I’ve finally hit the “we need to change up everything in the house” mode of quarantine. And I don’t hate it. We have a ton of fun projects coming up at Casa de Chambers over the next few weeks – get excited. First up, my office. I still have a few things en route but my gallery wall is officially complete thanks to my friends at Poster Store. They hooked a girl up with some chic AF abstract posters and I am seriously obsessed.
SHOP MY GALLERY WALL
Female line art poster | abstract brush art poster | brush strokes poster | figure poster | black frames
Sizing: I went with the 19.7” x 27.6” posters and the 19.7” x 27.6” black wood frames
I can’t wait to share my the updated office reveal but if I’m being honest, these posters gave the room a much needed refresh. They’re modern, feminine and just really freaking cool to look at.
Before coming across Poster Store, I wasn’t really sure what I wanted to do with that wall. When we first moved in, I sorta just hung up everything I bought with no plan in mind. And it turned out “okay” but if I’m being honest, I haven’t really loved it. It always felt just “off” to me and a little all over the place. Lucky for me, Poster Store has a ton of beautiful options for every design style – and the best part? Their posters and frames are really affordable so you can give any space in your home an update without totally breaking the bank.
They have a huge poster selection of different themes & categories and release a new poster collection every Tuesday. The unique collection of prints helps you create your own gallery wall tailor-made for your home – they even have a feature on the site with different ideas and poster pairings if you get stuck like I did. And did I mention all of their posters are printed on sustainably produced high-quality paper? Yeah, what are you waiting for?
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I’ve been obsessed with line art recently. I like how you chose pieces that were different yet complimentary.
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