Here in Virginia, many kids are headed back to school today.  (Mine have another week… Lord, give me strength!).  To celebrate with all of you who have kids already back, or heading back today, I thought I’d share some ideas for vintage-inspired kids’ study spaces.  (And then I’ll cry into my coffee as I see all the other kids rushing off to school today, while mine argue over a balloon and request Peppa Pig for the zillionth time this summer…. Sigh….)

Vintage-inspired study spaces

via Home My Design

This is cute and rustic.  And I’m sure that child put his shoes exactly like that…

Vintage-inspired study spaces

via Talk of the House

I love this desk.  And this is such a great space that will grow with a child from grade school through high school.

Vintage-inspired study spaces

via The Lily Pad Cottage

How cute are the gold legs on this desk?!  Genius!

Vintage-inspired study spaces

via Mommo Design

As a former teacher, I’m a sucker for a vintage globe and old school chairs…

Vintage-inspired study spaces

via SF Girl By Bay

This is a fun mid century desk – I like the metal and wood alongside the colorful chair.  And I’m sure this child does all of his/her homework assignments on this typewriter!!(??)

Vintage-inspired study spaces

via Rosenberry Rooms

Give this girl a chair!  Otherwise, the whimsical decals and crates-as-shelves are cute paired with the weathered table.

Vintage-inspired study spaces

via Design du Monde

Every teenage girl would love to have this study space! The rug and lucite chair are fabulous!  (Check out the entire room at Design du Monde.)

 

There you have it!  Cute vintage-inspired study spaces for kids of all ages.  Now get crackin’ on that homework, kids!

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  1. Kerry Steele
    Kerry Steele says:

    Its always a fun surprise to see a room in your own house on a blog round up. Cool spaces! My girls started school today and let me tell you, seeing my little baby step on the school bus for the first time was a teary experience…for me, not her.

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