Whether it’s at office, home or even a tiny hostel room, everyone likes adding something special to their walls. Those pictures of aesthetic walls with fancy photos and filters on Instagram, that we all secretly wish we had, are really not that tough to create. This weekend, why not take some time off to personalize your walls!
Personalizing your walls with your favorite photos and posters is not only easy but also adds a little bit of ‘you’ in your space.
Collecting posters is something we’ve all been doing for a long time so why not use them to spruce up your walls a bit? Maybe set a theme for your posters that you’re going to put up; old bollywood themes for you retro fans or celebrate the filmy side of you with posters from your favourite movies! While putting up your posters, choose a good quality tape so that in case you need to remove a poster, it doesn’t peel the paint off your walls.
Another super easy and fun way to revisit your favourite memories is putting up your polaroids and photos on your walls. Arranging it in shapes or stringing them up together not only looks appealing but also leaves space for you to add more photos in the future. And of course nobody can go wrong with fairy lights! Stringing up your polaroids and photos with a string of fairy lights or just hanging it will definitely give your walls a glow-up! Filling up your hostel room with photos of friends and family and those crazy times gives a great vibe and your room will soon become the new chill spot for your gang!
If you’re someone who prefers a less crowded wall or is up for trying out the new ‘minimalist’ trend, then choosing a bold colour for your walls and putting up a few of your favourite quotes or some framed photos will add a touch of your personality without much clutter. Contrasting colours can look good too, but make sure you choose the right colours for your photo frames and space out your photos so your wall doesn’t look cluttered. Minimalist walls usually look great in huge spaces but you can make them work in small spaces too by using mostly whites and greys to create the same effect and you could have fun mixing and matching your favourite colours for the photo frames!
Hopefully with all these tips, you can turn your old plain wall into something fab-you-lous and full of memories!