The Magical Study Area From An Outer Space Mission
Be Inspired by this magical study area designed by Renata Aquino from Cozy Studio!
In this post, we talk about the amazing project from Circu Magical Furniture, “An Outer Space Mission” designed by Renata Aquino from Cozy Studio, and today we will explore the magical study area of this room in order to give you ideas to build your kids their very own magical study area with the best! Hope you like it!
Learning about the stars
The side of the bedroom was complemented by a study area where the Puzzled Bookcase takes the center stage. On the right side of the bed, we can find the study area, with the modern Puzzled Bookcase that it’s both a bookshelf and a desk. Just like a puzzle, this magical bookcase will adapt itself to your project design so you can enjoy fullest the space of your room without comprising the style of your decor.
Get the Look | Magical Study Area
Puzzled Bookcase is the perfect luxury furniture piece to add to any children’s bedroom and study area. This bookcase is also a desk, which makes it the perfect piece to enjoy to the fullest the space of your room without comprising the style of your decor.
Little Bunny Chair
Little Bunny Chair is inspired by the iconic character Bugs Bunny and is here to add more fun to your kid’s bedroom. With its shaped ears design combined with its translucid acrylic legs, this kid’s chair will be a fun featured to add to your children’s room.
Cosmo Suspension Lamp
Designed as a tribute to the mid-20th century race to space, Cosmo’s modern chandelier is inspired by space, galaxies, and the planets that surround us. It is a memorable lighting fixture, with very unique details that make it the luxurious bespoke design piece that it is.
Silver Toy Box is a luxurious kids’ toy box inspired by the fine gold bar shape. Inspired by the adventures of Scrooge McDuck, the richest duck in the world. With a copper finish, this chest features a rotating cover and a secret compartment, for the most treasured kids’ goods.
Which piece do you love the most and would adore to have on your kids study area?