Homework Station & Homeschool Room Inspiration
Although it feels like summer started just yesterday, August is here and school is back in session. We have rounded up our favorite home school room inspiration for you to use in your own homes whether you home school or need to create a space for the kiddos to study when they come home.
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BUILT-IN KID’S DESKS BY CAMBRIDGE HOME COMPANY
This desk could be an easy DIY for the kiddos! The wall-mounted sconces don’t have to be wired in, using puck lights is a great option. Find some simple bulletin boards for each chair. You can make as many spaces as needed for the number of children or adults here.
File cabinets can serve as the base and a butch block top along with some fun chairs finish the space. Easy, functional and stylish!
IMAGE SOURCE: @cambridgehomecompany
BUILT-IN DESK WITH CABINETS BY STUDIO MCGEE
This desk is built in with beautiful cabinetry flanking each side. There’s enough storage for every need. The treatment on the ceiling adds high style! And the mid-century mod chairs are perfection!
IMAGE SOURCE: Studio McGee
DESK NOOK FOR KIDS BY MONIKA HIBBS
Don’t have a lot of space? A small nook with big function and fun design. The shelving is perfect for display. These sconces are pretty alongside the sweet plaid wallpaper. This is a great design for a girl or boy. And the wicker chairs add just a bit of sophistication.
IMAGE SOURCE: Monika Hibbs
KIDS’ DESK TRIO BY REMEDY DESIGN FIRM
Again, this is an easy DIY. And this might be a favorite with the dark green filing cabinets paired with the light wood top. A few black sconces to light up your workstation topped with a shift for supplies. These chairs are everything though! Honestly, something as simple as a chair can set a space apart!
IMAGE SOURCE: @remedydesignfirm
HOMESCHOOL ROOM BY WHITNEY OF @THISMODERNFARMHOUSE
This is the perfect homeschool spot. A table and chairs take center stage. The book shelves offer plenty of room for books. Baskets are a must in any study space to hold supplies. And I love the large old school white board for instruction!
IMAGE SOURCE: @thismodernfarmhouse
RUSTIC SHELF DESK BY @NINAWILLIAMSBLOG
Everything about this, from the copper clocks, the vintage style bronze sconces and the raw wood edge table top is stunning! I love how a small space can be so big on style. And again, it doesn’t take much to create a spot like this one!
IMAGE SOURCE: @ninawilliamsblog
COLORFUL BUILT-IN DESK BY PAIGE MULLINS
What little girl wouldn’t love her own built-in desk? And this looks like it will grow with her too! Love the pop of green with the flower print wallpaper. And this grown-up chair adds an air of sophistication. Painting out the trim to match the desk brings this room together! But using your children’s own artwork gives them a space they can be really proud of and it’s whimsical too!
IMAGE SOURCE: Page Mullins
DESKS WITH CHALKBOARDS & BUILT IN STORAGE BY @LIFEONACOUNTRYROAD
The blackboards really stand out in this room! They’re separated by functional bookshelves to hold everything your kids would need! The containers mounted on the wall for crayons, pencils markers or pens is so perfect! The black and white checkered flags tie this space up with a bow!
IMAGE SOURCE: @lifeonacountryroad
DREAMY BUILT-IN DESK & STORAGE BY @OURVINTAGENEST
Shiplap, board and batten, and a built-in desk! What a simple space. The light really adds something fun too! There is no shortage of style in this cozy bonus room!
IMAGE SOURCE: @ourvintagenest
PRE-K HOMESCHOOL DREAMS BY @HUNTANDNOMAD
This is so precious for the pre-k kids! I’m in love with this little desk area. There are so many sweet things to look at, play with and learn from. Any child would be so fortunate to have a fun space like this!
IMAGE SOURCE: @hunterandnomad
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I hope this design inspiration inspired you to get back to school and enjoy another wonderful year! I’d love to know if you have a homework station or home school room in your home. What was your favorite inspiration here? We love to hear from you in the comments.