Homeschool Room Ideas for 2013

I read on unclutterer that “When your environment is cluttered, the chaos restricts your ability to focus.”

Glancing around the schoolroom made me realize that I needed to get better organized!  Which of course led me to pinterest where I spent way to much time looking at things I will never have but sure are fun to dream about.

I thought I’d share some of the beautiful and certainly efficient spaces found… and hope they inspire you as much as they did me!

Homeschool Room

 This awesomely organized space is from 1plus1plus1equals1.net.  She gives a whole tour of her space and details about specific organization tips and tricks.  Great post and definitely worth checking out!

 

Homeschool Room
I kinda sorta totally want to make this my personal space, but then I refocus and remember why I am looking and realize that it would be a perfect area for kids to learn in.   The origin of this picture seems to come from BHG.com, but sadly I cannot find a specific link.

 

There is nothing about this space I dont love.  It looks like the chairs are even personalized!  

 

This would definitely be an excellent craft space!  Amazing work from The Vintage Glitter House.

 

Shelves. Storage. Giant chalkboard wall.  Its a Homeschooling Parents dream!

 

The  original title of this picture is Eclectic Farmhouse.  All I have to say to that is,
“Move me to that farm immediately.  Immediately I tell you!”

 

Homeschool Room
I think this one is my favorite simply because it is do-able.  Plus it works well for small spaces!
I cannot find a source to credit, so if you know please do point me in the right direction!

 

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  1. Joy Ellis says

    Loved all of those ideas. Getting organized is one thing I need to do in our homeschool area. Since we may be snowed in some this weekend, it might be a good time to start!

  2. says

    Love these ideas. I’m trying hard to find ways to create a better learning environment too. One idea I saw recently was taking curtain rods and putting clips on curtain rings to hang kids art work. It was such a cute way to display things without looking cluttered. My friend had two of them stacked on a wall for a clustered look.

  3. says

    Love these ideas <3! Thanks for sharing your inspiration.
    Our designated basement kid area is a little too play and not enough school so I definitely need to inject some of these nifty craft storage ideas.

  4. Katrina says

    I need to find some of those cups that hang on the rods. I’ve seen them in a few pictures of homeschool classrooms now and I love the idea of having their supplies so close at hand!