Whether you are looking to update your home work space or to simply create one for a more organised life, today I have some simple tips and inspiration on creating a beautifully organised and happy kitchen study nook.
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Create a comfortable study nook or a home command centre in your home to pay bills and keep the family organised.
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Vision Board | Gel Pens | Ghost Stool – Milano Republic Furniture | Quote Card Set of 10 | Gold Acrylic Stapler |2018 Desk Calendar | Magazine Holder | Lever Arch Binder | Storage Box | Notebook
Hang a vision board or pin board for notices and timetables to make communication easier for your family. This will help with planning events and activities for the family so much easier. Place the board on the inside of a cupboard door so you can keep it out of sight in your kitchen or hang one up in the pantry.
Sometimes a calendar is an easy option or everyone to fill in too. Use it to schedule any after school activities or luncheons.
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If you’re anything like me you really don’t need an excuse to buy some new stationery. Choose your colours to style your study nook.
Use a small filing system that can fit in a cupboard to keep all the paper clutter from your kitchen bench tops.
Fill your nook with pens, sticky tape, a stapler and note pad. They are so handy to have at hand for when you need them in a hurry. You may want to include a charger for any phones or ipads.
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Choose a stool or chair carefully. Making sure it has the correct support and height for the bench or desk you are working at.
More study nooks are being designed into homes to provide a functional command station to keep the family organised and live their best life every day.
How do you keep your home organised?