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    • Sherry Spies

      kitchen nook, turned desk top + built-in seating. Small Space Home Offices

    • Rhonda Wilder

      Encourage Homework Diligence With an Inspiring Homework Station: For kids who need the quiet and privacy of doing their homework in their own room, but don't necessarily have the space for a separate desk and bed along the the wall, lofting is always an option. Check out The Friendly Home's version of the desk tucked under a lofted bed. Source: The Friendly Home : If space is a concern, consider going double-sided. This workspace, made from a bookcase, some fiberboard, and two pairs of legs, ba…

    • Penny Parbhoo

      organizing your home office space | Tips for Organizing Your Kids Rooms -Wonderful Ideas To Organize Kids ...

    • Nycia Emerson

      school room/ great idea for our desk area off the stairs

    • Beatriz Ibarra

      Encourage Homework Diligence With an Inspiring Homework Station: Kelly Rae Roberts has a great take on the "cloffice." Her station is literally built into the closet (love the wallpaper addition!) and a chair is pulled up when needed. Source: Kelly Rae Roberts : The key to a good homework nook is a space that encourages kids to do their work. This desk and stool version from Craft-o-Maniac does that with great wall hangings, a stash of supplies, and a central location. Source: Craft-o-Maniac : If the idea of another piece of furniture in the room sounds a bit cramped, consider building the desk right into the wall. A carefully planned shelving unit can serve as a homework area too. Source: The Container Store : Creating back-to-back study spaces gives kids the space they need to do their work, while allowing them to collaborate when necessary. Source: Better Homes and Gardens

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