We’ve extensively covered shared bedrooms here on Handmade Charlotte, but how about shared workspaces for kids? Whether space is limited or you have a separate room dedicated to study and homework, here are some of our favorite ideas of shared workspaces for your kiddos. Two small-sized desks facing each other and a chalkboard wall like the one above from Elle Ru would offer the ideal spot for homework and creativity.
Mix and match some desk chairs on a long console-type desk to create a unique shared workspace like this one from Caroline Gomez via Julien Fernandez.
A long desktop is anchored directly to the wall to free up floor space in this shared working environment from Kaszka Z Mlekiem. Also, isn’t this Rabbit magna wallpaper from Cox and Cox deliciously adorable?
A long wooden board running through the entire length of a wall offers a spacious workspace and craft station option in this space by Helén Pe. You can add more chairs, or use the under-the-desk space to store toys and playtime accessories.
There are so many ways to get creative when setting up a shared workspace for your little ones like these spaces from Vv Real Estate, Vt Wonen, Visteles, and Scandivanian Deko. Try to look at the existing architectural features of your home. If you are a DIYer, let your creative spirit take over.