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July 30, 2021

Study Style

Create learning spaces to inspire!

Multi Pack Desk System (above)
$249.99 • hayneedle.com
The Legare desk is available in several fun colors like blue, purple, pink and green, and it offers sensible storage features, too: check out the rolling filing cart! The desk requires no tools for assembly, and can be configured to accommodate both lefties and righties. — sh

 

Honeycomb Monthly Calendar
$17.99 • wallpops.com
It’s a peel-and-stick calendar that doesn’t require paper — it’s dry-erase, too! Apply this to your child’s wall so he can jot down his schedule, upcoming tests, etc. Size is 13-by-17-and-three-quarter inches; comes with a dry-erase marker. — ka

 

 

 

ANYTHING Stapler
$40 each • seejanework.com
This standard stapler stands on its own — grab it and staple with quickness. The colors available practically go with anything, too. — ka

 

 

 

Woopsy Lamp
$24.99 • target.com
No crying over spilt paint with this lamp! The paint bucket Woopsy lamp by LumiSource (lumisource.com) features a clever design that comes in fun bright colors and will look great on any kids’ desk. — sh

 

Hand-Painted Desk Caddy or Tray
Caddy $30, Tray $20 • seejanework.com
These stylish accessories will keep your child’s necessities at-the-ready. The caddy has three combined compartments for pencils, pens, etc. and the tray holds small objects like paper clips, post-its, etc. Metal and hand-painted. — ka

 

 

 

 

Nessie Table Lamp
$34.99 • amazon.com
Inspired by the Loch Ness Monster, the Nessie by LumiSource (lumisource.com) is a great desk lamp with a bendable neck so kids can shine the light exactly where they want it. Color-changing LEDS make it cool. Light turns off and on by squeezing the head, and runs on a USB cord or four AA batteries (not included). — sh

 

 

 

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