From movies and the car of your dreams to your favourite football team, everyone has unique taste when it comes to sticking pictures on their wall. If you can’t find posters of your choice in the market, you can always search for pictures on the internet and then get them printed on glossy paper. This is the easiest and most efficient way to personalise your wall.
Always wanted a tattoo but worried about regretting it a few years down the line? Getting a personalised decal painted on your wall looks great and can be removed when you’re bored of it. Don’t worry about not being able to draw and paint. As long as it’s your own design, it doesn’t matter whether it is aesthetically pleasing to others.
3. Book shelves
Gone are the plain planks of plywood that you used as bookshelves. There are a lot of quirky and fun designs in the market that you can use as book shelves. We recommend you browse and look for a design that you connect with.
4. Quote it
From insightful quotes to funnier ones. All of us identify with a few quotes and what better way to make the wall your own than by sticking on a sentence or phrase that you connect with. You can even hang up a set of your own inspirational quotes.
5. Personalised art
Unlike with posters and quotes, this can really help you personalise your wall. From pencil sketches to paintings, you can get a piece of art done that you identify with. You can also use doodles and paintings that you drew in school but have now forgotten.
— Dev Goswami