Middle School Minimalist Classroom.
Every year I help decorate classrooms. Every year I edit more. The idea is to direct attention to central points. Uncluttered. Then add layers of information throughout the year. For example, the theme for the school this year is "revolutionary" and it will be revealed according to the syllabus and matching sample compilation of real-life applications.
The classroom has all the essential data on the two main walls with billboards, dry erase boards, and projector screens. The other side holds classroom materials and has wall space above the bookshelves. Then there is the large, empty section that we call the "art wall". We added one large banner there and posters and models will be displayed underneath it later on.
The inspiration for this classroom is: Japan.
We used poster boards & tempera paint for a landscape & a silhouette. Simplicity.
We rescued a paper dragon that was created for a Japanese play. Serendipity.
Once in a while it's good to have a sudden, complete, or marked change. A revolution. Having a restrained classroom decor is in itself revolutionary. Let's be Radical.