Technically, it's homeschooling from a bar, but I thought that title might get me in trouble with the law.
This closet has been evolving all summer, and I finally got some time this weekend to get in there and organize. Really it was easy, now that it's purpose is more clear.
Our home came with a dry-bar in a closet under the main staircase. It's located between the kitchen and the formal dinning room, which we are using for our school room this year. I still hate all the glass and mirrors, but we are blessed to have all this space, so who am I to complain too loudly.
I used basket, magazine holders, and other organizational tools to control the clutter. All of our new curriculum has not arrived yet, but it will all fit here. Each child can just grab what they need, and then return it at the end of the day. Safely away from very busy little brothers!
These pencil holders from Ikea work will to hold all those little supply items. Love them!
Art supplies, and bigger items.
Mom's work space.
Next up is bringing the girls desks down from upstairs, and organizing the entry way closet to hold Ben's toys.
This is the fun part of homeschooling, I love organizing and getting new curriculum.
Come February I may be turing that closet back into a bar!
We had a busy weekend around here! Madeline's bathroom got painted, and a new exhaust fan was hung. We have been having some moisture issues in there. The
crappy builder grade paint was melting off the walls, and we were starting to get a mold problem. New paint and new fan to the rescue! We are still trying really hard not to invest any money in this house, but that was one area we could not ignore.
Hope you are all well, and had a wonderful weekend.