Eh.. perhaps.. but I've always called it the bookroom. It used to be the "pastor's study" then become "the library" and now I call it the bookroom.
Do we use it as a schoolroom? Yes.
Do we use it as a study? Yes.
Do we use it as a bookroom/library? For sure. :)
it's good for crafts, for puzzling, for gaming, for reading, for storage of.. I don't know where to put it so put it here (hence my 2-4 times a year tossing things out binge). :)
It's the room of many hats indeed. I've spent about four days getting this room mostly in order again after a summer of non-use and "here put this somewhere" directions. :)
When you look in from the door this is what you see:
But before we get ahead of ourselves I suppose I should start where we usually start.
This is my computer... actually in better shape than normal. I'm not a great housekeep I barely stay ahead of things. This area is MINE.... no shifting of papers or movement of books.. I know (for the most part where things are at). My son does his computer work here. This is where I write reviews, run my business and just generally keep things organized in the household. :) Emergency measuring tape and all sorts of "HUN! Can you find me thus and such NOW?" supplies are kept here as well. :)
What areas didn't I show? The kitchen table where we read the paper, have a random thought from our conversation jar and read our morning books. I didn't show the couch where we snuggle up to read lunch time books, or even the TV where we watch documentaries (currently WW2 is fascinating the lad). I didn't show the lad's bed (cause well he was sleeping when I took the pics).. we read lots of books at night before he settles to sleep. Tis good you know .. to read lots. :)
Anyways, this gives you a peek into our school room/book room/learning environment. What is yours like? Scattered throughout the house? Confined to a single area? You can learn about the rooms others maintain by checking them out here.