When planning a homework space, remember these five important elements:
- Color: Wallpaper or paint a wall or the shelf openings in a bold and invigorating color.
- Furniture: A small desk with storage or a coordinating file cabinet and a comfortable chair are essential.
- Lighting: Make sure there’s plenty of ambient and task lighting.
- Organization: Include lots of organization and storage options like shelves, cork board, pegboard, cubbies, baskets, and containers to keep the space tidy and everything in its place.
- Personalization: Add some items that are personal to your child’s style, like monogrammed items, a favorite color or personal wall art.
A log cabin-style back-to-school homework space for studying. Image: Dona Rosene Interiors
A small room can be converted into a study space by staggering two desks with their own storage bookcases. Image: Leedy Interiors
Fresh white built-in cabinets are offset by a modern color palette in this cool craft and homework room.
A bunk-style bed uses the space underneath as a homework area with wall storage. Image: 30s Magazine
Contemporary design featuring a sleek, white desk and a mod color theme of aqua, white, grey and red. Image: Sarah Gunn
A small but chic homework area for a teenage modern-design lover. Image: Simmons Estate Homes
Create a small homework nook using two narrow bookcases and a floating surface as a desk in the middle. Image: Naomi Astley Clarke
Inexpensive painted pegboard can clear your desk area by adding extra wall storage. Image: The Vintage Glitter House
A garage wall was converted into a family study space featuring a long plank of wood and wall-mounted lines to hang documents and art. Image: 22 Interiors
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