Playroom Re-Design Schoolroom

To accomodate our homeschooling needs, I spent a few days revamping our playroom into a schoolroom. This room now houses our curriculum, computers, and mediums to work out our day. It took a while to go through the kids toys and get rid of stuff they don’t play with. Luckily, they are old enough that they are willing to let go of a little of their childhood. I actually had a harder time releasing some of the things they loved playing with when they were little. Growing up is hard on us mamas, am I right?

During the process of filtering and reorganizing.

During the process of filtering and reorganizing.

It took many attempts, changing the layout before I decided on how I wanted this room to sit. I wanted a space for my daughter, my son, me, a book shelf, and for my sewing shelf.

This bookshelf is holding the Sonlight curriculum and some supplies. To the left is my work area.

This bookshelf is holding the Sonlight curriculum and some supplies. To the left is my work area.

Pictured is my desk, William's desk/area, and my sewing shelf.

Pictured is my desk, William’s desk/area, and my sewing shelf.

Against the window is Briana's desk and on the wall to the left is our whiteboard which measure 6x4.

Against the window is Briana’s desk and on the wall to the left is our whiteboard which measures 6×4.

This room is pretty small, but it meets our needs perfectly. In a few days, I plan on sharing an easy tutorial for making the white board that cost less than $25! When creating spaces, I like to remember what The Nester always says, “it doesn’t have to be perfect to be beautiful.”

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