The approaching school year has been stressful, to say the least, and many have found themselves prepping to homeschool their children due to school closures and confusing regulations. While this may be far from your ideal, we’re here to help you brainstorm how to best set up your in-home classroom.
Instagram is full of parents/educators doing their best to create inviting, educational spaces within their homes. From sunny reading nooks to an array of colorful art supplies, these homeschoolers are inspiring us to improve our in-home learning spaces. While real-life learning is never going to look as perfect as these curated images, you might as well have a dedicated space to let the chaos ensue.
Inspiring Homeschool Classroom Designs We Love
We’re loving all of the natural light in this tidy homeschool classroom. A wall calendar, curated bookshelf, and art supplies help to create an inviting space.
This modern farmhouse look is proof that you don’t need a ton of space for your makeshift classroom.
When everyone is working from home, you have to get creative. This desk allows for the entire family to learn and work together.
Wild and Free
It’s a tall order to be a parent and teacher, so this is a great reminder that you don’t need much to create a beautiful space for in-home learning.
How sweet is this organized classroom? We especially love the cozy rug and floor cushions, inviting little ones to get on the floor and play.
Designed for Learning
While we’re guessing this tidy classroom won’t stay this perfect for long, it definitely gives us something to aspire to. Bonus points for that awesome chair swing!
We’ve gotten a ton of ideas from these perfectly curated bookshelves alone. Add a chalkboard for the day’s lesson plan and get creative with globes and other learning decor.
The Sweetest Desk
We’re big fans of this colorful, cheerful homeschool set-up. Use your child’s latest art creations to decorate the walls.
How cool are these desks that are mounted to the wall? Invite your kiddo to customize their space with their favorite items and keepsakes.
Consider supply carts to keep things organized. Pinterest has great ideas to help you get prepared for the year ahead.
Katie Nave is a freelance writer, producer, and mama living in Brooklyn, New York. Driven by her passion for storytelling, she is always seeking opportunities to elevate people who are working to better the world around them.
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