We know that this school year has some of you searching for homeschool room ideas. You might have a lot of questions. How do I set up a homeschool room? How do you homeschool in a small room? What are some homeschool desk ideas? How do you create a virtual learning environment? We hope to answer all of these and more!
When you imagine the perfect homeschool room, you might immediately be overwhelmed thinking that it needs to look exactly like a classroom at school. We're here to help you rest in the fact that it does not need to look that way. The homeschool room ideas that we've gathered together for you will have you breathing a sigh of relief.
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HOMESCHOOL ROOM IDEAS
Do you have one or more kids staying home this school year? Are you looking for homeschool room ideas or homeschool desk ideas? Does the idea of virtual learning or distance learning have you searching for a designated space to make that work? Let's jump into some great ideas.
FULL HOMESCHOOL ROOM SET UP
If you have a whole room to designate to your homeschool area, you are one of the lucky ones. The possibilities are endless with this option, but here's a couple that we love!
NEUTRAL HOMESCHOOL ROOM IDEA
If you don't use your formal dining room, you might consider transforming it into your homeschool area as Lauryn Simas did. You can see she has a dining table and chairs as desks to learn at.
Book shelves are also a great thing to have in your distance learning space.
Neutral baskets are great to store clutter!
Also, who wouldn't love to knock out their reading or study time in a hanging wicker chair?
If you want more great nook areas for your child to curl up with their favorite book, check out these cozy book nook ideas.
HOMESCHOOL CLASSROOM COMPLETE WITH WORLD MAP
Laura, from over at The Simple Farmhouse, has a cozy farmhouse classroom set up for homeschooling. A church pew is a sweet place to sit next to your kiddo while they learn and you teach.
Her framed world map adorning the wall, while not necessary for every homeschool set-up, makes for a great teaching tool or just a little decor.
POPS OF COLOR IN A HOMESCHOOL AREA
If you're all about color, then you'll love the room, Ginny, over at Making Main Street, has designed. Her room is mostly black and white and classic, but it has amazing pops of lime green and teal!
Two simple desks pushed together in the center of the room, a couple of cabinets, and some wall decor make up this perfect learning space.
SIMPLE DISTANCE LEARNING SPACE
It's no problem if you don't have an entire room to commit to a distance learning space. There are still great solutions for you to add to your home and still be successful!
MINIMALIST DISTANCE LEARNING AREA
This precious area for distance learning was designed by Harmonie. She wrote a blog post on How To Set Up A Distance Learning Space In Your Home.
Isn't this space she designed so cute! It looks as though it would fit right into a bedroom or corner of a dining area or even a living room.
A desk, a little storage, and a little bling are really all that's needed for some great learning.
HOMESCHOOL LEARNING NICHE
Joey, from Beach House For Six, put together this little homeschool/office work area in a small niche in her home. This idea works great inside a closet too.
She gives some amazing tips that will put your mind at ease on her Instagram post.
One of our favorite tips is allowing your kids to have a say in the decor. Who doesn't love working in an area they were allowed to put a few favorite things in!
HOMESCHOOL NOOK IDEA
This little nook off the kitchen of Leigh, over at The Little By Little Home, is the perfect small area for homeschooling.
The lighting is great flowing through that window and gives inspiration to getting the days work accomplished.
String Edison lights are also a fun addition that give the nook a great young vibe to it.
HOMESCHOOL DESK IDEAS
These homeschool desk ideas are sweet and easy and won't break the bank.
The perfect place for your child to sit while learning is important. This may shock you, but you don't have to run out and buy a school desk for your kiddo. Wanna see what we're talking about?
A SCHOOL DESK MADE WITH A FILLING CABINET, SAWHORSES AND WOOD PLANKS
Jen, from A Fireman's Wife, made a double desk with a couple of sawhorses, a filing cabinet, and a couple wood planks for the top. You can find a desk like this from pottery barn for around nine-hundred dollars or simply put one together yourself for under two-hundred dollars.
You might also notice that Jen takes the time to decorate her kid's desks during the holidays. This is a great idea that makes learning fun and gets creative juices flowing!
HOMESCHOOL DESKS IN A LIVING AREA
Setting up a homeschool station looks simple when we check out Amanda's, over at Little Suburban Farmhouse.
She incooperated the desks into her living area. Teaching from your sofa sounds like a good life.
The desks look as though they are a table that has been cut in half and attached to the wall.
Also, hanging your child's picture above their desk, personalizes their space in a sweet way.
BUILT IN DESK FOR HOMESCHOOLING
This amazing built-in desk, complete with a touch of shiplap was designed by the team over at Rock That Vintage.
Shelves and drawers are perfect for organizing your virtual learning area.
It's great to be able to continue your farmhouse look into your schooling space.
These ideas, we hope, have made creating a homeschool area easy. Homeschool room ideas can come in all different shapes and sizes. No two are the same.
You can do this!
Now, if you'd like to give the area you'll be homeschooling in a fresh coat of paint, we have a post with great paint colors.
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