Friday, June 22, 2012

Inspiring Classroom Design


Pinspiring Classroom Design by: Erin Klein

I invite you to check out my guest blog post on the fabulous Kindergarten Lifestyle blog.  My good friend, Jeannie, was gracious enough to allow me to share a few classroom design tips with her audience.  You'll find ideas on the following: Getting started with Classroom Design, Does Color and Layout Really Matter, and My Favorite Design Elements for Classroom Spaces.  Plus, you'll see photos of classroom designs and layouts, including my former space.

{click here to see my Classroom Design post on Jeannie's blog} 

I'm excited to change it up this summer to create a Garden Theme where I bring the outdoors inside.  I have a lovely brook that runs right beyond my stained glass windows.  Looking out, you immediately see the breathtaking Children's Garden.  Therefore, I plan to accessorize with Sunflowers and Bees.  I'll be sure to share photos once the project is complete.

Also check out one of my most popular posts, Interior Design for your Classroom:
That's right - Classroom Couture !
Photo Credit: Schoolgirl Style by Melanie



5 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh that is Classroom Couture! I'm so jealous. I don't even a window and 2 of my walls are just ugly brown folding partitions. I want to go there! :)

    Amanda
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  2. No couches, no chairs, no rugs, no reed diffusers, all due to students will allergies. I am hoping for some good ideas on painting and decorating my room this summer, to surprise my students in the fall. Any suggestions welcome!

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  3. I love your inspirations. We can only have 20% of our wall covered. That makes for very limiting inspirations. Can't wait to see your finished product.

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    1. That's sad. I cover a lot of my walls. When the heat kicks on in the winter, it all falls off though.

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