A bookshelf and table can be reconfigured into a double-sided work space with some DIY ingenuity. Saw the table in half and attach the table to the bookcase using L-brackets. The back of the bookshelf can be covered in cork-board, chalkboard paint, or pegboard to create a usable “wall”. Hang baskets on the side of the bookcase for storage.
For kids who need the quiet and privacy of doing their homework in their own room, but don't necessarily have the space for a separate desk and bed along the the wall, lofting is always an option. Check out The Friendly Home's version of the desk tucked under a lofted bed. Source: The Friendly Home
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