Posters for teenagers

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Posters for teenage rooms

All parents know that decorating a teenager’s room poses quite a challenge. It is because the bedroom needs to be functional but it also has to meet the expectations of its owner. Teenage room posters have to represent the taste and style of the young by showing their interests and hobbies. Such prints may also highlight the oncoming changes in a teenage life like being rebellious and independent, or even show the young attempts to define oneself. And whereas the youngest kids’ rooms tend to be painted in pastel colours and are full of cute teddy bears, teenagers prefer intense shades, expressive images and a convention play. Take the Always be yourself poster or Always Tea Time poster - thanks to their original form, the older teenagers will be happy to have them. Bimago offers hundreds of patterns and combinations which will help you arrange the teenage room from a to z.

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Posters for teenage girl or boy room

The best posters for a teenage room are the colourful, abstract prints, images inspired by murals or graffiti. Teenagers will also appreciate pictures representing their music taste. Reproductions of favourite albums like the Dark Side of the Moon, computer games like Skyrim or Spyro, or even remakes of famous artwork and film posters like the one inspired by Pulp Fiction will be absolute hits as well. Teenagers will also appreciate decorations with inspirational or bold mottos, interesting quotations or fragments of song lyrics.

Cool teenager posters

Bimago’s selection of teenager posters is a real mine of intriguing patterns and their endless alternatives. Among other things, there are classic photos, simple drafts, intricate graphics, comic-book fragments and street art pictures inspired by Banksy's images. In short, they are perfect for both boys and girls. In our offer, there is also a wide range of posters dedicated specially for boys or girls. For example, there are categories designed around inspirational slogans like “Girl power” or ones that refer to typically male or female activities and interests like football or fashion.