Accustomed (and happy) as I am as a teacher librarian to engage with the idea of 'working noise' (let's be real about it, very few school libraries are hushed temples of learning at all times), the senior study area upstairs in our library is a different matter. There, seniors are expected to be doing silent, individual work; if they want to discuss work or work as a group, they must be elsewhere in the library so the senior study remains a haven of silence and academe. At least this is my goal (and appreciated by students seeking silence and academe). So while I wouldn't put this picture up in the main part of the library, it's handy-dandy and apt in the senior study.
Bargain. Looks good.
I'm tempted to buy two more of these Solmyra ones to reinforce the message (it's an ongoing work...!) and have them going down the wall as a nice repetition....
*GIFSL = Good Ideas For School Libraries . An ongoing series on this blog (and gee whiz, I'm up to #60???)