Study tables that encourage kids to study
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Study tables that encourage kids to study

Your child’s room is incomplete without a study table. Be it for focused learning, virtual classes on zoom, a creative hobby or those sneaky hours of gaming on phone, a study table is an essential entity that needs to be part of their environment. Also, having a separate space for studying helps one’s brain to create boundaries on the task that that space is created for. Therefore having a quiet corner specifically for learning and studying encourages the child to remain focused and enter the state of flow with much more ease.

Now that we have established the importance of a study table, let's talk about what an ideal study table for your child should look like. Whilst there’s a plethora of options to choose from for the material with which it should be made, one of the most popular choices is a combination of plywood and blockboards to help create an immaculate and sturdy study table for your child.

What are plywood and blockboard?

Plywood is a sheet material that is manufactured from thin layers or ‘plies’ of wood, which is glued together using an adhesive.

While blockboard consists of a core made of wooden strips or blocks, made edge to edge between two layers of plywood, which are then glued together under high pressure.

Therefore, a combination of these two is ideal for creating robust load-bearing furniture such as desks, study tables, cabinets etc.

Why choose CenturyPly for your child’s study table?

When it comes to plywood and blockboards, there is no name that resonates trust quite like CenturyPly. Plywood from CenturyPly offer the latest technology in the industry with a wide variety of options ranging in colour, texture and cost.

Besides the exquisite styles and patterns that can help curate the perfect study room of your child’s choice, the quality of these materials is what makes CenturyPly the most reliable brand in the whole country. 

Some of the key features of CenturyPly’s plywoods and blockboards are as follows:

1. ViroKill Technology - These plywood come with the revolutionary ViroKill Technology that kills more than 99.99% of bacteria, fungus and viruses. With this antiviral and antibacterial surface solution, you can remain stress-free and carefree when it comes to the safety and hygiene of your children. 

2. Borer & Termite Proof - Plywood and blockboards from CenturyPly use the special Glue Line Protection that ensures that the wood doesn’t only resist the termite attack but also completely destroys them. So, your child can stay safe and focused in their study environment without the worry of any such pest attacks.

3. Heat Resistant - With the Firewall Technology in place, these plywood are heat resistant with an extremely low fire penetration rate. Thereby, keeping you safe and stress-free in all your living spaces.

4. Negligible Warp and Bend - For heavier books and other equipment, the study tables created using CenturyPly’s plywoods and blockboards can undergo almost negligible warp and bend. Thereby, keeping them pristine and perfect for a very long time.

With all these features and a gamut of options available in patterns, textures and colours, CenturyPly is the ideal choice for curating the perfect study table for your little one! Create the essential corner of learning and creativity for your child with CenturyPly, learn more about this here: https://www.centuryply.com/plywood

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