Murals by interior - School

School wall murals are a perfect way to instantly make the interiors look much more appealing. Foster your pupils' curiosity and learning passion with the help of interesting photographs, maps, designs or landscapes. It's not a secret that most people are visual learners. Using attractive didactic materials in the form of school wall murals will transform a regular geography, chemistry, or language classroom into an incredibly stimulating and thought-provoking learning space. Thanks to our state-of-the-art production methods and the high quality materials we use, the decorations are very durable and can be used by many generations of pupils.

Mural for a history classroom

Mural for a history classroom

A vintage map mural can make history classes more interesting. Let it decorate one of the classroom walls.
Mural for a music school

Mural for a music school

We're sure that even less motivated pupils will fall in love with their music lessons thanks to this mural.
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Mural for school: science

Mural for school: science

An original mural with mathematical and chemical equations can serve as a decoration for a school classroom or corridor.
Mural for a biology classroom

Mural for a biology classroom

How to turn a boring interior into a motivating study space? With this human body mural, it's simpler than ever!
Mural for a mathematics classroom

Mural for a mathematics classroom

A mural with Pi is a perfect design for a math classroom in an economy school.
Mural for a school coatroom

Mural for a school coatroom

Pupils' well-being is affected not only by the classrooms, but also corridors and coatrooms. Consider decorating them with motivational murals.
Mural for school: IT

Mural for school: IT

An IT classroom will instantly become more interesting if you decorate one of its walls with a modern mural.
Mural for a school library

Mural for a school library

The motivational quotes featured in this mural will encourage students to expand their horizons and achieve better results.
Mural for a language school

Mural for a language school

An expressive motivational quote can be a fantastic addition to a language classroom. Choose a quote in the language that is taught there.
Mural for a chemistry classroom

Mural for a chemistry classroom

The periodic table of elements presented in this mural can successfully replace the traditional boring Mendeleev's Table.

 

Choosing the right mural: from elementary school to high school

Climbing up the education system you can clearly see that year after year, from elementary school to high school, children relearn the same essential information, but with each grade it's expanded by new material, presented in a more detailed way and from more mature perspectives. The amount of information is adjusted to the age of the pupils, and the system is designed to help them retain the most important facts. When choosing murals for school, you should keep in mind the age bracket of children who are going to use them. First and second graders will enjoy expressive, colorful patterns, which can easily catch their attention. One great arrangement idea is using popular cartoon characters, who can help to teach children words in foreign languages or the rules of multiplication. This type of decoration is both pretty and functional. Murals for schools are a fantastic decorative idea, which looks beautiful and aids teachers in their roles as educators. High school students, on the other hand, need concrete, practical information, which can be easily consulted during lessons.

Thematic mural for schools

Geography, biology, foreign languages, and physics – most schools have classrooms designated to teaching particular subjects. These classrooms are filled with didactic aids, science posters and thematic decorations. Murals for schools can be used to successfully complement these arrangements. They provide pupils with the access to the most important information, and help them remember various formulas, biologic processes, or definitions, which will become essential tools in their adult lives.

  • For a geography classroom, we recommend murals depicting a map of the world or continents. The decoration will be helpful when learning about state borders, capitals, mountain ranges, or rivers. You can also go for a graphic featuring all the planets in the Solar System.

  • In language classrooms, it's a great idea to show the most important landmarks from a given country: Paris with its soaring Eiffel Tower, a panoramic view of Berlin, or the imposing Great Wall of China – depending on which language is taught at your school. The mural will make the pupils feel as if they were on a school trip.

  • For a biology classroom, we recommend beautiful photographs of animals and nature or, alternatively, designs which present the complicated human anatomy (skeletal and muscular systems or internal organs) in a simple way. Another interesting idea is a depiction of the DNA helix.

The aforementioned murals are just a few decorative ideas in our collection, but the possibilities are almost endless. Our murals for schools come in a wide variety of colors and designs, which makes it easy to find a perfect decoration for a chemistry, mathematics, or music classroom. But there are more types of schools than just one. We also offer some amazing mural designs for dance schools.

Tango, cha-cha, or maybe street dance – wall murals for a dance school

Mastering a new language or a dance style is very challenging. We have to face something that's completely new to us. And although the success depends largely on one's own strong will, the surroundings in which we learn are also very influential. School wall murals are a fantastic way to create an inspirational arrangement which will also be pleasant to look at. Photographs of professional dancers or dance groups can serve as a great motivation for learners who are striving to achieve mastery of the dance style they chose. Elegant waltz dancers, a prima ballerina standing on the tips of her toes, or a sporty girl jumping to the rhythms of break dance – these are just a few of the thousands designs available. Depending on the specialization of your school and the age of your students, you can opt for completely different designs.

A city abroad or inflection of verbs – murals for a language school

The best method of learning a foreign language is traveling abroad to practice, but such costly trips are not always possible. If you offer language courses, you should consider decorating your schools with classroom murals, which will serve as a beautiful substitute for a trip abroad. Murals for a language school can depict the most important landmarks of a given country, a panoramic view of the capital or characteristic landscapes from a given part of the world. However, there's more to these designs than just their visual appeal. They can also serve a didactic purpose by presenting key grammatical rules or important exceptions. If your school offers courses for children, we recommend colorful designs inspired by well-known cartoons. They will help the children quickly remember new words as well as problematic verb inflections.