When it comes to your home and putting your mark on things I think one of the quickest ways to express this is through art!
Back in my Uni days I had a huge loft room in this big three story house. It was so big I sectioned my room off to have a living space, sleep space and work space. One of the ways I decorated the sections was by using art prints (my degree was in design so I loved being surrounded by all things art). In my work space I would have prints that were inspiring, vibrant, energetic and made me want to create like this and this. My living space would have 60-70s and music inspired prints like this one.
Fast forward a few years and I'm still decorating my home with art prints! One thing I love to do is add art to unexpected spaces, our under stairs cupboard is our music hub. It's filled with guitars, amps and other weird and wonderful pieces of musical paraphernalia, we hung a huge Sonic Youth Goo poster in there and it adds a bit of fun to a typically unloved space. We also added them inside some cupboard doors and on the side of our fridge (clearly you can also add them in the traditional sense by hanging them on your walls). it's just another way to add your personality to a space if you have little wall space in certain rooms.
I'm also one of these people who likes to be seasonal, I love the ideas of switching up my prints to suit the seasons like this one for October or this over summer. This list is seriously endless and doesn't need to be expensive.
Lets be honest, tastes can change, room design can change, even homes can change, so what better way to jazz up a space?! King & McGaw have such a huge collection to suit every style, it's a great place to check out for art or inspiration.
What are the prints you have or would have in your home?
Did you see the amazing collection of Vogue archive prints? So cool seeing all the various print through out the eras