I’m pretty aware that Silvia wrote an awesome article on refreshing your home for spring, but I wanted to give you a new idea: posters, and show you how you can use them in your home. Why? Because there are simple, no hassle, maximum results, ways to spruce up your home decor and you’re not going to break the bank while doing so.
All the posters featured here are from the guys over at posterlounge.co.uk, I for one got lost in their beautiful posters while picking my favorites and gathering info for this post. They offer posters, canvas prints, Alu-Dibond & forex boards.
I absolutely adore gallery walls, with more or less pieces. They look great in every situation if you pick the right pieces. The good part? You can change them fairly often, by changing the content or by changing the the arrangement. So for spring, how about a tulip print or natural illustration? I’m loving the tropical posters also and they go right with the natural spring deco trend. Great if you’re no plants in your home type of person…
Artsy fun kids room
Woa, these super cute posters are destinated for kids rooms, but I think they would work wonders in a colorful space also. Why use posters in kids room? Because they get bored easily and it’s fun away to refresh their room, plus it can be more fun if you ask them to choose their favorites. Again, how cute is that baby whale?
Creative home office
Including a poster in your workspace can increase productivity, don’t you think so? I have many “little” posters in the form of an inspiration board, mainly quotes and illustrations, which btw I have to revamp a bit. But hey, a gorgeous floral print would look great also, I would add some smaller one featuring inspiring quotes.
Aww, and in the kitchen, some recipe posters would look amazing!
Now, Posterlounge is offering one of you your favorite poster from the site. You just have to leave a comment with your pick from posterlounge.co.uk. The giveaway will end next Monday but keep an eye on instagram too * wink, wink*
I picked a couple of my favs also. Couldn’t restrain myself…
- Tamara de Lempicka – Madame Allan Bott
- Elisabeth Fredriksson – Art Deco Geometry
- Lily & Val – Moscow mule
Catherine Abel – FOLIAGE III
- Micklyn Le Feuvre – Butterflies and Hibiscus Flowers – a painted pattern
- Nettsch – Frida con amigos
And all these abstract beauties, for the Scandi lover in you, are by DAN.
Tell me, which one is your favorite?