Desk chairs that make a statement, chic (removable!) wall decals, and other clever ways to spice up your space.
Rather than settle for a standard fridge, go retro instead.
Igloo Mini Refrigerator, $129
Make a statement with your desk chair.
RH Kinney White Mongolian Lamb desk chair, from $780, RH Hand-Folded paper butterfly & dragonfly art, $659
These stylish seats are perfect for all-nighters.
PBTeen Gray Leopard Faux-Fur tufted desk chair, $449, Kartell Masters Chair, $645, Linon Draper office chair, $190
Curtains aren't just for windows—use them to create private spaces or to cover up clutter.
Pompom Curtains, from $59
Use neutral-colored sheets as a blank slate.
TRNK NYC Everett Flannel Bedding, from $39
Accessorize with a patterned pillow. Extra credit for bright colors and exotic textures.
TRNK NYC Danish Kilim accent pillow, $82, Xhilaration Shibore throw pillow, $20, ABCDNA Indigo Flowers pillow, $250
Removable decals will take any wall from boring to brilliant.
Expressionist Rounds Gold and White Wallpaper, $119
Study groups are much more fun when everyone has a pouf to sit on.
West Elm Collage Pouf, $129
Mix and match different styles within the same color scheme.
Saro Mongolian lamb fur pouf ottoman, $385, Lava square pouf, $61.50, Moroccan embroidered leather ottoman, $235
A pin board is a perfect place to keep nostalgia from home and inspiration for the future.
The Emily & Meritt Scallop Statement Pinboard, $199
A gorgeous rug will guarantee to brighten up your space.
West Elm Diamond motif wool rug, from $399
Layer multiple rugs on top of one another for an eclectic look.
Vintage Moroccan Talsent rug, $3,500, IKEA Rens Sheepskin, $30, Cecilia flat-weave rug, from $99
With space at a premium, an organized desk is the key to success.
Berlin Mod Pool Print, $149
Use quirky desk accessories to liven up your study space.
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Bent metal desk organizer, $34, Piani table lamp, $349, Sol Y Luna Leather-wrapped waste bin, $475
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