This bedroom homework station is a stylish cut above with three round tables that intersect. Sheepskin throws cozy up the chairs and there's a hint of rustic from the animal skin rug underneath it all.
This shared boys' bedroom features a bright blue color palette, rustic bunk bed and vibrant red-orange accents. A double work station gives each boy a designated place to do homework and to stow away his things.
The walls of this boy's bedroom gradate from darkest to lightest on the top by the ceiling to create the illusion of height. A traditional desk provides a place to do homework while a dramatic star-shaped chandelier illuminates the space.
Think outside the box when creating a workspace that needs to accommodate more than one person. In this shared boys’ bedroom, a Parsons-style desk allows multiple seats to be stored underneath. The working wall affords kids a low-commitment way to tape artwork and mementos right at their eye level. Gold garden stools provide versatile seating options that can accommodate group study sessions.
This upstairs landing-turned-computer-station is the perfect spot for kids to do homework or hang out after school. Storage cabinets flank the floating desk, and striped cube stools provide stylish seating.
To make an art and homework station in this happy playroom, designers added a wooden countertop (in eye-catching cherry red) that rests atop two sets of built-in drawers. Hanging metal bins hold pencils, notebooks and more for clutter-free imagining.
This mudroom features a custom, rust-colored backpack station. "When the kids come home, they remove any necessary notes and homework and hang their backpacks up," says the designer. "Once homework is done, it all goes back into the backpack ready for the next day."
A simple table was designed to provide a place for making art, eating snacks and even doing homework. Rolled white craft paper stationed on a dowel helps keep the space clean and tidy after messy art projects, while built-in glass shelves organize toys, game and supplies.
The Parker family wanted a space that was open and connected for their family that is very tightly woven. To help them achieve their goals, Chip and his crew knocked down several walls to open up the space. They kept the kitchen open by installing an oversized kitchen island to hold appliances and to help with storage concerns. The crew then added lots of seating for the family and inserted a homework station for the kids.