I am as you will find the majority of homeschoolers to be. We have no real dedicated space, we learn all over the place, and when I set up a room specifically for it, it doesn't get used for anything more than storage. That said, the majority of our formal sit down work gets done in the loungeroom (living room). The kids will sit on the floor or on their canvas ottoman/stool thingies and work at the coffee table. This won't work forever, they will soon get too big for that sort of working area. We'll probably move to the kitchen in a year or so, I have no idea how I will adapt that yet, as we do not have a dining room, just a kitchen with enough room for a small dining table. I will adapt, I always do :-)
Here are some photos of how I've setup our loungeroom. I have not cleaned up. I like to be organised, my children do not. So this is how they've left it and it's just too early in the morning for me to be cleaning.
Beautiful isn't it? Hahaha. It's functional, and that's what is important. This is not everything of course, this is just our loungeroom. We have bookcases and cabinets and cupboards in other rooms filled with games, books, art stuff, and general Homeschool mayhem. And you can't actually see into my corner area, where I have a million folders and other things that I use for HS planning, recording and general mum stuff like budgeting.
Sigh. These photos make it look way messier than how I usually see it. Now I might need to clean it up.
This post was done as part of the Aussie Not Back to School Blog Hop, co-hosted by Our Worldwide Classroom and Every Bed of Roses.