unique gifts for men How to create a colourful kid'；s study space - sofa pillow covers
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Studying will become top of the agenda with a colourful workspace makeover like this one
Ideally every teenager should have a space where they can study， research or do creative projects. Much like a child’s bedroom， a study space needs to evolve over time. The most important thing to consider in creating a study space for your teen is that every teenager is different. You want your child to enjoy spending time in the space， so it’s important that it reflects their personal style. This girl’s study space is bright， fun and versatile， allowing your teen to change decorative elements as they please.custom gifts for dad
Wall painted in Resene ‘Blue Lagoon’； ice block print， $69， from Shut The Front Door； Carson light， $29.95， from Freedom (bulb sold separately)； wooden beads painted and threaded on cord， set of 15 $14.95unique gifts for men， from plynz.co.nz； Bang Bang pegboard， $390， from George and Willy， painted in Resene ‘Revolution’； top shelf： white ceramic by Ema Frost， $75， from White Tree Floral Design； prism gold frame， $32.90， from The Furniture Store； bottom shelf： camera notebook， $4.95， from Typo； clipboard， $2， from Look Sharp painted in Resene ‘Blue Lagoon’ (card stylist’s own)； recycled tins as pencil pots painted in Resene ‘Blue Lagoon’ and Resene ‘Scrumptious’； gold star vase， $13.50， from Good Regards； ‘Everything Is Awesome’ banner， $28， from glorious.co.nz； brass button wall hook， $39， from Shut The Front Door； glass horse jar， $29， from Crave Home； scalloped box， $6， from The Warehouse； white bottle with flower， $3， from Look Sharp； Rosie’s washi tape， $3.99， from The Warehouse； small gold basket， $39.90， from Flux Boutique； Trenton basket (on floor)， $40， from Bed Bath &； Beyond； bentwood chair， $30， from Junk &； Disorderly， painted in Resene ‘Revolution’； trestle legs， $60， from Junk &； Disorderly， painted in Resene ‘Scrumptious’； desk top (made from a door)， $54.98， from Mitre 10， edges painted in Resene ‘Scrumptious’； rug， gold house， books， cards， wrapping paper and tissue tassels， all stylist’s own.
Words and styling by： Vanessa NouwensPhotography by： Melanie Jenkins
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