Recently my family of four and I moved into a new home. It was a much-needed transition for us and we are starting fresh. This of course means new furniture, new rugs, new wall art, new everything! The moment I walked into this house I knew I would be on the prowl for the next few months trying to curate the perfect design I’d always dreamed of for my living space. Somewhere cozy and welcoming, somewhere full of natural light and somewhere I could call my sanctuary after a long day of office politics and commuting.
If you follow me on Instagram, you know I love a good deal and honestly, I don’t have a ton of money to waste frivolously, so affordability is a top priority for me. As a result of many Google searches, I came across Photowall. Photowall is a Swedish company that provides environmentally friendly wall murals and canvas prints. Photowall has over 3,000 patterns and designs from designers all over the world. They really have something for everyone. In the alternative, if you’re as indecisive as I am and you spend your whole evening scrolling through all the artists and designers featured and you still can’t make your mind up, Photowall provides their customers with the option of uploading their own image! How cool is that? I know we all have some incredible pictures in our phones. Maybe you have pictures from when your baby was born that you just haven’t had time to get printed, because well, MOTHERHOOD. Or perhaps you’ve been blessed with a life that allows you to travel all over the world and you have some incredible pictures from a cruise you went on recently. Whatever the case may be, Photowall has you covered.
Canvas prints are 100% cotton, you choose the dimensions and whether or not you want a frame. Photowall offers a 29-mm thick DIY frame that is super simple to set up and allows for you to choose a black or white edge or to have the edge of your canvas match your print. If you go with a wall mural you have the option to choose your dimensions and whether you want the standard or premium non-woven material. Wall murals are delivered as numbered panels with wallpaper paste and hanging instructions. Photowall has a very responsive customer service department and offers easily accessed videos for making sure your wall mural is applied perfectly. So be daring and choose the wall mural. It will be a great conversation piece when your guests come this holiday season!
After going back in forth with myself I chose a Canvas print of “Starry Night” by Vincent van Gogh. I’ve always loved “Starry Night” and knew it would look perfect with my new living room furniture. Not to mention, my 7-year-old is driven by a motor and LITERALLY bounces off the walls, so I didn’t want to risk ruining a wall mural. Oh, the woes of being a #boymom! Anyway, in addition to the canvas print, I went with the DIY frame and chose for the edge of the canvas to wrap around for a seamless look.
Something else that impressed me when dealing with Photowall, was how FAST shipping was. I’m talking ‘Prime’ fast shipping! I placed my order on a Monday and received it on Wednesday of the same week! How can you beat that?!? Turnaround like that is also great if you need an affordable personalized gift in a hurry. Can you believe the holidays are right around the corner? Additionally, if you’re still hesitant to give Photowall a try, rest assured that they offer a 100% Guarantee on their products. If you’re not completely satisfied with how your print turned out, return it within 14 days for a full refund or an exchange.
I highly recommend giving Photowall a try, you won’t be disappointed. I am absolutely in love with how my print turned out and have received nothing but compliments from my guests. I had an excellent experience with the Photowall customer service department and most importantly, I appreciate their focus on environmental responsibility. Considering recent events and the path the future of our earth seems to be on, we need more companies like Photowall doing their part to effect change. A company that even acknowledges environmental responsibility in times like this, is a winner in my book.