Cool Finds: 6 Fun Study Spaces For Kids
No matter your kids age, as the school year gets started (so soon!) there’s one thing they ALL need — a great study space for getting down to business! In our house, we’ve been playing around with a few ideas, from having my daughter’s little homework space in her room, the upstairs hall landing where the light is gorgeous, or (my favourite) right in my office — completer with her very own little table/workspace for projects, crafts, and practising those pesky math problems.
I’ve been searching high and low for inspirations and today I’m sharing a few fun study spaces for kids that’ve sparked my interested. Check them out below!
6 Fun Study Spaces For Kids
This first space, spotted over at MøbelPøbel, is a great little spot for younger kids to work. I love the simplistic design and the untreated pine finish. (This image has also inspired me to use my washi tape to put up my daughter’s artwork in her study space!)
Such a gorgeous space for a little girl. Vol25 shared these stunning images of their kiddo’s workspace and I’m definitely a fan of how much natural light is being let into the room. That’s a big one for me — I know I do my best work with the sun shining down on me. I see so many neat homework nooks created inside closets, or under stairs, and while they are FUN looking, I can’t imagine being tucked under away from the outdoors. Anyone else feel that way? Either way. I adore this pretty little homework zone.
I know I just said I can’t stand rooms with no natural light, but something about the way they’ve styled this basement study space (via Swiftsorchids) makes it so light and airy, I think it might work!
Need a nook for more than one kiddo to use for study time? Check out this great wall unit via The Style Files. They’ve done a great job mixing function and a pleasing, mellow aesthetic.
If you’ve decided to integrate your child’s study space into a living room or den, this set-up spotted via The Glitter Guide might tickle your fancy. The neon trend works its magic here BIG time, and again we’re seeing the washi tape used to hang up artwork and fun graphic pieces. I love that this space is a part of the house — and could be used by mom and kids. I could see popping my laptop down right there and getting down to work!
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