*Disclaimer: Photowall provided me with a free product in exchange for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Recently, Photowall reached out to me with an offer I could not refuse. They offered to send me a free wall mural or canvas print in exchange for a review on my blog, and a 20% off offer for my readers.
Of course, I jumped at this opportunity, and knew exactly where I would like a canvas print to go.
Choosing the Print
Without a doubt, the most difficult part of my experience with Photowall was narrowing it down to one print. As you browse their website, you can see that there are hundreds of options, in several different categories, such as: animals, art, landscapes, cities, people, etc. You can also have your own picture (such as a family picture) sent in and turned into a canvas.
Eventually, I narrowed my categories down, and chose my three favorite prints. Then I sent my top 3 to my husband, and let him decide on the final one. In the end, we chose “Poppy Tides” by Hilary Mayes.
Other Favorite Prints
Wall Murals For the Kids
My two toddlers’ bedroom has a nautical theme. Photowall has lots of nautical-inspired wall murals that would brighten up my kids’(or any child’s) room.
My 9-year old stepdaughter is into cats of all kinds, and this Wild Cats wall mural would be perfect for her bedroom.
Order and Delivery Experience
If you are ordering from the U.S.A (like me), then you will order from the U.S. Photowall site.
One thing that is great about Photowall, is that you can customize the size of your canvas print or wall mural to fit the space where you would like your print or mural to go. Before I even decided on the print I wanted, I had my husband measure the area above our fireplace, where we wanted our canvas print to hang.
We chose a canvas print that was 4 feet wide by 2 feet high, or ~120cm x 60cm. Note that you will need to convert your units to either cm or inches to order your print.
If you are ordering a canvas print, I highly recommend ordering it with the DIY frame.
Delivery Was a Breeze
I ordered my canvas print on a Tuesday afternoon, and it was delivered to my house (shipping all the way from Sweden!) by Friday morning. To say that I was impressed with the delivery speed would be an understatement.
DIY Canvas Frame Experience
My canvas print arrived rolled up (in order to prevent damage during delivery). The box also contained the DIY frame instructions and all the pieces needed to assemble the canvas print frame. There were 4 wooden frame sections, 4 corner plates, 16 screws, as well as a hanging solution with screws to attach our canvas to the wall.
The assembly instructions walk you through the framing process. I had my husband’s help, but honestly, the process was so simple that I could have done it by myself. The main thing you need is a flat surface where you can lay your canvas print down facedown while you attach the wooden frame sections.
Why Photowall Makes Me Smile
Every time I look at my canvas print, it makes me smile. It brightens up our living room, and the formerly blank space above our fireplace. The beach reminds me of my family’s love of the ocean and beach vacations. The Poppy flowers are pretty and highlight the red in our red brick fireplace.
Get Your Own Canvas Print or Wall Mural
Just type this code into the “enter discount code” section as you are checking out.
Note: this code is valid until March 31st, 2018!
What do you think of my family’s new canvas print? What type of canvas print or wall mural would you like in your home?