5 study space ideas for any space at home

Studying and working at home are necessities, but finding room for a home office isn’t always easy. Couch, dining table, wherever—our study space ideas can help kids and adults alike get to work, stay focused and learn something new anywhere at home.

5 Ways to make your dorm room epic

It’s hard to feel motivated when your space is totally bland. So it’s time to take your room to the next level and create an atmosphere you really want to be in. These decoration ideas might not make late night study sessions any easier, but they’ll definitely make your space a lot more inspiring. Trust us, it’s possible.

Dark and cozy dorm room ideas

To make a dorm feel less beige and more like home, top off the basics with pieces that show off you. Check out how we added some darkness, drama and order to this dorm room.

The sweeter side of dorm life

It’s short on storage space, bathroom-less, and oh so tiny. Welcome to your new dorm room. We know it might not seem like much, so we asked Emma, one of favorite Interior Designers, to create a welcoming room that any artistic spirit would love to cocoon themselves up in. (You can also check out another dorm room over here.)

Focusing on work is child’s play – see how

Research shows that a bit of movement – around and even during focused work – can help children concentrate. Here are three playful, effective ways to increase their brain power by being active!

Fresh and artsy dorm room ideas

Think of a dorm like a blank canvas. Make it show who you are and what you love (without painting the walls). Check out how we added artistic touches and clever organization to this dorm room.

How to create a study nook for kids

Many children want their own workspace while still being in the middle of things. Create a dedicated children’s reading nook in the kitchen, living room or even in the hallway and they can have both.

The perfect new-to-school desk

With the school season quickly approaching, it’s time to get the kids set up for a smooth start. Especially those who are starting school for the first time. This means a desk area where they can go to concentrate on homework and creative projects alike. To make sure we included everything kids need, our Interior Designer, Martina, consulted her toughest little critic: her daughter, Greta, 7.

9 packing tips for starting college

Starting college this year and dreading the idea of packing everything up? We’re here to help out. Here’s our top tips to get your college room essentials travel ready so they arrive safe and sound. Whether they survive your first dorm room party however that’s another story....