8 study room design ideas

Don't stick to a plain desk and roller chair for the study. These 8 stylish spaces will give you the inspiration you need to create a study that is comfortable, personal, and encourages productivity!

Sporting a wood-and-white theme, the reproduction Eames rocker adds a shot of pale blue to this home office. The homeowner custom-built her industrial-style desk and shelves, and this definitely is a personal and practical feature to the room. This study is part of a retro-themed home designed by Exquisite Art Furniture Decoration


Never waste the opportunity to have sunlight streaming through the blinds! This industrial-style workspace, designed by Three-D Conceptwerke, features a desk on wheels, recessed lighting, and an edgy appeal.


This demarcated study is kept simple, but offers various interesting points: the 50s-like wardrobe, a pair of upholstered chairs from Comfort Design, and the diagonal-grooved wall.


To distinguish the work area from the rest of this colour-zoned studio home, the blue wall was given a special sheen. Keeping things minimalist are a matching pair of wooden desk and chair. This home was designed by wynk;collaborative.  


You don't necessarily have to allocate a whole room for your study. The owner of this 3 room HDB flat transformed a former utility space into a snug study with the help of a bar-height table. A great place to get some reading and work done! This is part of a $47, 000 renovation project by ID Emboss


Like the previous home, this Grafunkt-furnished rest area doubles as a work space. It features the Elizabeth sofa and Break stool Nathan (the homeowner and founder of Grafunkt) designed for Ligne Roset. The light blue of the wall also keeps the room fresh and bright.


This study shows off the owners personality with a quirky jumble of different furniture and decor styles; spot cottage to retro to industrial. Part of a trendy maisonette designed by Artistroom, this study is a personal project by the lady of the house.


If you are lucky enough to get a sloped ceiling (they are the stuff of Tumblr dreams after all), you can match the beams to the furniture. Pulling the look of this open space together are the dark-coloured beams, lamps, and seats. The matching plywood-stacked, laminate-topped bookshelves and study desk also play off the monochromatic look. This study is designed by Museum Homes, and part of a $350, 000 renovation project.