Do you ever feel like your home is going to burst at the seams from an overload of toys, collections, kids stuff? And that was before everyone was sent home to “work from home.” Now on top of working from home you need to create a homeschool room or some sort of space for your kids to learn and thrive so that one day they can help pay for a nice home for you, right?
Talk about overwhelming. We have a nice size house and already work from home and I can promise you adding two kids work stations would be like Tetris. While both my kids are currently in school in-person, I do not live in a fairytale and I know they are one sneeze away from being quarantined. So while I have not actively started homeschool rooms for my kids, I have started to plan out when and where I’ll put everything once desks become available again. Because if you have started planning, you know stores are scarce right now.
So I did what any millennial mom would do and I asked my online besties for their school rooms so I could share them in hopes that this makes this transition a little easier for everyone.
Garage Glow Up
Tabitha of TabithaBlue is a DIY queen and transformed her garage into her school room in under 3 weeks. It takes my husband 3 weeks to change a lightbulb. Mind blown! Head on over to her blog to see this magical transformation.
Playroom Turned Modern School Room
Jeeyoung at Simply Every has three young boys at home and needed a dedicated space for them. She transformed their playroom into a school room while still keeping the essence of play around. I could totally teach here. Check out the before and after HERE.
Once a Sunroom Now a School Room
Samantha of The Samantha Show attempted homeschool at the dining room table back in march and realized she needed a dedicated space. I love the chairs she added, because we all work better in chairs that are fun to sit on, right? Head on over to her blog to see what her other must haves are.
Pack Up the Dining Room Until Holiday Break
Natasha over at Grits N Grace has kids ages 16 to pre-k and transformed her dining room from a space used a couple times a year to a space that can be utilized daily. I love all her use of colors and she has the most amazing art hung. Go check out the rest here!
Can’t Find a Desk? No problem, DIY it.
Shahla of Treehousethreads just designed my idea of a perfect office space. If you are like the rest of the world and still looking for desks, head on over to her blog to see how they made this Ikea desk hack.
Another great solution of hard to find school desks is this DIY desk from Okayest Moms
All You Need is A Nook
Small spaces are my favorite spaces to design. Jenny took this adorable little nook and spiced it up with wallpaper in under 3 days. You can see what a difference a little paper makes by heading to her Instagram and seeing the before.
Co-Working Space in a Home Office
Kids don’t need a ton of space and Jaclyn of Coffee, Pancakes, and Dreams upgraded her office space with a designated area. She’s sharing all kinds of tips and tricks on how to create a space without a lot of space!
Budget? No Problem.
Terryn with Just a Simple Home will have 6 students and a toddler, with a baby this fall and plans to use the whole house. Im tired just thinking about that. But in the past she has homeschooled on couches, kitchen table, an RV and hotel room to name a few. Just need to be creative!
Homeschool Cozy Corners
As a homeschool mom of 4 Stefanie of Our Five Ring Circus knows a thing of two about creating a space conducive to all family members. Head on over to her blog to see all the things necessary to creating a cozy space.
Amanda @foxytwine school room is what my boho dreams are made of.
Hallway Turned School Room
This was one of my favorite school rooms yet. I love Ali’s use of space and how she made this space perfect to learn and thrive in. She’s sharing all about her school room over HERE
Which homeschool room do you like the most? Let me know in a comment below!