Classroom Wall Decorations

  • (decorate) make more attractive by adding ornament, colour, etc.; "Decorate the room for the party"; "beautify yourself for the special day"
  • (decorate) award a mark of honor, such as a medal, to; "He was decorated for his services in the military"
  • The process or art of decorating or adorning something
  • A thing that serves as an ornament
  • Ornamentation
  • (decorate) deck: be beautiful to look at; "Flowers adorned the tables everywhere"
  • (Classrooms) Belk Hall, Reid Hall, Daniel Moultrie Science Center (DMSC)
  • A classroom is a room in which teaching or learning activities can take place. Classrooms are found in educational institutions of all kinds, including public and private schools, corporations, and religious and humanitarian organizations.
  • A room, typically in a school, in which a class of students is taught
  • a room in a school where lessons take place
  • Any high vertical surface or facade, esp. one that is imposing in scale
  • A continuous vertical brick or stone structure that encloses or divides an area of land
  • A side of a building or room, typically forming part of the building's structure
  • surround with a wall in order to fortify
  • an architectural partition with a height and length greater than its thickness; used to divide or enclose an area or to support another structure; "the south wall had a small window"; "the walls were covered with pictures"
  • anything that suggests a wall in structure or function or effect; "a wall of water"; "a wall of smoke"; "a wall of prejudice"; "negotiations ran into a brick wall"
classroom wall decorations
classroom wall decorations - Eureka Suzy's
Eureka Suzy's Zoo Vertical Classroom Banner, Welcome, 45 x 12 Inches (849600)
Eureka Suzy's Zoo Vertical Classroom Banner, Welcome, 45 x 12 Inches (849600)
Eureka Classroom Banners are designed to decorate walls and bulletin boards, to welcome and encourage students. Available in a wide variety of color, print, and message options. Paper Magic's Eureka division brings you terrific learning tools, classroom and home decor, party favors, and fun games for children. Since 1986, The Paper Magic Group, Inc. has created and distributed a variety of educational and seasonal products. We are proud to offer the best educational and motivational merchandise for home and school, including games and puzzles, bulletin board decorating sets, banners, recognition awards, bookmarks, and success stickers. Paper Magic also offers boxed greeting cards for Christmas, gift tags and seals, vinyl window clings, and home d├ęcor products, Valentine products; classroom-exchange Valentines, stickers, treat sacks, cutouts, and danglers. All Paper Magic divisions maintain large product development and creative teams; investing significantly in consumer and product trend research to bring our customers the latest in design. The divisions share distribution facilities in Pennsylvania; goods are manufactured in Paper Magic's domestic production facilities or produced under the company's direction in factories worldwide.

Snapshot: Two Women, Teachers Perhaps, In A Classroom
Snapshot: Two Women, Teachers Perhaps, In A Classroom
This little photo just showed up in my collection. I probably bought it on a trip I took to a show in Louisville, with some buying elsewhere in Kentucky and a couple stops in West Virginia. I don't remember being struck by it at the time. i have a side of one of those desks hanging up on a wall of the house where i live. one of my cousins climbed up into the old overgrown (with lots of poison ivy --- i was smart and didn't get near it that time) where my grandfather and his brothers had gone to school. she threw some of these desks out of the window and the women all wanted part of one, so now my mother has ait on the wall as decoration. and then some bum burnt the older school down (or local yokel, a destructor type, why are there such people?) and the school, and the desks, are no more. poison ivy lives on, no doubt. so at some point i picked up the photo and noticed the two women. are they teachers? are they lesbians. oldmaid schoolmarms? the embrace of the woman from behind seems rather possessive. she looks a little peeved. "she's mine," she seems to say. but the woman in front does not demonstrate any look of submissiveness. she seems comfortable and in control. inevitably, makes me wonder about the photographer and their relationship to him or her. the point of this little point, for my talk in Boston, is how some photos just show up, and how on of the attractions of collecting is the NOT KNOWING. it's okay to know the story of a photo sometimes, but i'm often much more pleased to not know. to speculate, or be left wondering. "Keep it Big," some Canadian wrote a whole book about the modern inclination to make the world smaller, and celebrate it's shrinkage. I'm in the BIG camp ---- let it be as big and wonderful and awesome and ultimately unknowable as it can posssibly be. IT IS really, and your attempts to possess it are just your fears speaking to you. Howard Hughes was the guy who let his fears overcome him. you don't want to end up like Howard Hughes (surrounded by Mormons at the end, I might add.)
Sever Hall, Harvard (b&w)
Sever Hall, Harvard (b&w)
a reworking of a photo I uploaded last week; in this version I've switched to black & white and tweaked the cropping just a bit; Sever Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge Massachusetts, completed in 1880 and designed by architect Henry Hobson Richardson (1838-1886) the fine masonry work is clearly visible -- the thin horizontal Roman brick, the florid decoration in terra cotta and the stone accents at the top corners of the windows; notice that every eighth course of brick is a bond course which ties the exterior surface brick into, probably, terra cotta block on the inside of the wall; the thin Roman brick was something that Richardson used often, a material also favored by Louis Sullivan as well as Frank Lloyd Wright after him; the horizontality of the brick adds to the overall horizontality of the building best viewed large
classroom wall decorations
classroom wall decorations
Reusable Decoration Wall Sticker Decal - Gold Fish
Become an interior decorator and transform your living space from ordinary to extraordinary with this unique Goldfish wall decal sticker! With this sticker you'll be sure to add plenty of color, fun, depth, and individuality apart from the average home. You can adorn the interior walls and windows of your home, bathroom, office, nursery, dorm, or store. Get creative and apply them to furniture, such as your refrigerator, table, desk, kitchen cabinets, drawers, etc. The Goldfish sticker set includes images of goldfishes, water, rocks, and pebbles. Have fun with these underwater friends! They're great for mirrors or glass in bathrooms. If you want to revamp your space without having to spend too much time, money, and effort, then this is the perfect way! Because these stickers are removable, repositionable, and reusable, you can apply them time after time without any hassle and mess that come with most other means of design like painting that can be costly, time-consuming, and laborious. They're extremely easy and simple to use. Just peel and apply to dry, clean, and smooth surfaces. Plus, you don't need to worry about damage or residue after removal. With affordable stickers like these, create the look you always wanted in minutes! Genuine wall stickers include official HYUNDAE Sheet logo.