5 original posters for the living room in any style

Our store offers a vast choice of designs in many different colour schemes. However, many of them have been designed to match one particular interior design style. For instance, living room wall decorations depicting reindeer or the Dalecarlian horse will look best in Scandinavian interiors, whereas colourful, folksy patterns will do great in interiors inspired by the rustic style. If you’re unsure which design to choose and wonder whether the one you've chosen goes well with the décor of your space, we have just the thing for you. We’ve compiled a list of five most universal and timeless designs, which you can safely choose regardless of whether you’re decorating an industrial, minimalistic or classic space.

A minimalist triptych with a floral motif can serve as a contrast to dark furniture, which will make for a very interesting effect
A minimalist triptych with a floral motif can serve as a contrast to dark furniture, which will make for a very interesting effect
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Living room ornaments inspired by famous masterpieces

Art is a great source of inspiration. Even though artistic currents come and go, artworks are always fashionable and appreciated. Take for instance abstract posters that make use of colours and vivid forms – perfect for modern and minimalist interiors. However, if we delve a bit deeper into the history of art, we’ll see that the first abstract artwork was created as early as in 1910.  That's exactly why such a poster will look stunning in traditional interiors as well as rooms inspired by modernism or the industrial style. Once you’re set on abstract designs, you still have a wide choice. You may opt for living room accessories that are reminiscent of Pollock’s expressive paintings or Mondrian's geometric artworks.  

Abstract posters that make use of colours and clear shapes look absolutely stunning both in modern and classic interiors
Abstract posters that make use of colours and clear shapes look absolutely stunning both in modern and classic interiors - myloview.com

Our second idea is embodied by wall decorations with flowers, for instance, in a form of a poster. It's one of the most universal and timeless motifs and it can blend seamlessly with the décor of your interior. If you’re worried that designs with flowers might be too simple and monotonous, then we can assure you there’s no need. Since flowers have been immortalised as art in every single era of history, there are so many depictions to choose from that boredom is out of the question! How about wall decorations with Art Nouveau floral patterns, a Baroque still life or a graphic design with flowers by Andy Warhol?

Geometric motifs with a modernist vibe work wonders in Boho and eco interiors
Geometric motifs with a modernist vibe work wonders in Boho and eco interiors - myloview.com

Retro style décor – vintage living room accessories

Contrast is popular not only in the world of fashion. If you're a fan of bold decorative combinations, then we’re sure that you'll like our next interior design idea – retro patterns! Why? Because our old-fashioned motifs can easily be incorporated into modern interiors to create a unique and inspiring dissonance. Naturally, such a wall decoration will also look absolutely gorgeous in a retro living room. It’s universal character stems exactly from the fact that it can be used in many different styles, which results in endless interior décor possibilities. 

A black-and-white, retro poster will mesh well with almost any type of interior
A black-and-white, retro poster will mesh well with almost any type of interior - myloview.com

Another way to realise the potential of the vintage aesthetic is through the use of cinematic living room ornaments inspired by iconic films such as ”Gone with the Wind”, ”Psycho”, ”A Clockwork Orange” or ”A Streetcar Named Desire.” Just like masterful art, great cinematography never goes out of fashion and a well-chosen poster will become a head turner in any type of interior.

Your typographic poster should be able to cheer you up every day
Your typographic poster should be able to cheer you up every day - myloview.com

Express it in words – typographic wall decorations

For all minimalism lovers, we recommend very fashionable posters with catchy phrases or well-known quotations. One advantage of typographic posters is that you can adapt it to any interior design style simply by choosing an appropriate font and typeface. Letters imitating the look of an old printing press font will look absolutely gorgeous in a vintage style room, a quote in gold will mesh well with a glamour style décor, while a colourful phrase reminiscent of graffiti will do great in an industrial style living room.

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