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Back to School DIY Study Area

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When it comes to studying, nothing can be more important than creating a comfortable, organised and aesthetically pleasing environment. This will let your mind breath and declutter your thoughts. A relaxed space is proven to foster better learning.

So how do you create this space? Simple. Just add paint.

In the above video, we took a few pieces of timber furniture and DIY transformed them into a living, breathing study area that is ideal for anyone heading back to school this season. All we had to do was add paint.

For a more detailed look at each project that made up this back to school DIY study area:

Study Desk and Chair
Wire Grid Hanging Board
Chalkboard Calendar
Bookshelves

The back wall in this project was painted in Berger Octavious Oak and the timber pieces were undercoated with Berger Triple Prep Oil Based.

If you are interested in doing your own DIY study area project, we highly recommend speaking to our expert staff to point you in the right direction. Whether you are unsure about what type of paint to use, the type of preparation required, or are just stuck with what colours to use, our team of paint colour experts are standing by and can’t wait to help you with your next project. To find your nearest team of experts, use our store locator.

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