Written by Becca Green

4 inspirational work space ideas for kids

Currently tackling homeschooling? Create a motivational workspace for your kids and be inspired by a few of our favourites.

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For the foreseeable future, a lot of families will be facing the daunting prospect of homeschooling their kids. It’s important for your little ones to stay motivated and keep on learning, so what better excuse to create a kid-friendly work space that gets your kids excited to wake up in the morning?

Here are a few of our favourite inspiring ideas.

Fun & space-saving


If you haven’t got tonnes of extra room but want to create a dedicated work area for your kids, then we love Becky’s (@pinkscharming) idea of using ladder desks. They can then personalise the shelves with stationery and inspirational prints that they love!

Scandi boho

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#kidsoffice . Anzeige One of my favorite corners in our home … this little kids office, as I always call it. Here is painted, written and made. And with the new chair from @cybex_official my sons can always take turns. because you can adjust the seat heights for this chair with just one click.👌🏼✨😍 . . So and now I'm back to work and wish you a wonderful day. ☀️❤️ . . Produktplatzierung . #motherhoodunplugged #weekendmood #cybexlemo #clickinmoms #lifewithkids #kidsroom #barnrum #barnerom #mamarazzi #siblinghoodlove #toddlerstyle #montesori #magicofchildhood #kidsforreal #letthekids #candidchildhood #childhoodunplugged #lightinspired #theweekoninstagram #holdthemoments #our_everyday_moments #ministylekids #stringfurniture #interior_magasinet #lifeauthentic

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Make your kids workspace flow with the rest of your home like Viktoria has from @tthesebeautifulthingss. It has a totally laid back vibe and we love the neon peace sign and the animal wall decals.

Colour splash


Adding bright colours to your kids work area will encourage them to be creative and to think outside the box. Tara from @mrs_tunmore has created a yellow work station with handy hanging pencil pots, a stylish industrial pendant light and colourful bunting.

Think pink


Have you got a little one that simply adores the colour pink? Well, take a look at this ultra sweet work station by @maisonsdumonde. This gorgeously pink scheme with Scandi wooden touches would definitely suit a teenager or a wannabe teenager who wants to stay organised in a stylish way!


What does your kids work space look like? Let us know on social! Tweet us @goodhomesmag or post a comment on our Facebook page.



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