14 Posters Every '90s Girl Remembers Having In Her Bedroom

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Decorating your space was one of the most important things you could do as a teenager. Picking out the right collection of decor to express your personality was very important. After all this was the only space away from your parents that you had full control over.

So what was on your walls? I bet at least some of these 14 posters made the cut.

1. Backstreet Boys

Nick Carter, AJ McLean, Howie D., Kevin Richardson and Brian Littrell made up one of the best boys in the 90s. Guaranteed if you were a girl in this decade, these boys were EVERYWHERE that you could possibly put their picture.

2. Spice Girls

If you watched Spice World until the VHS tape wore out, you know you were a big Spice Girls fan. It was only appropriate to have their poster in your room. Girl Power!

3. N'Sync

Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Lance Bass, Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick launched N'Sync in 1995 and from then our teenage years were never the same. These boys were in every magazine, locker and girls bedroom over the next ten years.

4. Buffy The Vampire Slayer

Whether you wanted to kick ass like Buffy or have Angel as your boyfriend, you definitely had this show posted up on your bedroom walls. Whether it was just David Boreanaz or the whole "Scooby gang" this was key pop culture of the 90s.

5. Usher

We have a confession to make, Usher was definitely on our bedroom wall in the 90s. Well, maybe it isn't a secret, because well, look at him!

6. Dawson's Creek

Did you always envy Joey and Dawson's relationship? Maybe you were an aspiring film maker also? Or maybe you just had a crush on Pacey. Whatever your reasons were, a Dawson's Creek poster was part of the essential bedroom decor.

7. Freddie Prinze Jr.

The was our original Prince Charming, so of course he was on our wall!

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