On this swing of homeschool organization I’ve found myself absorbed with getting my life back together (and all my homeschool stuff), so I’ve been traipsing around Pinterest for some interesting homeschool room ideas.
Needless to say, I’ve found some homeschool rooms that have totally knocked my socks off! I wish I had the time and energy to recreate some of these lavish, but highly functional homeschool rooms- but alas, I simply click from board to board on Pinterest, and enjoy the view! So…I wanted to share them with you. It’s my…
Top 5 Homeschool Room Ideas
(courtesy of Pinterest)
Look at this green! And the alignment on either wall, the elements of space and equality, the color coordination, the arched ceiling and the lighting. Not to mention, there’s space for books and materials. And it seems there is a lot of space per student also. This homeschool room is stunning! So maybe I couldn’t recreate this look easily with my current budget, but it sure wouldn’t hurt to try
I mean…need I say more?
***Update July 2013: Many of the images originally placed here are now un-pinnable in Pinterest (due to Flickr privacy settings, so I am updating my room ideas list***
Two years ago, the Pioneer Woman re-did her homeschool room. I love the Ikea furniture and setup. The bookshelf is phenomenal and I can literally picture my room with these very same shelves pretty soon. Storage, storage, storage- my best friend. (Image no longer available)
This room is beyond beautiful. It baffles me that the flooring is so pristine (I LOVE the checkered black and white huge tile!), but I don’t think ours would stay as shiny for too long! The idea of a comfy couch in the center of the room in inspiring, though (we could use some comfort during school days).
And are those IKEA desks and shelving I see in the background? The workspaces are well-lit, which is always a plus. Great room!
4. Sam’s Noggin
Taking a look at her pics I can tell that she and I are kindred spirits- only my organizing is currently held in limbo Like Sam I love the motto “A place for everything and everything in its place”. She has several different angle shots of this room on her blog, but the last picture is probably my favorite.
The room is spacious- AND it’s an upstairs balcony converted to schoolroom. What a creative way to make space for school!
What middle school kid doesn’t want a locker? This is fun and it comes with fond memories for me. I loved my locker in junior high.
So I know this wasn’t a complete “room” but the idea was so cool I just couldn’t resist.
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It appears she has girls (like me) who love light and vibrant colors. I love the swivel chairs and each little workspace is set up with a shelving unit. And, of course, the wall decorations are too cute.
Are you feeling inspired to reorganize? I know I am! What’s your favorite room? Leave me a comment below