These DIY homeschool room ideas have a little something for everyone. From a dedicated space in the corner of a room, to an entire room for learning, and more.
So many of us were thrown into homeschooling in 2020 whether we loved the idea, or loathed it. And we all had to find ways to make it work in our homes, whether that meant taking over the dining room table, evicting coats from a coat closet to create a homeschooling nook, cordoning off a section of the playroom, or creating a whole new homeschool zone.
And what came out of this sudden need to create awesome homeschool solutions? Well, some seriously amazing homeschool solutions!
There are so many smart storage and organization tips and tricks, beautiful decorating ideas and creative space-saving ideas to help you and the kids make the most out of your homeschool time now, and moving into the years ahead!
Here are some of our absolute favorites…
21 Homeschool Room Ideas
The great thing about these DIY homeschool room ideas is that they are in all shapes and sizes.
From an entire homeschool room, to a corner of a living area, there are ideas for everyone and every homeschool situation, big, small, new or experienced.
Get your homeschool classroom off to a productive, happy and scholarly start this fall with some of these awesome ideas...
Paint an entire chalkboard wall that the kids can use for work and play while in school, and maybe just on a rainy day, too!
Add inspirational quotes to get those littles pumped up for the school day ahead.
Simple Homeschool Room Ideas for Beginners
My friend Liz from The Quick Journey has been homeschooling for 10 years, so she has lots of fantastic ideas for setting up homeschool situations in different rooms in the home, depending on your circumstances.
For example, this bedroom set-up that works for multiple learners. And beyond being functional, Liz's homeschool ideas are always GORGEOUS to boot!
Creating a zone that feels special for their artwork, important papers and accomplishments can be a great and inexpensive addition to your homeschool space.
Learn how to create your own DIY art gallery wall with starched fabric and molding in your homeschool area.
Make The Most of The Dining Room Table
A dining room was turned into a dual purpose homeschool room. It works so well because it's right off the kitchen, centrally located and a perfect place to do schoolwork.
Check out the great tips for setting up a homeschool room in a small space.
Create a Corner Desk For Multiple Learners
Learn how to make a 2 person corner desk with a farmhouse style. This is a great idea for a homeschool room, especially if you are homeschooling more than one child.
Make Best Use of the Space You Have, Even When It's Small
Having a dedicated space for your kids to learn is important, especially while homeschooling. It doesn’t have to be a big space, but having it organized for your family's needs is important. Here are some great tips!
Creating A Portable Homework Station
Not everyone has an entire room to dedicate to homeschooling...sometimes, school travels! This portable homework stations is a really creative idea.
You can organize all of the kids school supplies so they are portable when school moves from one space to another frequently at home.
Take Over A Closet
Have an under-utilized closet? Take it over for your homeschooling zone!
Charlotte Mason, Montessori, & Waldorf Inspired Ideas
This DIY homeschool room was inspired by favorite quotes and children's stories for an inspiring place to learn. There is a large table with plenty of space to work.
It can be tough to homeschool, especially for the first time. There are so many homeschool organization ideas shared here for small spaces.
Homeschool Organization Without a Homeschool Room
If you're struggling to get your home organized for homeschooling without a dedicated homeschool room, check out these ideas.
Make Your Homeschool Room a Happy Place with Colorful Wall Decor
You can create a homeschool room that is not only organized, but also pretty! This room has so many bright and colorful features to keep the kids organized for homeschool learning.
DIY Homework and Art Station
This DIY Homework Station was set up in the corner of a playroom. The vintage style desks are not only a perfect size for homeschool, but the bright paint color makes them adorable as well!
Take Over Your Unused Formal Dining Room
Let's face it, dining rooms are often the most under-utilized room in our homes. So repurposing the dining room into your homeschool classroom could be the perfect solution in your home.
Kids Homework Station
One of the main takeaways from this homeschool space is organization is key! There are cubbies and shelves to keep all the school work in order, with plenty of desktop space.
Blend Homeschool Decor With The Rest of Your Home
This gorgeous blue and white homeschool room was a former dining room and flows with the rest of the home. There is plenty of space to learn and work.
Homeschool Room Farmhouse Style
This farmhouse style homeschool room has a large table and plenty of shelving, and still blends seamlessly with the rest of this homeschool mom's house.
Bright and Colorful DIY Homeschool Room
A bright and colorful homeschool space with room for 4 kids and books organized by color. What an incredible learning room!
The cubby-style bookcases wrap the corner to maximize storage space. And the rug doubles as a learning tool!
How to Store Your Printables - Printable Organization
There are so many fabulous printable resources out there for homeschoolers. The problem? Keeping them all organized!
Forgetful Momma has found the best type of container and organizational techniques to keep all those printable resources under control and easy to find when needed.
Books Aren't Just For Learning...
This homeschool room was converted using items already in the home. How fun are the books hanging on the wall? Plenty of desk space and storage too!
Rotate Books On Display
Like your own version of the school library, rotate the books on display to spark interest in different genres, topics, seasonal books and more.
Hope you’ve enjoyed these homeschool room ideas. Which idea was your favorite?
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