Every kid needs a desk space for school work or just to draw and write things from their imagination. Making a desk space is super easy — all you need is a table and a chair. But rather than having a space that is boring, there are lots of ways to make a kids desk space fun and inviting.
We went looking for some desk spaces for kids and we found the prettiest pastel spaces ever, like the one pictured at the top. It’s such a simple space but the painted desk and the cute contrasting stools look so stunning together.
All the spaces have the required desk and chair but the colours, the decorations and the attention to detail in these spaces makes them super cute and fun. If you’re looking for ideas for your kids desk space and you love pastels, then we have lots of inspiration for you today:
How incredibly cute is this desk space? We love the mix of colours, the playful pieces but most of all that yellow bow chair! It’s a simple desk that is brought to life with all the details.
In this space they have gone for one pastel tone with a few small accents of other colours. The result is a very pretty and girly desk space. We’re loving the dotty wall hooks which complete the space perfectly.
In this desk space, we love how the pastel wall makes the other pastel tones really pop! This desk is stylish and pretty, perfect for slightly older kids, especially older girls.
This elegant desk space is not only beautiful but it’s a space that will grow with your child. We are loving the chic pastel pink chair and the gorgeous soft pastel wallpaper.
There is no right or wrong way to do pastel and we love how this gorgeous desk space doesn’t hold back. There is lots of pastel, lots of magic and lots of fun in this space. And that angle wing chair? So cute!
Are you tempted with a pastel desk space for your child?
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