How to Decorate Your Home With Posters: Choosing the Right Poster for You

It's easy to decorate your home with posters, but the right poster can make all the difference in how inviting your space feels. In this blog post, we'll walk you through some of our favorite ways to choose the perfect poster for any room in your house.
We'll cover choosing a size and type of art form that will match what you're looking for, as well as different frame types to get exactly what you want without sacrificing quality or sustainability. Finally, we'll share some tips on how to combine various posters to create cohesive spaces throughout your home!


1. Choose artwork based on the style of your space.

When choosing a poster, think about the style of your space and how it will complement what you already have on the wall. If you're looking for a more playful approach to decorating (think: bright colours), then choose an expressive artwork with bold lines that match those vibes. Examples of different styles are shown below, with their matching frame and decor options.


Alternatively, if you want something elegant to add sophistication without being too busy at once glance, these black-and-white posters from Sofie Ewald and Tedzukuri are great! They lend themselves well to any neutral space where their timeless design won't clash with other pieces around them.

"Silence" by Tedzukuri in our 30x40 nature oak frame on a bookshelf. 

 

 

Maybe you are looking for some more abstract posters to add variety and inspire creativity in your space. Rune Elmegaard is a great option for those who want colour without too much vibrancy, while Lot Winther art posters can complement most living rooms thanks to her calm motives and colours.

 

 

Some people prefer photo art posters to decorate their home because it gives a sense of life and warmth. Frederik Højfeldt and Kurt Job are just one of many artists you can consider if this is your preference.

 

 

There's no right choice when it comes to what kind of posters go well in your space - you'll need to consider both where they're going, what style they will contribute, and what colours work best with them. Luckily we've got lots of options ready for you!


2. Hvilken størrelse skal din plakat være

The question we get asked most is, what's the best size for a poster to hang on your wall.

It depends on where you want it in your space and if it needs to fit into an existing frame or be a part of a poster wall. Posters typically come in three standard sizes - 30x40 cm, 50x70 cm and 70x100 cm. There are also many sizes in between.


So, should it be a 30x40 cm or 50x70 cm poster?

Here's the thing - you'll need to measure your space and see if one of these three standard sizes will fit best! Sometimes it is better to go with two 50x70 cm posters than one 70x100 cm poster if you want to fill a space.

Sizeguide der viser 30x40, 50x70 og 70x100 størrelsen i egetræs rammen.

Here's our sizing guide to visually see the difference between 30x40 cm, 50x70 cm and 70x100 cm frames.

If you want to hang it on the wall, make sure that it will fit in your frame or existing space. If it is for a poster wall, then just choose what size suits best with the others so they match up nicely.


3. How to combine various posters to match your home decor

Decorating your home with posters can be a fun way to make a statement. And, if you get it right, they will give the rest of your interior a boost.

Think about colour, tone and subject matter before making a decision. the posters must match your wall and furniture, but most of all your personality.

When you have settled on a poster you have to find a frame that fits the poster and your room. Here it is important to choose a material that will last and is sustainable. We would recommend wood frames because they give a natural look and they come in different variations such as light, darkand black wood.



Once this is done all there is left to do is hang them up on the wall and voila: an eye-catching home statement has been made! See our entire selection of quality posters