Work Spaces

I can’t believe two months have gone by already and we only have 4 more weeks before school starts up again. My mind is seriously turning towards planning the next school year and organizing our school supplies.

I found some work spaces I wanted to share with you. These spaces work for home-schooling, doing homework, or office work.

While I school my little ones on the couch next to me, my middle schooler and high-schooler definitely need a desk these days. I know a lot of home-school families do their work on the dining table, this hasn’t worked for us. Our table is always sticky and we eat too frequently to really spread out with school books. We decided to use our front room as a library/school room. We are really not formal so entertaining in our family room/kitchen is more natural for us. Not everybody has the luxury of using a whole room so I looked some ideas for work spaces that can tuck under stairs,  on landings, or in a bed room/living room.

Here we go.

The first one is a great idea. I would have never thought to put a table in that tiny corner. It is also a great place to monitor what your kids are doing on the internet.

BetterHomesand Gardens

Next for those of you you have a loft or a landing.


Another great use of space under a staircase.


This idea works for any narrow hallway or attic spaces.

Do you have an unused closet? I like the idea of using a door to hide the mess.

Drop leaf tables work great in small spaces.


Lastly another closet idea.

Photo credits:

1. Better Homes and Gardens





Have a lovely day,


Work Spaces

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