Aug 27, 2020 | Carpet One Floor & Home
Whether you have a child entering first grade, a preteen entering the sixth grade, or a teenager going into 11th grade, remote learning can be tough. Not only can the actual practice of remote learning bring unique challenges that you may not have faced in the past, but creating a workspace where your kids can stay focused and learn proves to have its own obstacles
Finding the right size desk, accessories, and a quiet place where a kid’s workspace won’t take over the room are just a few of the things that you may need to determine before you create the perfect kid’s space for remote learning. No matter your child’s age, we have a few ideas to give you the inspiration you need to create a workspace that works for you and your home.
Our collection of kid’s workspaces will prove that you can give your kids the space they need while elevating your home design, no matter where you choose to create a child’s space.
Girl's Bedroom Workspace for Remote Learning by Sara Bederman
Interior Design: Sara Bederman Photography by: Stephani Buchman
Perfectly tucked into an area of the room that might otherwise be unused, this girl’s workspace takes full advantage of the short walls with a white desk and plenty of drawers. Offering storage for school supplies like paper, notebooks, and writing utensils, the desk stays uncluttered with little needed to accessorize the top. Not only does the desk take up little to no space, but because it’s situated in the corner of the room that faces the wall, distractions stay minimal – ideal for younger children and preteens who may otherwise be distracted. Fitted with a fuzzy heart chair, this workspace would be sure to dazzle any young girl, inspiring her to be excited about remote learning.
Boys Room Workspace Ideas by Melissa Davis
Interior Design: Melissa Davis Photography by: Stephani Buchman
This nook that seems like it was made for a kid’s workspace is fitted with a clean white desk that offers drawers for storage, making it the perfect addition to this bedroom. Simple but effective, the floating shelves offer additional storage with wire baskets and an area to showcase art, allowing the design to shine. Pinboards hung just about the desk also provide a useful space for keeping notes, to-dos, and, in some cases, today’s latest doodles! This kid’s workspace works well for kids of any age and can be replicated quickly and easily with the right space!
Teenager’s Space by Kate Davidson.
Interior Design: Kate Davidson Photography by: Jason Hartog Photography
This workspace, situated in an open room or shared office, is ideal for any teenager or young adult engaging in remote learning. The theme with this space is simplicity, providing enough décor to stay fresh, and giving just the right amount of light with the floor lamp that leans just above the desk. The rug underneath the desk and the art hung on the wall give this workspace a western vibe, but you can recreate a look like this and offer your child the option to choose artwork and décor. Whether you have an extra room available or you have enough space in a kid’s bedroom, to execute this design, this look can easily provide the tools needed to excel in any remote learning situation.
Wallpaper Inspired Workspace by Kate Davidson
Interior Design: Kate Davidson
Any corner space can become the center of remote learning, especially if it’s currently unused. In this corner workspace, a bright, patterned wallpaper matches the chair on the fabric flawlessly while the desk offers a quiet space away from others to concentrate. A basic reading lamp, one shelf, and a large pin board complete this child’s workspace where remote learning can take place. This white, blue, and purple remote learning space proves that it doesn’t take much to create a kid’s workspace that encourages learning, no matter the age or grade level.
Petite and Pretty Remote Learning Space
Interior Design: Traci Zeller Photography by: Dustin Peck Photography
Petitely tucked near a window, this small space features a clear desk that’s perfectly chic, complemented by a fur throw that accentuates the mint color of the chair and desk lamp. A shiny border frames the pinboard that allows reminders, upcoming due dates, and photos of loved ones above the desk, adding to the space’s usefulness. While the overall workspace may seem small, its uncomplicated nature makes it an excellent area for completing schoolwork, participating in group video calls, and more.