirpy and active
    feel. A classic bookshelf, workspace and relaxing chair coupled with an open ceiling balcony
    make for an immaculate aura to work in.

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    Designed by: Upside Artist Design Studio

    Location: Balewadi, Pune

    Principal Designer: Chinky Budhraja

    Photograph Courtesy: Kartik Bakshi & Honey Thakkar

    Tranquil Study Room Design | House of Design Stories

    The beige bedroom exudes a sense of tranquility with its light tones and accents of blue oxide for the wardrobes. The custom designed wardrobe shutters feature embroidered art on fabric adding a touch of elegance.

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    Designed by: House of Design Stories

    Location: Pondicherry, India

    Principal Architects: Ar. Arul Maniyan & Ar. Anu Krithika

    Photograph Courtesy: chidambram_photo

    En-Suite Study | Pangram Studio

    The bedroom also extends into an en-suite study and bathroom. The wall canvas for this room has been accentuated with the limewash finish for the authenticity of yesteryears.

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    Designed by: Pangram Studio

    Location: Bhubaneswar, Odisha

    Principal Architects: Ar Janesh Vijan & Ar Sonakshi Jain

    Multipurpose Study Room | Bhavin Wadhwana Design Studio

    The guest bedroom is designed as a multipurpose space. The wood and brass wall unit functions as study and storage. The bed sits lower than usual housed in grey hued lime plaster imparts a sense of space that is unique and informal.

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    Designed by: Bhavin Wadhwana Design Studio

    Location: Mumbai, India

    Principal Designer: Bhavin Wadhwana

    Photograph Courtesy: photographix

    Blush And Plush | Studio MAT

    The kids room is a beautiful pop of color and has a lot of playful design elements. A tropical amazon wall paper that is paired with blush color that compliments the daughter’s personality and her liking.

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    Designed by: Studio MAT

    Location: Pune, India

    Principal Architects: Pratha Bhagat & Harsh Soneji

    Photograph Courtesy: Kshan Collective

    A Bold And Empowering Space | 3 Square Design

    The bold and empowered term one would encounter stepping into the daughter’s bedroom. This unique idea of accenting the wall with these fonts justify every design decision in the room- from the boosting cobalt blue to the raw woody finishes to the simple linear furnishings. Every segment in the room designates the user.

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    Designed by: 3 Square Designs

    Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat

    Principal Designers: Vishal Patel, Bhavya Patel, Hardik Donga & Team

    Photograph Courtesy: Inclined Studio

    Muted Colour Palette | InnerArch Designs

    The other rooms have muted color palettes of white and beige to create a pleasant and relaxed feel in each bedroom. The gorgeous cladded wall with curves along with hanging shelves.

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    Designed by: InnerArch Designs

    Location: Sargasan, Gandhinagar

    Principal Designer: Bk Patel

    Photograph Courtesy: Zotagraphy

    A Sense Of Connection | NSAD Studio

    It celebrates the expanse and addresses their requirement for being connected.

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    Designed by: NSAD Studio

    Location: Gandhinagar, Gujarat

    Principal Designers: Nachiket Shelat & Nishita Kedia

    Photograph Courtesy: Murtaza Gandhi

    Cozy Reading Nook | Make That Space

    One enters the bar area through a wooden paneled frame into a narrow passage surrounded by books that terminate at a cozy reading nook. A space that earlier used to house AC units were transformed into a bar and library unit. The bar and library are finished in a PU coated shade of garnet.

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    Designed by: Make That Space

    Location: JVLR, Mumbai

    Principal Designers: Shilpa Kenia & Brinda Kenia

    Photograph Courtesy: Phxindia

    A Whimsical Space | Studio Chitra

    Moving further, one of the project’s standout features was the children’s bedroom, where Studio Chitra unleashed its creativity. Additionally, the whimsical bed designs depicting landscapes and versatile study tables.

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    Designed by: Studio Chitra

    Location: South Bopal, Ahmedabad, Gujarat

    Principal Designer: Ayushi Raval

    Photograph Courtesy: Pixellus Photography

    Form Function Fusion | SPACESTRY

    The overlapping study with ample storage exemplifies the fusion of form and function, resonating with curated elegance. An open shelf provides an ideal spot for cherished reads, plants, and collectibles.

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    Designed by: SPACESTRY

    Location: Shela, Ahmedabad, Gujarat

    Principal Designer: Ayesha Mitchell

    Photograph Courtesy: The Space Tracing Company

    A Simple Space For Collectibles | Studio HC

    Considering the client’s penchant for collectibles, books, and artifacts, ample display shelves were strategically introduced in the living and common areas.

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    Designed by: Studio HC

    Location: Zen Garden apartment, Bangalore

    Principal Architect: Ar. Hemanth Chander

    Photograph Courtesy: spiritwallstudio

    Rustic Yet Cosy | Innerspace

    The kid’s bedroom hits various striking color combinations and attractive shapes. The Balinese themed guest bedroom on the first floor has a rustic yet cozy interior emotion. The house also has four terrace gardens which provide a common avenue for family interactions.

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    Designed by: Innerspace

    Location: Beawer, Rajasthan

    Principal Architect: Ar. Ajay Sharma

    Mid-Century Styled Decor | Jalihal Associates

    Hints of Shiny metal elements in forms of console table legs, end table supports and decor elements encapsulate the essence of a mid- century styled home decor. Each of the children’s bedrooms speak about the persona of its user.

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    Designed by: Jalihal Associates

    Location: Belgaum, Karnataka

    Principal Architect: Juned Jalihal

    Photograph Courtesy: Shamanth Patil Photography

    Veneer Clad Study | DNC Studio9 LLP

    Across the bed, a veneerclad study transforms into the television console, perfect for addressing the morphing needs of the child or hosted guests.

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    Designed by: DNC Studio9 LLP

    Location: Bangalore

    Principal Architect: Abhishek Chandra

    Photograph Courtesy: Inclined Studio

    Study Bedroom Design | Rebel Designs

    Last but not the least, the study bedrooms handcrafted with world map is the focal point of its unique and captivating design. The study table design effortlessly harmonizes with shaker style wardrobe, keeping it visually stunning and functional

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    Designed by: Rebel Designs

    Location: Powai, Mumbai

    Principal Designer: Bhavna R Gangani

    Photograph Courtesy: Wabi Sabi studio by Janvi Thakkar

    MDF Finished Furniture | Vyanjan Kale Associates.

    Daughter bedroom is designed with glossy brown laminate, with white deco finished MDF for backrest. Colour element is added in the form of bright floral pattern curtains. It accommodates her queen size bed, wardrobe, study area, along with photo mural wall of her photos and a reading space for her.

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    Designed by: Vyanjan Kale Associates.

    Location: Nashik, Maharashtra.

    Principal  Architects: Ar. Vyanjan Kale & Ar. Pallavii Kale.

    Photograph Courtesy: Vikrant Dashputre.

    Clean Minimalist Design | Tvashta Architects & Interiors

    Positioning a study desk and chair in the area, preferably in a clean, minimalist design & ensuring the desk is spacious enough to accommodate your study.

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    Designed by: Tvashta Architects & Interiors

    Location: Rajkot

    Principal Architects: Ar. Kandarp Shah & Niteesha Shah

    Photograph Courtesy: Sudhir Parmar

    Pastel Futuristic Palette | RSAA Studio

    The pastel energies and natural wallpapers in the bedrooms furthermore give a futuristic palette to the space. Keeping the design vocabulary same with change in materials gives an organic twist to the schemes overall.

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    Designed by: RSAA Studio

    Location: 287, Gauba Residence, Sector 7, Gurugram

    Principal Architect: Ar. Rohit Sikri

    Photograph Courtesy: Inclined Studio

    All in One Home Office, Reading and Pooja Room | CanvasInc

    Functioning as a versatile space, the den serves as a home office, reading room, and pooja room. The meticulously designed study unit multitasks as a Mandir, a library, and a home office throughout the day, seamlessly delivering functionality with finesse.

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    Designed by: CanvasInc

    Location: Lodha Belair, Mumbai

    Principal Designer: Bijal Chawda

    Photograph Courtesy: Wabi-Sabi Studio

    Soothing Study Room Design | Oll Korrect Design Studio

    Combine it with plush upholstery in neutral tones to create a soothing atmosphere. Integrate large windows and strategically placed skylights to balance natural light, fostering a connection with the surrounding landscape.

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    Designed by: Oll Korrect Design Studio

    Location: Bhugaon, Pune, Maharashtra

    Principal Architects: Rachana Chandwani Rakshe and Sagher Tiwari

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    A Space For Both Work And Leisure | Alkove-Design

    As you explore further, you’ll come across the study room, a space designed for both work and leisure.

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    Designed by: Alkove-Design

    Location: Pune

    Principal Designers: Ar. Komal Mittal & Ar. Ninada Kashyap

    Photograph Courtesy: Hemant Patil

    A Matured Kids Room | Dhyey Chag Architects

    It was a challenge for us to make the kids room also feel as a matured room. Thus, we designed it with semi circular flute as a play element but in wooden and neutral color scheme.

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    Designed by: Dhyey Chag Architects

    Location: Jamnagar, Gujarat

    Principal Architect: Dhyey Chag

    Photograph Courtesy: Sebastian Zachariah

    Masculine Yet Soft | Agneya Designs Pvt. Ltd.

    The opaque glass on the wardrobe works with the broad frame to lend a certain masculinity to the otherwise soft interiors. The study adjacent to the bay window is a light-filled and joyful corner of the room.

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    Designed by: Agneya Designs Pvt. Ltd.

    Location: Baner, Pune, Maharashtra

    Principal Architects: Anurag Karnik & Kunal Sangle

    Photograph Courtesy: 0nil Shah

    Pops Of Colour | studio TAB

    The pops of color were complemented by the use of soft furnishings and accessories. It contributes to a harmonious and inviting atmosphere.

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    Designed by: studio TAB

    Location: Wadala, Mumbai

    Principal Architects: Ojas Chaudhari & Rahul Menon

    Photograph Courtesy: Nayan Soni Photography

    Ample Natural Light and Ventilation | Jacob + Rathodi Architects

    This arrangement, with large sliding windows allows ample natural light and ventilation to enter and circulate.

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    Designed by: Jacob + Rathodi Architects

    Location: Gadag, Karnataka

    Principal Architects: Ar. Girish Rathodi & Ar. Vineetha Sara Jacob

    Photograph Courtesy: Shamanth Patil

    Royal Blue Study Room Design | Maya Space Studio

    Nearby, you’ll find a vibrant office space adorned with the mix of metal bookshelf with and wooden cupboards with cane sandwiched between glass  inspired by the mandir, set against calming ice grey walls that complement the royal blue accents perfectly. And a perfect work station with some touch of veneer, Together, these spaces create a special retreat for both prayer and work, offering a place of tranquillity and inspiration for anyone who enters.

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    Designed by: Maya Space Studio

    Location: Vadodara

    Principal Designer: Mittal Karathiya

    Photograph Courtesy: Sudhir Parmar

    Guest Bedroom cum WFH | UrbanNest Design Studio

    On the other hand, the study room is an appropriate combination of Guest Bedroom cum WFH (work from home) space with a beautiful world map acting as a backdrop.

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    Designed by: UrbanNest Design Studio

    Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat

    Principal Architects: Jhanavi Parikh & Jugal Bhatt

    Photograph Courtesy: Rockbrand Inc

    Peacock Blue and Gray Workspace | Interior Factory

    Children’s rooms are always designed with a distinctive character. The son’s bedroom too has a very unique color scheme of peacock blue and gray. The rotating study table is the highlight of the room.

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    Designed by: Jinal Mevada

    Location: Walkeshwer, Mumbai

    Principal Designer: Jinal Mevada

    Photograph Courtesy: Anuja Kambli

    Lego Block Theme | The Framework Interiors

    Because of the kids love for the Legos, the handles were designed using a Lego block template and were custom-made from wood and finished with PU paint.

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    Designed by: The Framework Interiors

    Location: Balewadi, Pune

    Principal Designer: Srinidhi Nagpure

    Photograph Courtesy: Shasshank Bhaleraao

    A Thoughtful Study Room Design | Studio Habitect

    In summary, ‘GANGA 151’ is not merely a structure but a living, breathing embodiment of thoughtful design.

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    Designed by: Studio Habitect

    Location: Nagpur, Maharashtra, India

    Principal Designers: Ar. Aman Chand & Ar. Akshay Bhandarkar

    Photograph Courtesy: Ashish Bhonde

    A Quality Space | SumitDongaडिजाइन & Shyla C Design Studio

    Each material is chosen for its quality, durability, and ability to elevate the overall aesthetic of the space.

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    Designed by: SumitDongaडिजाइन & Shyla C Design Studio

    Location: Mumbai

    Principal Architects: Sumit Donga & Shyla Chabria

    Photograph Courtesy: Anuja Kambli

    Moody Yet Calm | Neogenesis+Studi0261

    The abode, thus, evokes feeling of calmness, composure and tranquillity, making it worthy for the reside.

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    Designed by: Neogenesis+Studi0261

    Location: Surat, Gujarat

    Principal Architects: Ar. Chinmay Laiwala, Ar. Jigar Asarawala & Ar. Tarika Asarawala

    Photograph Courtesy: Samarpan Pictures

    A Subtle Contrast | The Design Route

    The colors and materials blend in together to have a subtle contrast yet allowing the openness and airiness to be the highlight of the house rather than materials themselves.

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    Designed by: The Design Route

    Location: Gurugram, Haryana

    Principal Architects: Ar. Sumeet Singroha & Ar. Roshni Rastogi

    Photograph Courtesy: PerspectivesbyV

    Injecting Personality And Visual Dynamism | Auro Design Studio

    Accent colors serve as the vibrant strokes that punctuate the canvas of the interior landscape, injecting personality and visual dynamism. Strategically positioned, they evoke focal points of interest, guiding the eye across the expanse while imbuing each space with its distinct character and allure.

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    Designed by: Auro Design Studio

    Location: Pune, Maharashtra

    Principal Architect: Ar. Yutika Malaviya

    Photograph Courtesy: Vivekajeet Purohit

    A Space That Tells A Story | Quartet Architects

    From space to volume, from floor to fabrics, from colors to cues, from lounge to lights, It is a house that tells a story of a conscientious journey. It’s intriguing that this home represents a thoughtful journey in design and life rather than being only a physical construction.

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    Designed by: Quartet Architects

    Location: Surat

    Principal Architect: Ar. Pritesh Sheta

    Photograph Courtesy: Studio 2:3

    Mandir/ Yoga Room/ Study Room Design | ReCreo

    Our Mandir/Yoga Room/Study is a versatile sanctuary with a focus on simplicity and open space. It features a Mandir with a sliding folding door, an integrated TV and study unit, and a sofa cum bed, making it a multipurpose room that can easily transform into a guest room.

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    Designed by: ReCreo

    Location: DLF Capital Greens, New Delhi

    Principal Architects: Anushree Bhargava & Bhringaraj Hazarika

    Photograph Courtesy: Tarang Goyal

    Vibrant And Interactive | MS Design Studio

    The very first thought arises for designing a space for children is – vibrant, interactive & motivating. Where each corner designed gives them positivity & learning. Apart from fulfilling the basic necessities & usability of the space by its functions, it also gives a ray of sunshine to the one using the space. Sensitivity towards designing is wisely addresses by the graphics painted on the two walls next to both beds.

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    Designed by: MS Design Studio

    Location: Nizampura, Vadodara

    Principal Designers: Manav Patel & Shivangi Patel

    Photograph Courtesy: Tejas Shah

    Modern Style Design | GJ Associates

    This room depicts Modern Style Design. Random display niches add a little funk and character to the wall composition. We have created a dedicated space for the piano which blends with the activity desk.

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    Designed by: GJ Associates

    Location: Bhakti park, Wadala

    Principal Designers: Gaurang Jawle & Associates

    Photograph Courtesy: Mr. Ravi Kanade

    Diverse Yet Harmonious | Studio ShuMi

    Despite the diverse styles, the design is carefully curated to ensure a harmonious flow between each section. This is achieved through a thoughtful selection of transitional elements, such as colour accents, textures, and decor that subtly connect each space.

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    Designed by: Studio ShuMi

    Location: Gurgaon, Haryana

    Principal Architect: Ar. Shuchi Mishra

    Photograph Courtesy: PerspectivesbyV

    Multipurpose Study Room | Bhavin Wadhwana Design Studio

    The guest bedroom is designed as a multipurpose space. The wood and brass wall unit functions as study and storage. The bed sits lower than usual housed in grey hued lime plaster imparts a sense of space that is unique and informal.

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    Designed by: Bhavin Wadhwana Design Studio

    Location: Mumbai, India

    Principal Designer: Bhavin Wadhwana

    Photograph Courtesy: photographix

    Playful Cladding Modules | Alkesh Patel and Associates

    Kid’s room has a repetition of the cladding modules on the back. Paintings are used to break uniformity into the spaces, which eventually compliments the spaces and makes them look playful.

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    Designed by: Alkesh Patel and Associates

    Location: Kudasan, Gandhinagar, Gujarat

    Principal Architect: Alkesh patel 

    Photograph Courtesy: Photographix india

    A Homogeneous Vibe | Ladlab

    Handless storage, monochromatic palettes, concealing bulky details (like AC grills), floating beds, and light shears. This allowed the bedrooms to carry a homogenous vibe, resonant with the rest of the house.

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    Designed by: Ladlab

    Location: Nagpur, Maharashtra

    Principal Designers: Sagar Lohar & Saniya Jejani

    Photograph Courtesy: Noaidwin_Sttudio

    Cubes And Stacked | Fernway Interiors

    After covid era has seen an increase in the number of home studies. The guest room has a spacious study area which was a must for the clients. The bed has 2 mattress, 1 on top of the other, as the clients wanted an extra sleeping space.

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    Designed by: Fernway Interiors

    Location: Aurus, Tangra, Kolkata

    Principal Architect: Anchal Arneja

    Aesthetically Pleasing Space | The Ad Effect

    We had aesthetically pleasing open spaces designed artistically in this Vastu home. The first thing that one sees about the house is how open it is.

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    Designed by: The Ad Effect

    Location: Gandhidham

    Principal Architects: Driisshti Advani & Amber Chaauhan

    Photograph Courtesy: Murtaza Gandhi

    A Compact Study Room Design | Studio SB

    Divided by a glass partition, the study area when not in use, becomes a part of the living adding grandness to the space while boasting off its ostentatious wall!

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    Designed by: Studio SB

    Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra

    Principal Architect: Saumitra Bhatkhalkar

    Photograph Courtesy: Pulkit Sehgal

    Transitional Design Style | Navien Niesaar Design

    This house is designed in a Transitional Design Style having a mix of traditional & contemporary pieces of furniture with a neutral color palette.

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    Designed by: Navien Niesaar Design

    Location: Mumbai

    Principal Designer: Navien Niesaar

    Photograph Courtesy: Darshan savla

    The Right Amount Of Flamboyance | arcKala design studio

    We achieved the right amount of “Flamboyance” with some inhouse sculptural furniture pieces and décor as well. A perfect dance between Flamboyance and delicacy.

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    Designed by: arcKala design studio

    Location: Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi

    Principal Architects: Ar. Janesh Jain & Ar. Anusha Katoch

    Photograph Courtesy: Perspectivesbyv

    A Zen Vibe | BeSpace Studio

    From the textured walls to the white lounge chairs, the space has a zen vibe and allows for the consistency of ease that flows from one space to the other. 

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    Designed by: BeSpace Studio

    Location: Panvel, Navi Mumbai

    Principal Architects: Ar. Benson D’Souza & Ar. Shivangi Thapar

    Photograph Courtesy: Yadnyesh Joshi

    In conclusion, a well-thought-out study room design can significantly enhance productivity and comfort. By incorporating ergonomic furniture, optimizing natural light, and personalizing the space with inspiring decor, you can create a study room design that fosters focus and creativity. Remember, the key to an effective study room design lies in balancing functionality with aesthetic appeal. Whether its a study room design for work or a personal project, the right elements can transform any room into a productive haven. Which was your favourite study room design and how has it inspired you?

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