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Nouveaux classiques

August 6th, 2020

Back to School

The end of summer break is quickly approaching, and we can feel the school year looming over our heads. It’s time to get ready to go back to school!

This year school is bound to be slightly different. Nonetheless, whether students are taking classes from home or doing homework after school, they will need a space to learn, study and be inspired. Let us share with you some cool furnishing ideas that will improve student motivation and inspire creativity, no matter their age.

The JAY desk is ideal for elementary school students. Its compact size can fit almost anywhere, and its deep drawers offer lots a storage space to store all their arts and crafts supplies. Pair it with a comfortable yet not too bulky office chair with a height-adjustable seat like WILLY. The chair will keep leveling up alongside them as they grow!

BLUM is the recommended desk to high school student. Its design is simple, does not take up too much space and possesses a small drawer (that’s perfect since most of their school supplies will stay in their locker). Having a study space doesn’t need to be boring. Inspire creativity by introducing colourful artwork like ASPECT (coming soon) or fun ornaments like GONG (available soon). Be mindful not to include too many decorations in a study space. It’s important to limit distractions because concentration is key when learning.

University students will most likely want to get a bigger desk because almost all their essays or study sessions will take place at home rather than at school. ADEL is a great choice because it has a large work surface to accommodate either a computer monitor or laptop with extra space for books and notebooks. Don’t forget to get a super comfortable chair like GALT and a table lamp with bright lighting like ALISTAIR (coming soon) for those late-night cram sessions (because that’s what university is really all about).

But most importantly, with all that studying and sitting down, students must try to vary their posture throughout the day to avoid back or shoulder pain. Transition seats by working at a desk with an office chair to an armchair or sofa (a sectional is great to stretch out those legs!). If you don’t have enough space to have a desk, a dining table like SASHA (available soon) will offer you great space too, but make sure to have comfortable dining chairs (think JUDITH). A bar table like JERRY is also great to work standing up!

This year school is bound to be slightly different. Nonetheless, whether students are taking classes from home or doing homework after school, they will need a space to learn, study and be inspired. Let us share with you some cool furnishing ideas that will improve student motivation and inspire creativity, no matter their age.

The JAY desk is ideal for elementary school students. Its compact size can fit almost anywhere, and its deep drawers offer lots a storage space to store all their arts and crafts supplies. Pair it with a comfortable yet not too bulky office chair with a height-adjustable seat like WILLY. The chair will keep leveling up alongside them as they grow!

BLUM is the recommended desk to high school student. Its design is simple, does not take up too much space and possesses a small drawer (that’s perfect since most of their school supplies will stay in their locker). Having a study space doesn’t need to be boring. Inspire creativity by introducing colourful artwork like ASPECT (coming soon) or fun ornaments like GONG (available soon). Be mindful not to include too many decorations in a study space. It’s important to limit distractions because concentration is key when learning.

University students will most likely want to get a bigger desk because almost all their essays or study sessions will take place at home rather than at school. ADEL is a great choice because it has a large work surface to accommodate either a computer monitor or laptop with extra space for books and notebooks. Don’t forget to get a super comfortable chair like GALT and a table lamp with bright lighting like ALISTAIR (coming soon) for those late-night cram sessions (because that’s what university is really all about).

But most importantly, with all that studying and sitting down, students must try to vary their posture throughout the day to avoid back or shoulder pain. Transition seats by working at a desk with an office chair to an armchair or sofa (a sectional is great to stretch out those legs!). If you don’t have enough space to have a desk, a dining table like SASHA (available soon) will offer you great space too, but make sure to have comfortable dining chairs (think JUDITH). A bar table like JERRY is also great to work standing up!

Student housing tips



  1. Start off with a comfortable bed and mattress because even if you won’t be getting much sleep, you need to be well rested!
  2. Get a comfortable sofa, a sectional is great to have friends over or study with your legs up.
  3. Set up an office nook with a beautiful desk and an ergonomic office chair.
  4. Shelves, shelves and shelves! In this day and age, you’ll still have to get books for most of your classes. Keep your home clean and organized by putting them in a bookcase.
  5. Make sure you have lots of lighting to make it easier on those tired eyes for those occasional late-night study sessions.
  6. Add a decorative mirror on your wall, it will help make your tiny room feel brighter and bigger. Plus, if your roommate is using the bathroom, you’ll still be able to fix your bed hair!

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