After a memorable vacation, whether it was your honeymoon or a family road trip, the last thing you want to do is forget about all of the beautiful sights you saw and the great times you had. Rather than leaving all of your fond memories in a photo album, incorporate them into your interior design. Here are three ways you can bring your vacation home with you so you can fondly look back every day of the week.
Rather than remembering just one vacation, why not remember them all? If you’ve collected postcards from previous vacations, use them to make a collage you can hang on the wall. Not only is a postcard collage a great way to remember your favorite trips, but it also brings an interesting element to your space.
Don’t stuff all of your travel souvenirs in a box. Display them instead on dressers, bookshelves and tables. Souvenirs make great conversation starters, and when guests ask about your unique decor you’ll have the chance to tell them all about your exciting adventures.
You can choose a couple of your favorite pictures and put them in frames, but why not go a step further and blow one up to hang on the wall? Creating your own mural is a simple process and gives you the chance to turn beautiful landscapes and city skylines into art.
Your vacation might have lasted only one or two weeks, but you’ll hold onto those memories for years. Help yourself remember each moment by turning your souvenirs and pictures into decor. These three tips will help get you started.