How to

Create a personalized poster wall.


Poster boards have been trending for a few years now, and it doesn't look like this trend is going away anytime soon. If you're thinking about creating your own poster board, there are a few things you should consider. First, think about what colors you want to use. Do you want a bright, colorful board or a more muted, monochromatic look? Second, think about what style you want to go for. Is it rustic? Minimalist? Glamorous? Vintage? Finally, make sure your poster board reflects your personality. 


A picture wall includes different posters that make up an overall concept. Either you match the motifs in color or the frames, so that a uniformity is created. The order in which you hang the posters or which motifs you choose is entirely up to your taste.





Coordinate the posters with each other


When it comes to coordinating the posters with each other, it is important that a common thread can be identified in the choice of motifs. Either in terms of the color scheme or through the choice of motifs. If you're looking for inspiration, you'll find plenty of tips here at Posterton - from frames to motifs. For example, you can combine different poster styles as long as they fit together in a certain way. Photographs, line art, abstract art, floral images or sayings - let your creativity run wild. However, your wall murals should also have a personal touch. So choose motifs that you not only find beautiful, but that also have a meaning for you. Maybe your picture wall is based on your hobby? Or you can be inspired by nature, if it plays an important role in your life. 


Create a unity


Your poster board should blend naturally into the room, whether it's your living room, bedroom, dining room or kitchen. To achieve this, you should coordinate the images with your furniture and the rest of your interior. Also, keep an eye on the latest interior trends, so that you are on the currently popular colors, shapes, styles and materials. This way, you'll easily get inspiration and new ideas on how to bring a breath of fresh air into your home. Of course, no tuning to perfection is required here. After all, it should be a personal picture wall. But a common thread is important. For example, if all the frames have the same color, it gives a sense of unity. For example, if you want to have a poster wall in "pink aesthetics", you can use our copper frames next to. These have a rose gold glow. Note, however, that if all the frames are also the same size, it can quickly look overdone.

Another way to create unity is to choose your prints according to a certain theme (for example flowers, nature or fashion) or style (line art, abstract art, photography). If that's too bold for you on a larger wall, you can break up the pattern with simply designed typography posters. In the category of the same name we have many different sayings to choose from - maybe your life motto is also there? So you not only have a daily reminder (e.g. "Good vibes only"), but it makes your poster wall a whole lot more personal!




Here's how to hang your posters


Hanging posters can be a great way to personalize your space, but it can be difficult to get the hang of (pun intended). Here are a few tips and tricks to help you out.

1, When choosing posters, think about what you want them to look like ahead of time. It can be helpful to mark them on the wall with tape or post-it notes. That way, you won't have to move everything around later.

When you hang the posters, take your time. Make sure the frames are level and straight before you put nails or glue in the wall. Speaking of adhesives, there are many different types. Do your research ahead of time so you know which glue will work best for your walls and your posters. You can also order picture hooks directly when you order your posters from us. In the tab picture walls is listed as the last category picture hooks. There you will find adhesive hooks that are perfect for all walls and can be removed from the wall without leaving any residue. 

When you're done, you should sit back and take a look. Correct anything that looks wrong and enjoy your new, personalized space!

Even once your murals are up, you can move them around as often as you like - if you find a better spot for a particular poster or if you just want some variety. So don't be afraid to experiment and have fun decorating your home with your favorite motifs!