5 Kids Home Study Spaces

by Kayla Kody on September 14, 2015


Now that school is back in session, it’s time to hit the books! So, we’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite kids study spaces in our homes that can help parents, and kids!

 1. Drop Zone
Drop Zone

With drop zones backpacks, shoes, and coats all have a place, and you can customize them however you like. The best part? If all goes as planned, clutter and mess won’t even make it past the entryway of your home. No more lost backpacks…or at least less lost backpacks.

2. Teen Loft

Teen Loft in our Alpine

A mini study for your kids. Stock the drawers with hanging files, healthy snacks, arts & crafts supplies, and anything else they need to get the job done in one place. You might even get to reclaim your kitchen counter.

3. Bonus Room Built InsBonus Room Built In

Bonus rooms can be for work and play. This gives your kids the best of both worlds, a nook for them to get work done in their favorite room, and any mess with be quarantined in here. We give this idea an A+.

4. Bedroom Study Cove

Bedroom Study Cove

A kid’s bedroom should be their getaway, so giving them a quiet place to read or study right off of their room, like this study cove, is a great way to entice them to do their schoolwork. Make it super comfy with bean bags and fun wall décor and you might even get extra credit.

5. Rec Room Retreat

Rec Room Study Area

Adding desks to the cabinet layout in your Rec Room can give this room some added value. Your kids won’t mind heading to this more secluded place with everything they need to tackle homework.

Want more home ideas? Take a video tour of our model homes or explore on houzz and pinterest!

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Amazing lots of cabinet space i love how the space look September 29, 2017 at 4:36 pm

Margie Quinones


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