I've been reading Creative Children's Spaces: Fresh and imaginative ideas for modern family homes by Ashlyn Gibson. It's not Montessori in approach but there are floor beds featured (house beds) and good art display options. I love the idea of using a restaurant tab (or check) grabber for displaying art, or prints, or photographs so much that I ordered some straight away.
A young child can use them easily and independently. I am also a fan of the slightly industrial looks. Perhaps in our next house I will put one in the kitchen, or living area or near the children's art area?!? I love it!!
I know in Montessori there isn't a big focus on displaying the children's art, and I think there are good reasons for this. But allowing the child to display what they choose works for us. There is no selection process, or anyone critiquing the art. I love to display photographs that the child picks out too. In our case, I'm aware that the pictures and photographs may go up and be pulled down a few times and end up crinkled, so I wouldn't allow my toddler to use any precious photographs or artwork.
They can be placed anywhere. Of course I suggest putting them at child height!
I've only found this since installing ours, but there are white and sleeker designs, like the one pictured below. This looks fantastic and minimalistic. You could even hang a page from a calendar or for an older child their school timetable or sports training schedules. I read in a review that one person has it in their kitchen and hangs recipes on it.
This is the same one but in a school setting!
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