We designed this library corridor art for Countess Anne School.
The library corridor art is designed to stimulate a natural interest in reading, with a celebration of books and popular titles.
We also incorporated a woodland theme to give the library corridor an atmosphere of escapism.
Library corridor art
What does your school reception area look like? How about a beautiful woodland, with rays of sunshine beaming down upon it?
This beautiful design certainly gives an uplifting feeling to the space. And it’s an area pupils and staff really like to visit!
The Wall Art brings colour and interest to the space, without feeling intrusive.
In our experience, one of the best ways to encourage a love of reading is to create opportunities for natural curiosity.
Using visual cues can help, for example; images of books, quotes by authors and images. Even if you only have limited space available, you can still create a little reading nook using a corner of the corridor or classroom.
Our Wall Afrt can help you boost attainment, improve wellbeing and inspire a love of learning.
Wall Art for schools
All our designs are created bespoke by our in-house studio. We’re based in the UK but we work with schools, colleges and universities all over the world.
To find out more about Wall Art for schools, get in touch!
We also offer a free, Covid-safe site visit to get you started. In this session we’ll ask about your objectives and review your available space. This allows us to make suggestions on how to maximise your space and budget.
Finally, the service includes print and installation too. We’re used to installing during the holidays and at weekends, so can arrange a date that suits you best.
You can view more examples of our work in the Case Studies section of the website.