Bold Tuesday Review

A black and white poster titled find it world. That has a word search with different countries hidden

AD. This product was gifted but all views are my own.

Having art or posters on your walls in your home is a great way to improve your home décor and add your unique style to your home. Art, posters and canvas pieces do not have to cost a fortune to make your home beautiful. This is why I am sharing this review of my experience of working with Beyond Living. I was really excited after researching their website and exploring all the poster prints they have on offer.

I was gifted the Find The World Travel poster, which is awesome! This poster can be an interactive piece where if you wanted to you could highlight the places that you have travelled to. Or you could put it in a frame and have it as a print. I love that it is an interactive piece and when I was younger I would love to do word searches, so I really like the theme of this print. I am choosing to frame it on the wall, being in black and white I feel it will be a bold piece.

A black and white find it world poster print.

The piece came quickly in the post, which always makes me happy! I am so impatient when it comes to deliveries, I just want things instantly ha ha! It comes rolled securely in a cardboard tube wrapped in tissue paper, which is in a plastic packaging. So it all kept the poster clean and undamaged. The poster is made by sustainably sourced high-quality paper. When buying products or receiving products it is important to me to have sustainably sourced and eco-friendly, because I want to reduce my negative impact on the environment and the planet.

 

Kairi and Markus are designers from Tallinn, Estonia who created the Bold Tuesday brand. “Every travel map posters tells a unique story because you are the one who creates it”.

Bold Tuesday is a brand that Beyond Living are working with in the UK. Beyond Living have a range of posters by Bold Tuesday another favourite poster of mine is Go World Scratch and Peel Travel Poster and Find It London Travel Poster.

Beyond Living also have a range of other prints like Girl Power by Mina Prints, so bright and I love the colour pink. If you are looking for home décor items, I would recommend you visiting their website. They even have a sweet treats section – which all sound so yummy.

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If you are looking to decorate or renovate a place in your home poster prints are a great way to add colour and depth into your home. Whether you choose Beyond Living or another brand, you should purchase responsibly. 

What is your favourite Bold Tuesday print? What would you do with this interactive print? I’d love to hear in the comments.

 

19 thoughts on “Bold Tuesday Review

  1. This is such a great review Lauren! I love that the poster is also interactive and you can highlight places you have visited, it’s like a giant word search! I would spend ages just staring at this looking for new words if it was on my wall he he. This looks really bold and eyecatching, a really interesting print! Great post lovely! 💖 xx

    Bexa | http://www.hellobexa.com

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  2. That’s such a creative little poster, I love how it’s also kind of a word search too! Very unique. I can see myself procrastinating and trying to find all the places on that poster instead of finishing work haha 🙂

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  3. Pretty cool that you got to work with Beyond Living! This poster looks pretty cool! I like that it can be very engaging. As I type this, I already spotted Norway XD. Glad you enjoyed the poster! Thanks for sharing :).

    Nancy ♥ exquisitely.me

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