When we built our house, we had a room designated as the school room. It didn't turn into everything I wanted it to be because it was small with very little wall space due to a large window, a large closet, and pocket doors. And now the only wall left is taken up by the piano.
I'm also very fickle, so I decided to turn that space into the toyroom and designate the former toy "area" as the school area. This makes better since because I can continue to make lunch or whatever and answer the kids' questions while they're doing schoolwork.
wardrobe with sliding doors is GREAT. We have a similar one in our bedroom and the boy's bedroom. It holds so much. My OCD loves having everything neatly behind closed doors, as well. The only thing I would have done differently: the black glass doors are so pretty and look nice, but they show fingerprints and dust. That's not the case for the dark wood paneled one in our bedroom and the white glass doors in the boys' room.
And this is the other side. I still have some organizing to do at the bottom. I had to switch everything around to put some of the craft supplies out of the kids' reach. In my ideal romantic world, supplies would be in their reach so that they could readily express their creativity at any moment. Eh. The constant messes got really old. We're working on teaching our kids to put things away. Apparently, I did an incomplete job of this when they were younger. It's really, really hard to keep a clean house these days.