11 Amazing Workspaces for Kids

Whether you homeschool or oversee a mountain of homework, sometimes the kitchen table simply doesn’t cut it. Here are some of the creative ways families have moved beyond the kitchen table by creating dedicated workspaces for their kids.

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  • Minimal & Modern 1 of 11
    Minimal & Modern
    A homework space dressed in white by Japanese architects Takeshi Hosaka.
  • Rustic 2 of 11
    Rustic
    Exposed beams add a rustic feel to this workspace.
  • Built-In Desks 3 of 11
    Built-In Desks
    Built-in desks give the little ones space to work.
  • Colorful & Fun 4 of 11
    Colorful & Fun
    A workspace for several children by Eisner Design.
  • Built-In Storage 5 of 11
    Built-In Storage
    A spacious wall unit and built-in desk for two by Coburn Architecture.
  • Vintage Modern 6 of 11
    Vintage Modern
    The Panton chairs, designed in 1960, blend nicely in this modern space.
  • Urban Chic 7 of 11
    Urban Chic
    A workspace for two children in a London home.
  • A Place For Everything 8 of 11
    A Place For Everything
    Everything has a place in this workspace for two.
  • Traditional 9 of 11
    Traditional
    This workspace for three by Visbeen Associates features traditional cabinetry.
  • Room for Four 10 of 11
    Room for Four
    Plenty of room for all the kids!
  • Clean Lines 11 of 11
    Clean Lines
    A child's workspace with modern built-in cabinetry by Guga Architecture.

 

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