Our family needs four structured workspaces to succeed. Creating these spaces is easier said than done. So, I ventured down a home office kids’ workspace inspiration rabbit hole to forage ideas and I’m sharing my finds with you.
This light and bright home office with perfectly styled bookcase is Zoom call ready. How about that pop of color? Am-I-right?
If ever a home office sang Bohemian Rhapsody… How great is the rug, peacock blue chair, air purifying snake plant and hanging chair?
Kids’ Workspace Design Inspiration
At the onset of the pandemic and remote learning debacle, I realized we needed a dedicated workspace for each of the boys. They needed a workspace setup with limited distractions so they could focus and interact with their teachers. Our teenager is surprisingly self-sufficient, so he didn’t need much help. But, we had to get a little more creative with our 10-year-old.
I’m happy to report that today we have a dedicated home office and each of the boys’ rooms are outfitted with a desk, wobble stool, computer and creative learning materials like supply organizers, academic posters and books.
Designing productive workspaces with framed photos, personalized artwork, fresh greenery, books and thoughtful organization is what we needed to cultivate a much more pleasant and productive work experience for everyone in the fam’. I hope this home office and kids’ workspace inspiration does the same for you. -xo