1. Size matters
For a small room, where the idea is to save floor space, a linear shaped study table is advisable. You can simply push it against a wall, or use the dead space of a corner. For matchbox rooms, it is ideal to opt for wall-mounted desks.
With large rooms, there are definitely more liberties. You could opt for a luxuriously large U-shaped or L-shaped desk.
2. Table Ergonomics
It’s pivotal to check the desk height. Ideally, a study table should be between 26 to 30 inches (65cm-75cm) in height for a comfortable seating position. If the desk height isn’t right, opt for a chair with an adjustable mechanism and an ergonomic design. The best way to check this is to test the seat and see if the desk height is comfortable. Make sure the table top is wide enough to accommodate a couple of books and a computer.
3. Storage Solutions
For a study corner, there has to be multiple storage options to house your stationery and books. Opt for open compartments to display books, crafts and others. Also, incorporate deep drawers to store spare notebooks and pencils.
Make sure there’s enough space beneath the desk for you to sit comfortably without knocking knees.
Check if the drawers and hardware are sturdy. The drawers should be able to withstand rough usage and be reachable in a sitting position without strain.
If you are buying study table for your kids, look for a study table with a child-friendly design that has no pointed and sharp edges. Make sure it is made of non-toxic, lead-free paint.
Purchase a desk made of sturdy wood, powder-coated stainless steel or wicker that can bear with wear and tear.
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