Mother and child print

You can never have enough art or flowers in your home as far as I’m concerned. It’s what my mother taught me and nobody argues with my mother ;).

Both here in our apartment in Windsor and in the house our tenants are living in back in Yorkshire, you’ll find our walls adorned with originals by friends and peers alongside a multitude of prints and framed posters amongst vases of faux flowers and pots of houseplants.

While this apartment is our temporary home until we buy a house nearby, each piece of wall art, and item of furniture for that matter, has been carefully considered so it works in this space but also in any future space, too.

I’ve shared our home in Windsor lately in the Metro and was touched by all your kind comments on my home decor. I’ve purposefully kept things clean, modern, functional and minimalist so the furniture can adapt to either a modern or period home depending on what we buy, letting the art and flowers make a colour statement.

This is why I’ve chosen these much loved classic, vibrant and bold pieces c/o Posterlounge for our lounge and bedrooms.

PosterLounge prints Posterlounge framed prints

I opted for large prints in black frames either at 70 x 90 cm or 70 x 100 cm but there are lots of options when it comes to sizes, frames and material, allowing you to choose whether you would like your pieces as a wall sticker or a print on canvas, aluminum, foam, wood and more.

Beautifully made and of the highest quality, these are prints and frames made to last.

I selected Lady and a Fan and Mother and Child both by Gustav Klimt and Water Lilies by Claude Monet (one of the first paintings I ever recreated at school many moons ago and the piece that began a lifelong love affair with art).

You’ll often find me on the sofa once the kids are asleep, candle lit, Classic FM on, staring into the pieces, losing myself in the swirls of the brush strokes. It’s my meditation.

…The world map for children (which comes in English too) is a foam print so makes for a safe option for a child’s bedroom as you forgo the glass and being foam it won’t cause pain if it falls etc.

Foam world map by PosterLounge

The map is in German to encourage to help my boys as they’ve embarked on French and German lessons and makes for an engaging and educational addition to their room. I was in the midst of a clothes’ sort-out in their room when we took the photos so you can see the map here, propped up on the sofa in the lounge as they guessed the country names.

children look at a map

This post has certainly inspired me to pick up a paintbrush myself again, my first love, and something I rarely do these days. I even exhibited long ago.

Thank you for the beautiful pieces Posterlounge and the inspiration to start painting again.

Excitingly, you can win £100 to spend on Posterlounge.

Ends 27th Feb 2019.

Europe only.

If the winner does not respond within 7 days of the email being sent, a new winner will be randomly selected.

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152 Responses

  1. Orange23

    I’d love to brighten up my living room, I’d probably buy an animal print such as acrylic print- sleeping koala. Posterlounge has so much choice, so it would be difficult to decide!

  2. Ali Fanstone

    We were made unintentionally homeless late last year, and had to sell most of our belongings whilst we lived in our camper van, We now have a lovely new home and if we won this, we could buy a beautiful picture to hang and start collecting again

  3. MichelleD

    I would love to win some new prints for our new house, I love the original and interesting designs!

  4. Claire Nutman

    Bit of a sad one, but i had lovely white frames above my bed, with black and white prints of my Greek wedding, he cheated and i left him, and ive had a blank wall for the last year, i want to replace the white frames with some new prints, and this would be so perfect, so thats why i would love to win, fingers crossed x

  5. Rachel hockley

    Wow Id be delighted to win this !! thanks for the amazing opportunity xx

  6. Nadia Josephine

    I am a real film buff so I would love some film posters for our living room to brighten it up and bring it a little of my personality! However if I won I think I might use it to buy my mum a Van Gogh poster or an art print as she loves art and it would make a great gift! Would be lovely to make her smile

  7. Charlotte Carter-Dunn

    I’d like to win because my boyfriend and I want to move in together later this year and poster lounge products would make it more personal to us.

  8. Anya Sargent

    My best friend Dulcie is very artistic and original person. She is bedbound with injured ankle for few months now. Would love to cheer her up. It would definitely put a smile on her face. 🙂 😍🍀❤️🤞🎉❤️❤️🍀😍😍❤️🤞🎉❤️🍀😍😍🍀🤞🎉❤️🍀😍😍🤞🍀🍀🤞❤️🍀😍🤞❤️😍🤞🤞🍀😍🤞❤️🍀

  9. judy kennedy

    The girl Amalia Bärnwick with stolen earring
    by Theresa Franziska Jänisch

  10. billy

    If i won i would get some of the gaming prints and film prints, as well as some more abstract art for our entrance hallway

  11. Tammy Tudor

    I would love to win a beautiful print for my bedroom as it need brightening up

  12. Kerry Kilmister

    I would love to buy some fun, educational posters for both of my girls bedrooms

  13. Fiona Rennie

    I would love to win so I can get myself some lovely prints for my bedroom

  14. Victoria n

    I’d love to win a poster that is Japanese themed to reflect my love of Japan

  15. Eva Appleby

    Thank you for the opportunity to win some fabulous pictures. l would love for my bedroom l just decorated. xx

  16. Jules Eley

    I would love to win to give my house more personality and make it feel more like mine.

  17. Ruth Harwood

    I need to refresh my bedroom, and a wonderful large poster would finish it off nicely, making it the warm hideaway I want! x

  18. katrina walsh

    My daughter has just bought her first home – she has quirky taste so im sure she would find loads of goodies here to match her tastes. Anything with a Japanese theme would be nice

  19. Lucy

    I have just bought a new flat so I would buy a few posters to fill the walls a bit!

  20. Lisa Wilkinson

    We are currently decorating our hallway and I’d love some Japanese-style prints

  21. Hannah Scuffham

    I’ve only got one picture up in my house so I’d love to buy some pretty prints!

  22. Andrea Smith

    I’d love to win for my son who enjoys decorating his bedroom with posters of art. If I won I would let him choose the prints he’d like.

  23. sue leake

    I would love the opportunity to spend £100 on choosing prints for my daughter in laws new home which is very bare at the moment

  24. Chloe Bates

    We’ve recently refurbed our bathroom which has taken forever so i’d love some cool art to add some colour!

  25. Carole Nott

    I would love to hang a new print in my hallway – a woodland scene or something similar would look good

  26. Margaret Davidson

    I would love to get a huge copy of the print Medee by Alfons Mucha – it is so striking and a fantastic strong complex female in literature. I’ve been eying it up for ages but can’t currently afford, but I’d love to see it every day when I walked in the door.

  27. Rachel Mccraith

    I’d get some wildlife posters. There’s a gorgeous highland cattle one I’ve fallen in love with!


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