The Montessorian pedagogy was created by the doctor and educator Maria Montessori, with studies aimed at improving the learning of children with mental disabilities. Over time, she began to use her knowledge and her methods for applications other than psychiatry.
The method of self-education is increasingly sought by parents and masters. In the children's room, he emphasizes the importance of having an environment that stimulates the autonomy, independence and development of the child. In such settings, the child can use their natural curiosity to learn independently by exploring the space, objects and play available in the room.
A striking feature of the Montessori rooms is that they are designed with the child's ergonomics, that is, the furniture is adapted to its size and height, allowing them to have easy access to their objects.
Cabinets should have low doors that the child has access to to get clothes and shoes with ease. No bunk beds or high beds, in the Montessorian room, choose a low bed or a mat on the floor. Another important point is to delineate the area for jokes and studies, think of objects that stimulate creativity as rolls of paper or slate walls that allow children to draw.
Mirrors can play a crucial role in the child's development, after all, it can be visually recognized. Therefore, the ideal is to think of a place to position it. Like the mirror, the photographs are ideal for the little ones to resemble other people in the family and recognize themselves in them.
Rugs are also a way to stimulate the senses of the little ones, they can touch and feel different types of materials. A practical and inexpensive solution to contribute to the project.
When dealing with a children's room, safety is a fundamental item. Therefore, in addition to leaving the environment beautiful, we must pay attention to every detail of the materials and furniture so that everything is safe. Check out some tips:
- The outlets must have a higher height or even a dedicated protector. Another simpler option is to leave them hidden behind the furniture.
- The corners of furniture can pose a serious danger to small, avoid furniture with these characteristics. One option is to use a cinch guard that can be found easily.
- Wear a side shield on the bed, preventing your child from falling down during sleep.
- The choice of carpets is an excellent option to protect and cushion any type of fall from the small ones, in addition to leaving the environment more beautiful.
Models and photos of montessorian rooms
After checking out all these valuable tips, start your search for ideas and suggestions that have been carefully separated to inspire you. Continue browsing to view all the images available in the post:
Picture 1 - In addition to decorating, the climbing wall becomes a fun joke for your child.
Do not forget to decorate the walls with jokes, flags, pictures, photographs, lamps. Any item that adds in the harmony of the environment is valid.
Picture 2 - Put the stickers and the ornaments in a low height.
Enjoy and invest in a decoration that can help with the jokes.
Picture 3 - A space reserved for the blackboard guarantees beautiful drawings and contributes to the learning.
Picture 4 - The use of low furniture is a characteristic present in this style.
Picture 5 - Try to leave the items always at a comfortable height for the child.
Picture 6 - Mount a reading corner with cushions, rugs and some shelves of books.
Image 7 - This niche in home format can gain multiple functions.
In that moment let the imagination flow! It can be a reading corner or any other joke. Try to leave the space in a functional way, some cushions, stickers and a lamp just enough to make you charming!
Picture 8 - See how cool this furniture can be a desk, shelf, niche and a space for reading.
Picture 9 - Room of boy with style Montessoriano.
Put the toys so that the children can pick them up to play, in this way the autonomy and organization is also worked. After all, little ones can organize their own objects.
Picture 10 - The closet has an ideal height for the child to reach the doors. In addition, it also serves as a blackboard when it is closed.
Picture 11 - All the furniture was designed for the infantile use.
The cabin can be made with a mattress, cushion or ottoman and a cloth hanging from a support attached to the ceiling - preferably well-fluid and transparent for lightness. Your child will love having a "home of his own."
Picture 12 - All the ornaments stimulate the children, from the threads with colored balls, the prints of the cushions, the wallpaper of stars and etc.
Play with the prints and the shapes of the cushions to make the room a lot more fun! When playing on the floor, the cushions can also be used as a support to make the children more comfortable.
Picture 13 - Leave the environment with the childlike climate!
Picture 14 - Reserve a comfortable space with a rubber mat on the floor.
Rugs are a good alternative for kids to crawl and move around in space without hurting themselves.
Picture 15 - The handles can be shaped like numbers, letters, animals, fruits and others.
Even the joinery project has earned its space here! Invest in educational furniture whether with numbered paint or stickers glued to the cabinet. This room stimulated the numbers on the knobs in ascending order.
Image 16 - One of the strengths of the Montessorian project is the mirror on the wall.
It is important that the object is acrylic and is securely attached to the wall to provide no scratches.
Picture 17 - The rack can have a favorable height for the children.
The entire layout of the room will be with low furniture, either in boxes or in baskets. Everything should always be positioned at the height of the child's eyes, so that she can from an early age recognize her space and learn about organization.
Picture 18 - Just like the mirror at the height of the child's eyes.
Image 19 - Look how cool this idea of a playground in bed.
Who wants to build a bunk can be inspired by this project. Instead of two beds, separate the area below to play! And the cool that for each function has a specific corner in the same environment.
Picture 20 - Make the study corner more fun.
When it comes to stimulating the child, they get involved with different designs and shapes. In addition to the beds, you can also bet on this home-style desk.
Picture 21 - The roll of paper is a great item to leave in the children's room.
The cool thing about this idea is that every day the child can invent a different drawing for their room!
Picture 22 - The macaw is pure charm when it wins the version of children's furniture.
Picture 23 - The climbing wall is a way to stimulate this activity with the little ones.
Picture 24 - Furniture and accessories are designed for children's use.
Picture 25 - How about a wall full of learning?
Put the stickers with the alphabet to decorate the bedroom wall and do not forget to compose a shelf with children's books.
Image 26 - This space with the long and lowest desk gained a magnetic wall.
Reserve a corner to expose your child's drawings on the wall.
Picture 27 - The small library was set up with shelves where children can reach the books.
Image 28 - Ideal for the child who loves to draw!
Picture 29 - Every corner of this room is designed to be functional.
Picture 30 - Fitted kitchen for children.
Picture 31 - The mirror is ideal for the child to recognize.
Picture 32 - In addition to the paper frame, this wall has special paint that allows the drawing.
Here's another idea to stimulate drawing. In addition to all painting items, place frame frames where the design turns a work of art on the wall.
Picture 33 - Everyone knows the importance that drawings play in early childhood education. Then, to stimulate even more, let the paint items within reach of the little ones.
Picture 34 - The tunnel, the rubber mat and the mirror activate the child's curiosity even more.
These items placed in the project help provide sensory experiences for babies and delimit play space.
Picture 35 - Place objects that are safe for children.
Image 36 - Mirror and sidebar form a lovely and educational Montessorian girl's bedroom!
Picture 37 - Leave the furniture within reach of children.
Picture 38 - This magnetic wall is ideal for a children's room.
Another cool idea is the magnetic wall, kids love it and waste hours trying to put sentences and words together. The best way is to leave these letters scattered on the board to stimulate this play often.
Picture 39 - Putting this bar on the bed prevents children from falling.
Picture 40 - How about creating a playful environment for children to read and play?
Reading space should be encouraged from the outset, try to set up using a different format and be comfortable.
Picture 41 - Put furniture with fun shapes.
Picture 42 - Put this ruler to follow the height of your child.
Picture 43 - Leave the wall decorated and fun for the kids.
Picture 44 - Houses placed around the mattress in a room of sisters.
Image 45 - Stick the objects with tapes and avoid the use of nails.
Picture 46 - Put educational toys in the bedroom.
Picture 47 - Room of girl with style Montessori.
The main idea is for children to explore their dormitory so they can grow up free and self-reliant.
Picture 48 - Children's Desk.
Picture 49 - Facilitate your day to day!
Image 50 - Look for furniture with rounded finishes.
Image 51 - Bedroom with low hangers and hooks on the wall.
Store in this space few clothing choices so the child can choose easily.
Picture 52 - Bunk with doll house shape.
Image 53 - Opt for rounded shelves.
All finishing should be thinking for the safety of the child. Avoid straight corners and sharp objects, rounded finish is the best choice for children's furniture.
Picture 54 - All accessories are planned with safety.
Image 55 - Leave space organized.
Image 56 - Colorful furniture adds in the look of the little ones.
Always try to activate the child's look. So put enough color in the decor with the colorful objects and furnishings.
Picture 57 - Put educational toys that do not promote danger within reach of children.
Image 58 - Mirror, bars, ropes and rugs are some of the accessories of this style.
The goal of the bar is to make it easier for the child to stand and start walking. The next mirror helps in this process, as well so your child can also follow their own performance.
Image 59 - Leaving mattresses on the floor is a safe way for those who have small children and can be decorated with these huts.
The mattresses on the floor offer greater autonomy for the children, since they can lie down and lift whenever they want.
Image 60 - Or opt for a lower bed.
The low bed without the cradles and spatial limitations of the crib leaves the child freer and can move independently. Try to put this in the shape of home, kids love it!
Image 61 - World map as illustration on the wall.
Image 62 - Shades of gray in the room decoration.
Image 63 - Organizing shelves for toys in the Montessori bedroom.
Image 64 - Everything arranged with planned furniture.
Picture 65 - Montessori room for girl.
Image 66 - Slate to inspire creativity in the decoration of the Montessori bedroom.
Picture 67 - Montessori room for girls double.
Picture 68 - Create a space for your little one's favorite books.
Picture 69 - Montessori room for boys.
Image 70 - Study table, clouds and pictures to inspire this moment.
Picture 71 - Simple Montessorian room.
Picture 72 - Canopy that delimits the space of the bed.
Picture 73 - Good evening, my dear!
Image 74 - Decoration for a super rock star.
Image 75 - Corner of studies and learning.
Picture 76 - Mirror and blackboard follow the same format in this room.
Picture 77 - Pure charm in a simple decoration.
Picture 78 - Space for slightly older boys.
Picture 79 - Right space to play and have fun.
Picture 80 - Another Montessorian room for girl.
Image 81 - Space for slate and stickers complement the decoration of this room.
Picture 82 - High ceilings and pendant lamps are the highlight of this room.
Picture 83 - Montessorian room with wall slab.
Picture 84 - Montessori room for boy.
Picture 85 - Multicolored bedroom for girl.
Picture 86 - Bed to inspire the imagination.
Picture 87 - A very special place for her.
Image 88 - Lighting in Neon on bedroom wall.
Image 89 - Bandeirinhas give a special touch to the decoration of the children's room.
Picture 90 - The green is the highlight of this Montessorian room.
Picture 91 - Montessori room for girl.
Image 92 - Primary colors in the decoration of the Montessori bedroom.
Picture 93 - MDF sheets on the wall to change the face of the bedroom wall.
Picture 94 - Geometric drawings in the painting for a more playful mood in the room.
Image 95 - Multifunctional space to inspire creativity.
Image 96 - Leave activities close to the child.
Picture 97 - Comfortable pillows in the room decoration.
Image 98 - Black and white in bedroom decor.
Image 99 - Montessorian room with cot.
Image 100 - Pendant luminaires in the Montessori bedroom.