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24 Kid-Friendly Spaces for Work + Play

How hard can homework be in spaces like these? Help your kiddo get things done while having fun with inspiration from these playrooms, study zones and art studios.

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Hang Out Homework Station

When creating a workspace for kids, it’s important to make it just as fun as it is functional. This hammock homework station accomplishes both and is sure to help kids get into the swing of things at the start of the new school year. Two, gilded stools make for cool additional seating for those times they need help with their take-home worksheets, too.

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Photo: Dennis Eckel. From: Masterpiece Design Group.

Make a Mess + Leave a Message

This is what we like to call dream digs for kids, friends! From the custom wall to the art table for four, this space offers hours of uninterrupted time for kids to create and play.

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Photo: Regan Wood. From: Allison Lind.

Talks Over Tea

A table for two has never looked this cute. Spend your afternoons making small talk with your pint-sized partner in crime and maybe a stuffed rabbit or two, too.

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Photo: Jessica Delaney Photography

Stylish Kids Art Studio

Talk about a major makeover. This room was transformed from a dreary basement into a dreamy creative space. All it took was some bright white paint, graphic tiles and cool pendant lights to make this a studio suited for kids and adults, alike.

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