Inside: Posters for Teenage rooms to redecorate with decor you’ll love to look at.
Honestly, one of the best parts about decorating your room is to be able to be surrounded by decor that reflects your personality. Your bedroom is your home base, your little safe haven, and a space to just be purely you. So naturally, you want to squeeze as much of yourself into that space as you can.
Obviously, the rest of your home is your space too, but as a teen, you don’t have much say in terms of decor. So it’s extra nice to have a space where you get creative freedom!
There are so many different ways you can decorate your room. You can have a color scheme, vibrant bedding, comfy cool chairs, a reading nook…you name it. One thing that I believe is an absolute must when creating your own themed room, is posters!
Posters are one of the coolest forms of decor because they come in such a wide variety. Literally, anything that you are interested in, there is a poster for it. They are larger than just regular photos, so they take up more space on your wall. You can have as many as you like, some people fill entire walls, top to bottom, with them.
They give you the opportunity to dedicate a portion of your space to your hobbies, your favorite bands, movies, people…the list goes on.
Having cool posters up can actually have an effect on your mental health as well, believe it or not. When you are staying in a space that feels cold, uninviting, and with no personality, it can take a toll on your mental health.
Taking a little time to put together a space that makes you excited to be in will really make a big difference in the long run.
Are you excited about posters yet? Well, you should be! If you don’t know where to start, don’t worry…because you already have. In this article, I’ve compiled a list of over 27 of the cutest and coolest posters that were MEANT to be on your wall. This will help to get you looking around and figuring out what you like.
It can be daunting to start trying to look through posters when there are so many on the internet, but that’s why I made a shortened list of the best ones. So take a look and whatever you feel fits you and your space the best, add to the cart. Posters are a great form of decor because they are easily replaceable.
They also aren’t too hard on your pockets either, which I know as a teen can mean a lot. Check them out!
Cool Posters for Teens
There are so many different styles of posters that you have at your fingertips. It’s important to pick the ones that feel like they reflect you the most. Think about your favorite musicians, movies, games, and sports players…take a minute to reflect on what makes you the happiest.
You are going to see this poster every single day so choosing something you are passionate about will only bring more joy and happiness into your daily life.
1. Hypebeast Sneaker Poster
2. Wall Collage Kit
3. 3 Pc Purple Vintage Poster
4.Pink Floyd Music Poster
5. Kobe Bryant Quote
6. Alexander Hamilton Decor
7. Inspirational Decor Posters
8 6 Pc Astronaut Set
9. Smiley Face Poster
Posters for A Teen Girl’s Room
As a girl, we have so many awesome posters to choose from. I love a more floral look, perhaps something with a motivational quote even. That way when you see it every day, you really gain something from it. In my house, I have a little poster by my mirror that says, “You’re purrrfect just the way you are.” with a little kitten photo.
It always makes me laugh and although it sounds unbelievably cheese, it has really made a difference!
Motivational quotes really do work. So take a look at these, number 11 is my favorite.
10. Indie Sneaker Posters
11. Cute Chamomile Poster
12. Mindset Is Everything
13. What if I fall? Quote
14. Retro Flower Painting
15. Ballerina Decor
16. Vintage Movie Posters
17. Solar System Poster
18. Ombre Color Art
Posters for Teenage Guy’s Room
Boys, boys, boys. You also have so many cool posters to choose from! Think about your hobbies and what kinds of things you like to spend your time on, and have your posters reflect that. I obviously had to include some cool posters about video games, cars, and basketball.
Not that all boys like these kinds of stereotypical boy things, but a lot of the teens in my family do…so it was a safe bet. I also included some cool art, and some movie posters as well, so there is bound to be something that will fit your room.
19. Video Game Decor
20. Canvas Monkey Street Art
21. 5 Pc Basketball Posters
22. Gaming Zone Poster
23. Dill With It Pickle Poster
24. Playstation Abstract Art
25. Car Posters
26. Marvel Posters
27. Star Wars Posters
I hope you have found at least one poster that will be a great addition to your room. I have, and I’m not even a teen anymore!
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27+ COOL ART SUPPLIES FOR TEENS NEXT BIG PROJECT – If you are more of an artistic person, and couldn’t find anything on this list that you liked, then take a look at this list of over 27 of the coolest art supplies that you can use for creating your own poster. That’s right, that is an option. You can totally make your own! Honestly, creating your own decor is a next-level way to amp up your space. You will get to feel extra proud of what you’ve created and you can show it off to anyone who comes over. Take a look!
8 THINGS YOU SHOULD STOP DOING FOR YOUR TEENAGER – This might seem a little off topic, but if your teen is old enough to decorate their room, it may be time to start transitioning some of the roles that you’ve been playing in their life. It can be hard, but it is really important to let them start to figure out some of the day-to-day tasks that make up adult life, like cooking and laundry, that way they are better suited when the time comes for them to move and be on their own. So check out this article about 8 things you should stop doing for your teen to get started!
HOW TO WRITE YOUR SENIOR QUOTE + IDEAS – Senior year may be coming up for you, and so it may be time to start thinking of what you are going to put down for your senior quote. For those of you who don’t know what a senior quote is, it’s the last little memento you leave for the classes that will come after you. It goes under your senior photo in the yearbook. There are so many different routes you could go when writing it. You could be serious, funny, sad, whatever you are feeling. The point is to try and sum up your high school experience in one or two sentences. It may sound hard but I know that you can do it! After all…squeezing 4 years into one quote cant be TOO hard…right?