Interior Design for Remote Home Learning

Schools across the world are preparing for a school year of remote learning. This is new and uncharted territory for not only for teachers and institutions, but also for students and parents. With the vast amount of shifts and pivots already this year, turning a home into a classroom seems to be just another anxiety inducing challenge. 

We understand that nobody is trying to be the perfect parent during this unprecedented time; all are simply trying to get by and keep their family healthy. We encourage you to step back and look at remote learning with a sense of humbleness and openness. 

“A spirited, unruly student is preferable. It’s much easier to direct passion than to try and inspire it.” ~ Joan Desmond

See below for our favorite pieces necessary for creating an honest and inspiring home learning space, made for any home and learning style.

Craftsman Work Table - This collaborative table is perfect for not only the children, but also for the whole family. The large table surface makes for an open space large enough for laptops, books, markers and even crayons to be scattered across and shared by all. The seats swivel out as needed and can tuck it away when not in use. 


Trestle Dining Table Sustainably sourced TREE tacoma

Trestle Redefined Dining Table - Put your children at a table made with reclaimed or sustainably sourced wood, and encourage them to embrace the beautiful imperfections found in nature. Mix in seating, pair with a matching bench, or even use swivel stools that you can move throughout the house.


Blackbird Ethnicraft TREE desk

Ethnicraft Oak Blackbird Desk - This striking desk made from sustainably sourced wood makes for the perfect study spot you can be proud to show off. The Blackbird desk combines soft round legs and eye-catching graphic lines into its light and airy design, fabulous for any fashion-forward teenager.



Tree Tacoma Circuit Corner Home Learning

Circuit Corner - The soft edges of this corner invite connection and coziness all around, making the ideal nook perfect for snuggling up with a good book.


“Replace the fear of the unknown with curiosity.” - Anonymous



August 07, 2020 — Hello TREE