Follow up to Monday's post on visual elements in classrooms, this article from the Honolulu Waldorf School illustrates the care and attention to detail taken when designing a Waldorf school.
"The interior colors are meant to support the child’s general phase of development at the same time as to enhance the educational experience for the particular grade level. Each classroom is a unique space for a specific age group and its activities. Therefore, each classroom wears a color appropriate to that space, the age of the students, and what generally takes place in it." http://bit.ly/2QoRFbo