If you're looking for a style with the charm of childhood, the vintage character of antiques and a little bit of education on the side, look no further than these seven rooms. They each capture a schoolhouse aesthetic without going over the top–and prove that the look can be adapted for every room in the house.
Above: A child's school desk at work as a console table in our house tour, Jessica & Milo Living Large in a Small Space.
A row of lockers being used as storage in a Dutch dining room designed by Sonia van der Zwaan via Houzz.
Architect Jeff Troyer transformed a wooden desk into a bathroom vanity for this Los Angeles home.
An oversized map completes photographer Jenny Brandt's dining room, as seen on her blog, Dos Family.
There are a lot of scavenged antique finds in Paige's Rustic Schoolhouse-Inspired Colorado Kitchen & Dining Room.
I love the chalkboard and magnet board details–especially that classically "schoolhouse" green color–in this Kansas City kids' room from Hufft.