Here are some more ideas how to integrate your work spaces with your decorating style. The 4 top ones are simple, affordable, yet stylish. All you need is a table. Add a couple of chairs. Add some fun pictures to give it character, and you have a great looking workspace. If you like shopping at garage sales, Craigslist, or consignment stores, you can easily do this under $100. The third picture shows what a difference a painted chair can make.
The 4 bottom ones are great solutions for small spaces.
As a home educator I am forever brainstorming how to integrate “my class room” into the rest of the house. How to blend the styles and have them be functional and pretty at the same time. However these ideas work in every home. No matter if you home-school or not learning should be encouraged. Every house should have spaces that encourage creativity, work, and learning. Here are some ideas I found on Pinterest. The first one is my favorite. This is what I envision for my front room. Lots of bookshelves smack full. Two super comfy big chairs that encourage reading, and one big table the perfect height to work on school or projects.
We school our children at home, and we don’t have a separate school room. The challenge is to blend learning stations and book shelves with the rest of the house, and at the same time make it all look stylish and pulled together. I am forever hunting for furniture that hold a lot of school books and yet look stylish. Here I found three pieces for different tastes. The locker to the left is from Sundance, the one in the middle is from Crate and Barell, the one on the right I found on Pinterest. How about you, have you found the perfect piece that can hold all your stuff?