3 EASY STEPS
Bring spring into your home and brighten up your walls with inspirational and stylish art from Posterlounge
Spring is the perfect time for a seasonal revamp, and adding some uplifting wall art to your home is a surefire way to give the space a total refresh. Whether you prefer bold, contemporary styles for your very own feature wall, more minimal designs or classic art prints, Posterlounge has something for you…
Step 1 Choose your theme
Have a think about how you want to freshen up your space. If you like to stay on trend, swap out your current artworks for designs that feature 2023’s key hues, such as digital lavender, hot pink, and sage green. Perhaps you’d prefer something timeless – you can’t beat the work of an artist you love for a piece that will stand the test of time. Posterlounge has classics such as Vincent van Gogh, Ogawa Kazumasa and William Morris to choose from. Or, look to the seasons for inspiration. As the natural world comes back to life, spring is the perfect time to bring the outside into your home, and you can browse hundreds of beautiful botanical designs at posterlounge.co.uk.
Step 2 Pick a finish
Once you have selected your artwork, choose from eight different finishes to create the perfect aesthetic. For a classic and glossy effect, pick an acrylic glass print or even a poster in an elegant frame. Or if a contemporary matt finish feels more like you, then an aluminium print brings a cool, slightly industrial feel to a display. And last but not least, canvas is a versatile choice that will never go out of fashion.
Step 3 Complete your curation
When you’re happy with your selection, place your order (remember to use ‘HOME20’ to save 20%*). Then, when your artworks arrive, the fun can really begin. Try the prints in a few different positions, and lights, before you hang them up. If you’re adding the pieces to a gallery wall, play with different configurations – use picture hanging strips or roughly sketch it out to make sure you’ve got the best layout. Once everything is up, step back and admire your work. You’ll see your space in a whole new way.