The art of poster decor

Guidelines for pinning up your posters. Since it can be difficult to decide on the finishing touches for your interior design, we have established this email series in which our decorating experts provide their most useful advice for accomplishing the appearance you desire.

Posters hung in pairs, symmetrical groupings, stark contrasts, or an elaborate gallery wall? Poster design options are virtually limitless. Here are three suggestions from our professional stagers to help you complete the look of your room:

Always aim towards symmetry

When arranged in a rectangular formation, multiple patterns of the same scale can make a powerful statement. If you want to avoid a cluttered look, use posters with complementary colour schemes and don’t worry about the total amount of posters. Make your posters look more put together by matting them.

Work with furniture in mind

Pinterest users are increasingly drawn to expansive gallery walls that take up a full wall. The gallery wall will have more of an impact and create the sense of a more “unstyled” and relaxed area if it extends to the floor and surrounding furnishings.

See our other posters here! We would also recommend the interior design book “The art of creating a beautiful home” by Natalie Walton. You can buy it on Amazon here.

Use light and limited space effectively

Contrary to what was stated in point 2, use every inch of your limited space wisely. In fact, a gallery wall in a window can be just as (if not more) effective as one covering an entire wall. Choose a more delicate design to incorporate into a still life or to showcase in a modern Moebe frame. For people who are limited by square footage or simply prefer to keep their private places private, this decorating style is ideal.

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