Custom Décor: Roller Poster
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- December 26, 2014
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We all love movies… and we all love plastering our walls with our favorite movie posters. So why not just take the idea a reel further and spread the poster on your roller blind to add some star studded attraction to your décor?
Here are five movie posters that we think would make for an Oscar winning window blind.
This 1984 sci-fi comedy flick is sure to bring back a lot of fond memories… if you’re obviously of that generation that is. But the poster is… well we wouldn’t say evergreen… but definitely an all-time classic and would make for a great roller blind for a bedroom… no age limits. The simple use of basic hues make it ideal if you’re going for a simplistic theme. And of course… you know who ya gonna call for this job!
Oh yes she is… ahem ahem… As exotic and sensual, this poster is quite a work of art in itself. But don’t waste this navel beauty… ooops… we mean American beauty on just any random window, save it for that one picture perfect spot for a rather bold and beautiful statement. Though some may still never be able to comprehend this tale of the disfunctionality of the average American family, we think this movie poster is absolutely aesthetically functional.
Not just another classic from the 1980s, but another poster that says ‘wow!’ here’s another poster that would be just fab for bedrooms. Now now… there’s no need to get weirded out… we all have had that one imaginary friend in our childhood; except this young boy found an alien… okay whatever never mind! But this poster is as digitally appealing as it is extra terrestrially spooky. And some glow in the dark effects would make it even better.
Okay… so we all love Hollywood celebs all over our walls so why not do it the right way? Hot men, haute couture and haute décor… this poster has gangster written all over it. And a roller would be a total lady killer for a bachelor’s space – or an office that means business! It’s like that good looking family portrait you always wanted to have. Though you might want to edit the dead man down there… that just might end up killing it for your décor.
The Silence Of The Lambs
Probably the only thing psychotic enough to beat Norman Bates is this 1991 thriller. But this movie poster is nothing short of the term ‘modern art.’ We’re still trying to figure out whether that’s actually a woman or a lamb. And the butterfly just adds a lot more to the mystique and beauty of this illustration. Anyway, let that bit on Hannibal Lecter to figure out – you break your silence and give us a shout out to roll this up on your blind.
By the way… what’s your favorite movie?