homeschool loft Farmhouse Kids, Columbus
Julie Ranee Photography
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1. Industrial Farmhouse in OhioThis family's homeschool is located in a loft above the kitchen. Homeowner and photographer Julie Ranee purchased the hammock on a trip to Ecuador 22 years ago. "I've been carting the hammock around for so long and now I've finally put it to good use. The kids love having a new and relaxing reading nook," says Ranee.
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8. Add a hammock ... indoors. Hang a hammock in the living room, basement or play room to bring that summertime mood inside, and enjoy it long after the last vacation day fades from memory.
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All that white is Scandinavian. The hammock is from Latin America. And the wall map is just plain globally minded.
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Traditional Ecuadoran. Mother, photographer and Houzz contributor Julie Ranee uses this loft space in her farmhouse for home-schooling. She’s found a prime use for the hammock she bought in Ecuador more than 20 years ago. Hung indoors, it’s a favorite spot for reading.
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4. String up a study station. As some kids will balk at having to sit up at a desk to complete homework, go with the flow and make their space more fluid and fun. A suspended chair or hammock can be where they hang out to study — a laptop can easily be propped up on a cushion or their knees — and can also provide extra seating for when their friends come over. This may be a real hit especially with older kids and teens.