London has something for everyone. People associate the city with the elegant Harrods department store known for its opulence and luxury, the red phonebooths and double-decker buses zooming through the streets or the aromatic 5 o’clock tea. If you’ve fallen in love with the capital of England, you can display the most charming aspects of the city and decorate your interior with a London poster. It’s also a fantastic wall decoration for a language school. An English poster with information about London will get children acquainted with the language and help them learn new vocabulary. If you’re a fan of original design and unique decorations, we also definitely recommend the London underground poster. The complex but efficient network of the Tube is a fantastic way to highlight the style of a modern living room.
You may be surprised to learn how many decorative styles go well with a poster about London. Even though it’s a common decoration for teen’s rooms and language schools, the creative poster designs can just as well be used in a modern living room or a romantic bedroom.
English charm – English-style interiors usually feature subtle, powder colour schemes, whitewashed wooden furniture and plenty of floral patterns, especially in the forms of wallpapers, curtains or upholstery. If you have a bedroom in this style, you can complete the décor with a London poster featuring a charming little teacup, filled to the brim with hot, aromatic tea.
Industrial elegance – in order to warm up a raw, loft interior without sacrificing the industrial style, decorate it with images of red phonebooths and the famous double-decker buses. The red accents will make the space feel much cosier. Another interesting option in this case is a London poster featuring the imposing Westminster Bridge or the elegant Houses of the Parliament.
Minimalistic grace – if you value space and your living room is characterised by minimalism, a black-and-white London poster with a single vivid accent (e.g. a bus or a phonebooth) will balance out the cold colour scheme. Alternatively, you could instead opt for a London underground poster, which presents the complicated network of the Tube. The map itself is a staple of modern design and it resembles a work of abstract art, which makes it a very original decorative idea.
Everyone is familiar with the character of Sherlock Holmes, the genius detective who debuted in the beloved novels by Arthur Conan Doyle. Younger generations are more likely to recognise the version of the detective from the hit TV series “Sherlock”. The adaptation made Holmes a real pop-cultural icon and the new wave of his popularity also increased people’s interest in the UK capital. If your children have also become enraptured with the adventures of Sherlock Holmes, they will definitely enjoy a poster with London as a decoration for their rooms. Complete the décor of your modern interior with a vast cityscape of infinite possibilities with the modern skeleton of London Eye and the Palace of Westminster or the soaring Big Ben tower in the background. Our rich collection of designs also includes London double-decker bus posters, which are a perfect option for any monochromatic interior that needs a tiny splash of colour to feel more interesting. And if the young adult in your household enjoys original designs and stylish decorations, the London underground poster on a wall will definitely capture their imagination.
London-inspired decorations are a great way to decorate a child’s room. We offer beautiful designs with the most recognisable symbols of the city in the form of colourful graphics and cartoons. Children can enjoy the popular red phonebooths, the giant face of Big Ben or the Queen’s Guards in their characteristic uniforms. The UK flag in itself can be a wonderful decorative accent. A London poster with a blue-red-white colour scheme can quickly liven up any interior and make it feel more cheerful. You can also complete the look of your London-style décor with a few wall stickers.
English is the lingua franca of the world – the language that enables communication across geographic and cultural barriers. However, despite its undeniable importance, children often struggle with learning the complicated grammatical rules and difficult vocabulary. In order to make the process more fun and encourage kids to study the secrets of the language, you can decorate the classrooms with English posters about London. The colourful decorations are pleasing to the eye and new vocabulary is accompanied by funny pictures, which makes it easier to commit to memory.