Teen Workspaces

Unfortunately, teenage life can’t always be about going out with friends and having fun, these crucial years are also a time to shape future careers and hone a craft; so here is a wealth of teen workspaces to inspire those developing minds!

 Via Alex Gore

This laid-back attic space utilizes space up to the rafters to house an extensive selection of literature and reference books, with the desk situated to take full advantage of the largest source of natural light. 

 A mezzanine level allows more space for study in this shared room, with individual desks skirting two walls of the perimeter. 
 Above 2 via Korisbo 
 Via Team7

This teen dream space has an airy and sophisticated palette, resulting in a calm place to concentrate.

 Via Shumer
 Another shared bedroom has split the floor space with a simple curtain and dividing wall of box shelves, allowing siblings the opportunity either to communicate and collaborate, or gain more privacy to individually hit the books. 

Above 4 via IKEA
Of course, a teen study space doesn’t always have to be shut away in the confines of a bedroom; a neat work area set out in a quiet living room gives the whole family somewhere to take care of business, and also allows you to keep and eye on how your young ones are doing. 
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