Retro style interiors are the latest trend. To perfect the style, vintage look fabrics are a must, and so is retro wall art. Posterlounge offers a wide selection of retro art prints that are ideal for adding the perfect finishing touch to rooms inspired by classic 20th century design trends. Retro posters are an easy way to immediately set the scene.
Retro style can actually be divided into several decades – mainly the 1950s, the 1960s and the 1970s. Furniture designers have recently started to revisit the classic designs from these periods and given them a modern twist. Display a striking accent piece together with retro posters for impact. The choice of retro art print subjects is sheer endless; particularly popular for 1950s inspired rooms are retro posters of cars or motorcycles of that time, for example. A groovy retro lounge might feature a striking geometric wallpaper design – don't be afraid of hanging retro posters that features similar or totally contrasting colours against it for an authentic look. The idea of carefully colour-coordinated interiors is actually quite a recent one! Vintage furniture from the 1970s looks fabulous together with a striking retro art print with a period touch, such as Mandy Reinmuth's "Retro Composing I".
Retro posters are usually bright and very lively – harking back to a time when the world grew more colourful after the bleak period of the mid-century war, and the popular culture that emerged in the next few decades. Retro posters never go out of fashion; their subjects are design classics that have inspired generations – which is also why retro art prints go so well with a wide range of interiors. They can look stunning displayed in groups of similar images or in a themed room.
Retro pictures make a clear statement and inject a real sense of fun into your home, whether you choose framed posters, canvas prints or UV printed images on long-lasting DIBOND®, FOREX® rigid foam board or glossy acrylic glass as your retro art print backing material. Thanks to the state-of-the-art printing techniques we use, none of the amazing graphic design details so typical for retro art prints are lost.