Study Nooks for your Home

An alternative to the conventional study and typically in the hub of the home promoting family interaction and flexibility. Save space and get creative with your study nook with built in joinery, dual work spaces and storage solutions.
This study nook is cleverly concealed behind a sliding door within a living room. Photo: Maree Homer / bauersyndication.com.au

This study nook is cleverly concealed behind a sliding door within a living room. Photo: Maree Homer / bauersyndication.com.au

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An alcove study nook in a passage way is a smart way to utilise space.

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Limited for space?  A corner study nook is a great use of space.  Love the wallpaper backdrop to visually identify it's own area.

Limited for space? A corner study nook is a great use of space. Love the wallpaper backdrop to visually identify it's own area.

Nice use of lines and laminate. Joinery-veneer detail from George Fethers & Co in Oak Crown Cut Limed. V-Groove Panelling via Easycraft. Leather Pulls from Made Measure. Roller blinds from Simple Studio. Flooring - Europlank in Legacy White via Havwoods. Wall paint - Dulux Vivid White.

Nice use of lines and laminate. Joinery-veneer detail from George Fethers & Co in Oak Crown Cut Limed. V-Groove Panelling via Easycraft. Leather Pulls from Made Measure. Roller blinds from Simple Studio. Flooring - Europlank in Legacy White via Havwoods. Wall paint - Dulux Vivid White.

Nice use of overhead cube shelving and long bench space for multiply users.

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The Pivot Homes' Display Home features study nook with a view into the hub of the home and outside the horizontal windows.

The Pivot Homes' Display Home features study nook with a view into the hub of the home and outside the horizontal windows.

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