Readying your teen for virtual school this fall? Create new at-home study spaces with these tips

Readying your teen for virtual school this fall? Create new at-home study spaces with these tips

Motivation to hit the books books can be difficult to find. Make it easier with a comfortable space reserved for study time. Stimulate the mind with colorful supplies and designs that inspire.

Available in an assortment of colors, the Swingline Anywhere stapler helps students keep it all together. $4.59, target.com

The Realspace Halton desk combines commercial pool furniture style and utility, featuring a sleek design and drawers for files and office supplies. $199.99, Office Depot

Realspace Halton desk from Office Depot
Realspace Halton desk from Office Depot

This sticky memo notepad ball comes in a colorful array and a fun shape. $12,

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Sticky memo notepad ball from Urban Outfitters
Sticky memo notepad ball from Urban Outfitters

The Pen to Paper mousepad serves commercial patio furniture double duty, functioning as a notepad, too. $12,

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Pen to Paper mousepad from Urban Outfitters
Pen to Paper mousepad from Urban Outfitters

Room Essentials’ organizer task lamp illuminates any space and holds small supplies in its base. $14.99, target.com

Artori Design’s Book & Hero bookend, available through Amazon
Artori Design’s Book & Hero bookend, available through Amazon

Artori Design’s Book & Hero black metal bookend commercial patio umbrellas is a superb way to keep textbooks organized. $25.95, amazon.com

Ikea's Skålberg/Sporren swivel chair
Ikea’s Skålberg/Sporren swivel chair

Teens will stay focused while poring over assignments with this Skålberg/Sporren swivel chair, available in several colors. $39.99, Ikea

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Back to school: Create the perfect study space for your teen to excel