Math. Ah yes, the math whizzes. I remember them well. I wasn't one of them. A mysterious bunch, they always seemed to have magical powers to me. This math-inspired wallpaper adds great character and whimsy to this home office. No doubt, one of those whiz kids lives here.
Chemistry. This great kitchen looks just like a chemistry lab — very clean, with the "workstation" featuring vintage stools and science beakers as vases. A great space for a chemistry buff.
English literature. If you were one of those English lit groupies in high school, here is a project for you. Honor a favorite literature passage by stenciling it in overscale print on a wall. This looks great for family rooms or bedrooms. This idea will personalize a space and show your English-student pride.
Biology. Remember that kid in biology so in command of the subject that the teacher asked him to teach part of the class? I think we found him. This specimen collection is brilliantly displayed with custom shelves and apothecary jars. The frosted glass pattern is a genetic code.
World history. OK, now here is a subject I love. This great wallpaper is the perfect backdrop for all history lovers or folks who love to travel. It looks great in a bedroom or home office.
Art. Everyone loved art class. The art teacher was usually eccentric and wore handmade jewelry. There was a group of kids who excelled at art; the things they made from scratch were just incredible. Notice this shower mat made from wine corks. I think I found one of those kids right here on Houzz.
Home economics. The home ec classroom always smelled delicious, and everything was very neat and tidy. Putting things in their proper place was part of the curriculum. This homeowner gets an A.
Physical education. Our gym never looked this good. The gym was of course where all the athletes hung out and practiced. A love of exercise and sports seems to be a priority in this great home gym. Just 15 minutes a day of exercise can make a huge difference in your energy level. Remember that lesson from P.E.? Whoever lives here took that lesson to heart.
Theater arts. The theater arts kids put on great productions in high school. A visit backstage always revealed costumes, sets and lots of chaos. Of course, I always loved the sets. I'm sure many of those kids grew up to have artistic hobbies and careers. Whoever lives here is set up to create and to make a daily costume change too. Notice the great spool holder that now holds necklaces.
Wood shop. Remember those wood shop students? They were a tight group and always had sawdust in their sneakers. I think one of those students lives here. A collection of vintage rulers is displayed on stair risers. A vintage gear completes the look.