After working on my AMD project and spending all this time at home, I felt like I needed some new scenery and a little makeover for my interior pieces. Seeing as I just can’t leave Berlin right now, I thought why not spruce up my apartment a little bit in order to feel better? Luckily Desenio asked me to team up again and I think it was meant to be.
Their section of posters is incredible and there are always tons of pieces I would love to get but simply don’t have enough space in my 33m2 shoebox. Still, I managed to pick a few new great pieces such as the “Positano” poster which I fell in love immediately. It was drawn by the Swedish artist Eitil Thorén Due and looks so feminine yet strong and also a little bit fashion inspired which I obvoiusly like 😉 I paired it with the “Succulent“, where the name actually says it all. The colors were what brought it to my attention; as you can see in the photos I mainly focus on white, grey and dark wood but with some fun twists in pink or rosé. Seeing as I have a tiny bathroom I only picked one poster that resonates with the sorroundings: the smudge grey poster which I hung up with a small wooden clip which is perfect for the bathroom seeing as an actual frame might make overwhelm my small space. I was very happy and excited when I saw that Desenio offers different versions of how to hang up your posters which is so important as frames can be a bit too much sometimes.
Of course I also spoiled my two favorite people in Berlin too: head over to my Instagram channel to have a look at what I got my boyfriend in order to make his apartment look nicer as well as my best friend Sarah who already has a big collection of posters and frames but was still missing this one piece. It’s my favorite thing about blogging, sharing it with other people and making them happy, which is why I am excited to provide you with a code to get a little discount yourself. Use the code “CARMENWO” and you get 25% off posters between 20th and 22nd of March. Just make sure the code is not valid for handpicked posters and frames but simply follow @desenio for more information and of course inspiration!
This post was in cooperation with DESENIO as I got the posters for free. Still, the expressed opinions are solely mine.