posters on the wall

astro-iva  asked:

Hiii I want to make my room cozy but idk how. Any suggestions? Max budget is like $30 😬

  • Decorate with neutral shades and patterns - creams, grays, white, and pastels
  • An inviting and comfortable bed is essential. You can find cheap throw pillows and fluffy blankets at your local thrift store
  • Soft, warm lighting - fairy lights
  • Antique items (picture frames, lamps, figureines, etc) give your bedroom a cozy and nostalgic feel
  • You don’t have to spend a lot of money on new decorations. You can repurpose old items 

Some pictures:

Good luck!

Guess what?? I made a new poster!

Toshinori Yagi (All Might) from My Hero Academia

As silly as it is to some people, hearing All Might say this phrase (or thinking of him saying it) has actually inspired me on numerous occasions–there’s something so genuinely soothing and grounding about it that it cancels out the noise and brings everything into focus. I don’t know if anyone else feels the same, but that strength in front of adversity is what I wanted to capture here.

Despite everything–his failing body, the fear inside of his heart–he is here, protecting you. It’s an immense burden, one that he takes on willingly for your sake and everyone elses. He is the Symbol of Peace! And I respect and love his character so much for it.

I’m very happy with how this came out, it’s been a long time since I’ve been able to draw something with such meaning behind it. I hope you’ll like it too! I’m making it a print for a con next week and will have them on Etsy shortly after.

‘Le passe-muraille’ a.k.a. ‘Mr. Peek-a-Boo- Felix Labisse illustration detail from the French movie poster for the film, Le Passe Muraille, 1951, directed by Jean Boyer.

A civil servant who can walk through the walls falls in love with a girl and pretends to be a thief. Arrested, he manages to escape, confesses his love and discovers he has lost his gift.

themadsovereign  asked:

Suggestions for large, cosy bedrooms

• Warm tones, neutral colors (whites, tans, reds, and oranges)

• Lots of pillows, blankets, throw rugs

• If you have space, a seating area with with comfortable chairs will make things more cozy

• Natural textures (Stone, wood)

• Long, flowy curtains