Creating a Learning Space for Homeschool or as a Homework Station

Our home may not be massive, but that didn’t stop me from making a space for Izzy downstairs. Our downstairs area has a kitchen and living room space. I wanted Izzy to have a play space & work space for school on the main floor, so I took a corner from the living room and made it hers.

When this year drastically changed and homeschooling for Kindergarten became a reality, I added a bit more furniture and organization to her space.

Since it’s a small area, I tried to utilize the vertical space we had available to us. This is why I picked these floating farmhouse shelves. About a year ago I got the mountains from Charlie and Crew & since I wanted the shelving to match the mountains, I chose this shop again. The craftsmanship as been consistently incredible. These shelves are well made & came with easy to follow instructions for mounting to the wall.

I linked a ton of options, most are shown here in Izzy’s Space & I linked even more options, if you keep scrolling down. I even put them in categories so it’s easy for you to search.

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I love using crates, baskets and glass jars to store Izzy’s items. It’s a clean and very Montessori way to hold learning materials.

Educational Materials:

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Kids Tables:

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Recently I switched out Izzy’s books and we added a calendar which is linked, if you scroll up to Educational Materials.

Have a blast with your kids in their new learning space!

XO Eryka

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