Today I wanted to take some time to talk about something that may be pretty important to a lot of people right now. I wanted to do a post on homeschool room ideas because the space that our kids think, learn, and play in is a super important part of the process.
Due to the health state of the world today, there will be many more parents jumping into the world of home schooling as beginners. I just happen to think that getting started with a great environment for the kids will help to create a successful school year. So please enjoy this amazing list of homework station ideas (even if your kids will be attending traditional class), table and desk ideas, organization, and just plain old beautiful inspiration 🙂
I also recently published a complete list of virtual learning and home school supplies for kids to get your school year started on the right foot. Head on over there when you are done looking through this post!
If you check out my kids decor page under “Tips and Hacks”, you will also see a post for playroom ideas as well!
Last thing! I LOVE Pinterest!! Can’t say it enough. If you love it too and are looking for even more kid’s ideas, then check out my Pinterest account and don’t forget to follow me!
Home School Tips and Resources
Now more than ever before, parents are finding that they are managing their children’s virtual and home-based education as well as their own schedules.
So here are some short, but awesome tips. But even more important is a list of resources to get you started with your journey! Enjoy and good luck!
- Create a designated space! Environment is a key and the point of this post! Don’t skip this step!
- Plan for the semester. Yup, a lesson plan 🙂
- Be creative with learning. Children learn great through play! Make it fun!
- Follow a daily routine. This step is so important. A routine gives kids a expectation of the day and makes them feel confident and comfortable.
- Get some support. Don’t do it all alone. Join a homeschooling network or just find some like minded parents!
- Use online resources. Check out the examples below!
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Homeschool Room Ideas!
Kids Homework Desks
1. Create Desk Space
I saw this beautiful design on Instagram courtesy of @ohsojo and fell in Love! Those are pom poms in that sign. I love this cute idea and will be trying it soon. Etsy has great pom pom letter signs and art display hangers.
I found similar chairs and a desk to complete the look but I think the desk was made by putting a butcher block slab on the black drawers. A Look that is EASY to put together at IKEA. But you can also find the rail here, buckets here and the longer buckets here.
2. Black and Wood Chalkboard Desk
Black and wood with pops of color for the kids is a style that i love ! I actually have the cute little basket in my shop 🙂 And the chairs can be found here. I found an awesome chalkboard, desk, or double desk to complete the look!
3. Colorful Desk and Rolling Storage Carts
Oh car shelf. Why do I love you so?? lol I scoured the “innanets” for this and found it for a great price and got it! This is just so adorable to me. Shop the Pillowfort line of wire shape shelves here! (there are other shapes). I love the white cart and rainbow cart too.
4. Chair Desk With Storage Bin
So in love with this adorable little setup. A simple desk with storage and you are all set! Shop this look with all the character variations here.
5. Bly Kids Fun & Playful Activity Collection
6. Three Sibling Work Space
This desk is a hack from Ikea! It’s actually a wall-mounted workspace combination. I love it and it took some digging to find the source lol. You can actually order these customized names too. Pair a wall desk, with the chairs, bulletin board, and name art!
7. Crate and Barrel Kid’s Hutch
8. Two Desk Homework Nook
9. White Desk and Cup Storage
10. Cart and Bucket Hack
11. Console Table Desk for Two
Perfect for the little ones. All you need is a long console table and two chairs to complete the look. The rest is up to you!
12. Bulletin Board w/ Double Desk
I would head on over to IKEA to find some great similar white desks for a great price. I also found an awesome desk with a small cork board built in here.
13. White Desk and Peg Board
Kid’s Homeschool Tables
14. Awesome Wall Desk
I love this wall table for a homework desk design! Head on over to Life With Less Mess to get the details on how to create this design on a budget!
The accessories can really be your own design, but I did find a similar wall mounted table, metal grid, rolling cart and wall organizer with the chairs to match as well and plan to do this for my kids!
15. L-Shaped computer desk with Bookcase
This is super functional, I love it. The color is great as well. Shop this desk look here!
16. White School Desk Space with Storage
Is this perfect or what ?! Shop the look here!
17. Wall Table and Colorful Stools
18. Big Kid Homework Hangout
19. Bucket Storage with Large Table
I love the tin bucket storage in the middle! A big table and some shelf storage to match, and you are set. Check it out at artfulhomemaking.com
20. Colorful Home School Storage
21.Modern Homework Space
22. “The Study: Home School Nook
Again this is my style. I like to match the home school area with the house, but add some color for the kids. “The Study” sign is adorable and I love the rest of it too. (storage bean bag covers are a must)
23. Blue Peg Board and Table
This is such a clever little idea! Paint a Peg board and hang whatever you want!
24. IKEA Storage and Wall Letters
Is this cute or what? 🙂 IKEA trofast again with awesome letters on the wall.
HGTV Inspired Kid’s Homeschool Room Ideas
25. Wall Desk and Storage Shelf
Wow this storage shelf was styled so beautifully. You can take something very simple and just make it gorgeous and top notch. How cute would this be for a child? Designed by Joanna Gaines. I would get some wood floating shelves, the wall desk, the lights, and the chairs.
26. Big Kid Wall Desk Design
27. Wall Desk on Chalk Paint
28. Wood Wall Desk Design
29. Family Work Space
Another IKEA hack!! I should get stock lol. This is such a great solution for the work at home parents. I don’t know about you all, but my kids don’t like to play in another room but for so long. What a great way to get the while family focused. I love the added table for the girls.
30. Feminine Wall Desk Design
Homeschool Storage and Organization
31. Creative Storage and Desk
32. Colorful Shelf Organization
This is much needed storage for toddlers, preschoolers, and school aged kids! Organization is the key and color tint containers make it fun!
33. Rolling Cart and Desk Nook
34. Trofast Wall Storage and Desk
35. Bookshelf Reading Nook Storage
A unique and easy way to organize your children’s homeschool room! My kids would call it a fort with books lol. The book containers are key.
36. Jar Shelf Storage
This is a genius idea. Use jars to organize supplies on a bookshelf. So easy.
37. Plastic Shelf Labeled Storage
38. Purple Hutch Desk with Storage
This is just the sweetest desk! Shop this look here! 🙂
39. Pink Mod Homework Nook
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40. Svarnas Workspace Triple Desk Hack
This desk is a hack from IKEA! It’s actually a Svalnäs wall-mounted workspace combination. I love it and it took some digging to find the source lol. I WILL find a replica. If you don’t want to go to IKEA, here’s an alternative!
School and learning is such an essential part of our child’s life and will have an affect on their lives for years to come. I hope this post on homeschooling room ideas just does a small part in helping kids to have a successful year! I truly hope that this post is utilized and I hope you enjoyed this list!
Do you have any other ideas that you think I should add to the list? PLEASE let me know in the comment section below! I would love to hear from you!
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