We've been working at getting our space for homeschooling together and this is (mostly) what it looks like.
In this corner, we have our reading area, our "prayer tree" and calendar. And a playyard that Adelle sometimes uses. We're trying to help her learn it's a happy place, not a torture box especially for babies.
The low shelves are primarily toys and learning tools for the kids. We have a place to display their artwork up above.
The tall shelves have most of the books, crafting and learning supplies. You can also see part of the dining room, which looks MUCH better now!
I still have more that I would like to see added to our space:
An bookshelf to display kids books cover-side out, near the reading corner.l
Some framed art up above the shelves, where the walls are tallest.
A cool lamp for the reading corner.
Additional shelves for the low bookcases so I can make better use of space for putting out puzzles and manipulatives for the kids.
I need to figure out some space for putting up our maps.
A pocket chart for weather and other calendar activities - near the calendar, but I'll need to put it high enough that Adelle won't tear it apart.
The computer for the kids is between the kitchen and family room, so it's not in this picture. It's a pretty boring space, and kind of cluttered right now. We'll address taking photos of that space some time when it is clean, and the rest of the house is a disaster.