This post is sponsored by Photowall. I was provided a canvas in exchange for my review.
I was thrilled when Photowall contacted me to try out their new canvas printing services. Being a photographer and always in need of getting more of my work from digital to real life mediums, I couldn’t have been more excited.
Photowall is a Swedish company that customizes in high quality art prints as well as printing your own uploads onto canvases.
I ordered a 30 x 40 cm canvas of this image of mine.
I ordered it on a Tuesday and received it on a Friday. I was so impressed with the shipping time (they use DHL) and that they ship ANYWHERE in the world!
The canvas arrived rolled up with the frame disassembled. It was really easy to put together. I just had to screw the frame together, peel an adhesive backing off the sides of the frame and stretch and press the canvas onto it. No staples or anything and I didn’t even need a screw driver.
I’d originally planned to hang this downstairs as the finishing touch for our island inspired guest room.
I already had some nails in place for a different canvas in my mini office upstairs, so I just quickly switched it out to see what it looked like there.
I like it here so much, I don’t think I’ll be moving it though! I love it because now I can have the beach in front of me any time. And it matches my pineapple lamp 😉
The quality is just impeccable. The colors match exactly and the detail is so crisp. I am beyond impressed!
Besides printing your own art or family photos, Photowall offers a lot of their own art prints. I particularly liked a lot from their landscape section, like this “paradise” one.
From shipping speed, ease of use of uploading my own photo, and the very high quality, I can’t recommend Photowall enough. I will absolutely use them again in the future.
And now a little something for you…
If you’re interested in ordering from Photowall, use the code photowallmelissacampaign2017 for 25% off all orders now through December 2017.
Questions for You:
- When is the last time you printed family photos or updated the art in your home?
- If you could have a canvas of anything, what would it be?