Homemade Homework Station Organization

For this month’s Household Organization Diet, I have been working on the kids’ rooms.  I don’t really have any big projects planned – just lots of purging and re-organizing!  This weekend I will be going through their closets and tidying things up in their homework station.  For those of you that are following along with me {or just need some ideas for their own space!}, I have put together some homework station ideas for you.  It doesn’t have to be fancy – there is something for every sized budget and space!

The end of summer is near and it is {unfortunately!} time to start thinking about back to school.  For most kids, homework is one of those necessary evils and creating a dedicated spot in your home for them to complete their work can help them to improve their focus and develop proper study habits. Check out some of these great ideas to get you started…

Bedroom homework station from Honey We’re Home.


Ikea Wall Mounted Desk via This Old Home.

 Smart idea for a double workstation from Better Homes and Gardens.

Kitchen Homework Station from Craft-O-Maniac.

Trestle Desk from Pottery Barn Teen.  Love the ball seat too!

Desk with Art Gallery Wall from Centsational Girl.

Mini Homework Station from The House of Smiths.

Trendy Homework Station from Classy Clutter.

Rolling Cart Homework Station from Trebuchet.

DIY Fold Down Desk from Honey Bear Lane.

Homeschool Room from The Handmade Home.

DIY Cardboard Homework Station from Martha Stewart.

Roll Away Homework Station from Better Homes and Gardens.

Closet Homework Station from I Heart Organizing.

DIY Fold Down Pallet Desk from Thistlewood Farms via Infarrantly Creative.

DIY Wood Crate Homework Station from Love Grows Wild

For more ideas on how to set up a homework station, check out this post….

How to Create a Functional Homework Station from Clean and Scentsible.

Haven’t heard of the Household Organization Diet yet?  Start with this post HERE and find all of the past projects over on my Pinterest Board.  You can find the past month’s To Do lists here…

January – The 30 Day Detox
February – How to Clean and Organize the Kitchen
March – How to Clean and Organize the Laundry Room and Front Entry
April – How to Clean and Organize the Bathroom
June – How to Clean and Organize Outdoor Spaces
July – How to Clean and Organize the Garage

Happy Organizing!


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Some of you may have already started back to school, and some of you may have a few more weeks of summer. But, the inevitable is coming: back to school time! And with that comes homework. Whether you are sending your children back to school, going back yourself, or running an in-home school, all of those papers and calendars need to be organized. A homework station is the perfect solution to keeping everyone organized. Real Simple has some great tips for starting a homework station, and here are my ten favorite ideas for creating a homework station that works for you. (featured image via Sand and Sisal)

Please stop by the Remodelaholics Anonymous link party at the end of the post and share what you’ve been up to recently, school related or otherwise!

see more of what I’ve been pinning

Ten Creative Homework Station Ideas  

Kid’s Homework and Art Station | Craft-O-Maniac

Hallway Homework Nook | featured on Sand and Sisal

Closet into Homework Station | This Old House

Home Preschool Room | The Sweatman Family

Triple Duty: School, Laundry and Craft Room | Teal and Lime

Office or Homework Space for Two | Better Homes and Gardens

Cubby Writing Center | The Write Start

Boy’s Art and Homework Station | The Crafted Sparrow

Homeschool Organization and Storage | My Joy-Filled Life

Portable Homework Supply Station (and other back-to-school stations) | Save the Phillips Family

What systems help you and your family keep learning organized? I’d love to see — share at the party and/or in the comments!

Remodelaholic’s Anonymous Party

It’s time to show off your stuff! Any home-related posts are welcome: DIY, decor, organizing, whatever you’ve done to make your home awesome, I want to see! If you have a delicious recipe that I HAVE to try, feel free to share that, too 🙂 We had an AWESOME party last week — go check out all the links! Seriously, go! Here are a few of the great projects shared, some of the your favorites and mine. 

Eclectically Vintage Home Tour, shared by A Stroll Through Life

Glossy Butcher Block Countertop, by Ramblings From The Burbs

Office Reveal, by Designed to Dwell
(and that desk is an awesome DIY you have to see!)

Built-In Home Organizer, by TDA Decorating and Design
(you know I love built-ins!)

Make Believe Station, by Rambling Renovators
(It’s interchangeable! A grocery store, a bakery and cafe, and a hardware store. Every little girl — or boy! — needs a hardware store!) 

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