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Decoration ideas for travel lovers

Decoration ideas for travel lovers

The lovers of the trips can enjoy a decoration totally adapted to their traveling passion. If you like to travel the world, to know cities and new cultures you will like, also, that this is reflected in your home.

Today we are going to see some ideas to introduce elements related to travel in the decoration of your home. You dare? Then stay tuned and discover how to do it.

Decoration ideas for travel lovers
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Decorate with maps

The decor maps I love it. I already told you about it in a previous post and, of course, had to be in this collection of decorative proposals for inveterate travelers.

You can put it in a frame, in a whole wall with a wallpaper, in some cushion patterns or even in the doormat of your house, for example. And you can also play with the style of the map: colorful, vintage , minimalist, with great detail ….

City plans

Another option that I like very much is to use a sheet that corresponds to the plane of a city. There are companies that are dedicated to creating these cool pictures that can help you every day you see those streets that you traveled on your favorite trip. There are also different design alternatives.

Decoration ideas for travel lovers
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World balls

A classic in decoration for travelers. A ball of the world symbolizes the illusion we feel every time we spin it and dream of our next destination. You can choose one with vintage style , one of colors like those we used in school, which is larger or smaller … You can put it on a shelf, on top of some travel books, in the hall of your house … Again, many options to choose from.

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Photographs of our trips

Surely during your travels you have taken pictures to remember those corners that you liked the most. Print several of them and create a nice collage on the wall, for example. You can choose a representative of each of your trips and hang them together without a frame, make some DIY accessory to be able to hold them in an original and decorative way …

The suitcases

The old suitcases are very decorative. You can place several of them together to design a nice night table, for example, or an auxiliary table for any corner of the room or for the hall. You can also use only one and leave it at the entrance of your house, or on top of a closet.

Decoration ideas for travel lovers
Image Source: Google Image

Airport posters

The posters and posters allow you many options since you will find very varied designs alluding to cities, countries, traditions … Look at these I teach you. They simulate the panels of an airport and they will be very cool in your house. In addition, you can choose the style since, as you can see, you will find them in different materials and styles.

Objects brought from visited destinations

If you like to bring a souvenir of each destination you visit, you will be able to use it as a decorative element. I mean not so much to fill the house with little souvenirs that you do not know well where to put but rather to bring some decorative object representative of the place visited.

As I have told you before, when I return from an international trip I buy the newspaper for that day back at the airport . Then, I frame it and place it on some bookshelf or on the floor. I have them supported, not hung up.

Another idea may be to frame the tickets, tickets or tickets that you are collecting during the trip.

License plates

The license plates are also very decorative. You can place several of them on a wall of your house, for example. They are colorful and remind us of all the miles that we may still have to travel.


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Henry Doe is a seasoned DIY enthusiast and home improvement, blogger. With over 10 years of experience in renovating his own home, he has honed his skills in carpentry, plumbing, and electrical work. Henry's passion for creating beautiful and functional living spaces has led him to share his knowledge and experiences with his readers through his blog, "Home Sweet Home DIY." His goal is to inspire and empower homeowners to tackle their own home projects, big or small. When he's not hammering and sawing, you can find Henry hiking in the mountains or sipping on a latte at his local coffee shop.