Hi everyone! As most of you know, we’ve moved our school room to the basement, and so today I’m sharing our updated homeschool room tour with you!

I want to start off by saying that you by no means need to have a dedicated “classroom” in order to homeschool. You can literally homeschool anywhere you have space, or wherever you prefer. We often pack up and head to the library to do school, sometimes we end up in the living room, and other times we head outside. It really depends on the day and our mood!

That said, I do have a setup school area that we use the majority of the time. It works well for our family and we’re thankful to have this space! So I thought it would be fun to take a little tour and show you how we have it all set up now that we’ve moved!



Watch Our Updated Homeschool Tour 2016 here!


Click here for more details on our school desk setup. Ikea discontinued the table tops I purchased, but they replaced them with the Linnmon Table Tops, white. I think everything else is the same. Here are links to the desk pieces.


As promised, here are some links to the products mentioned in this video and a few other products we’ve used in our homeschool:



Click below to download:

Gingham Calendar Days Part 1

Gingham Calendar Days Part 2


For those of you wondering about our birdies, they’re still upstairs in the old location which has now become my sewing room! I was worried the basement might get cold, and so we kept them upstairs in the room their familiar with. So now I have tweety company while I sew Smile



  1. I’ve stumbled across your blog today looking for homeschool room ideas for our growing girls. We’ve had a working setup for the last few years, but we’re getting older and needing to revamp. I love your quad desk (we have four girls) but am dying to know: how old are your kids? I showed this to my husband and he was concerned about leg room. Do they get all up in each other’s business in this shared space?

    1. No, they don’t really reach each other because of the drawer units. My desks were 5′ long, and so with the drawer units on both sides, you can really only fit the Ikea Jr. chair in the space. You could do a larger desk as well and have more room. But it worked fine for us 🙂

  2. I love your table set up. Currently we use the dining room table and I sit next to the child I’m working with. How do you do one on one work when you can’t sit with them? I want to change to your set up, I love that each child has a set of drawers, but I’m concerned how that one on one works.


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