A few weeks ago, PHOTOWALL, a Sweden-based company which offers a huge selection of personalized wall art, asked if I’d be interested in reviewing one of their products. It was perfect timing, actually, as I had just purchased a “new” used leather couch on Facebook Marketplace.
I’m not going to lie, it took some time to peruse PHOTOWALL’S catalog as they offer thousands of motifs in 18 different categories. There’s something for everyone. PHOTOWALL offers framed prints, canvas prints, posters, and wall paper. You can also upload your own image and order it instantly. Canvas prints start at $44 and they offer free U.S. shipping. Mine arrived in just three days.
I chose “Still Evening” in canvas print. I wanted a print with a hint of blue and white, but also something that offers a “calm” to our environment.
I love this 39.37 x 27.56 print as it sets the mood for this room. As soon as I open the front door and glance at the canvas, I feel that sense of “calm”.
Here’s everything that comes with the print. The assembly is very easy.
I decided to build a frame for the canvas. Something simple, minimal, and super quick.
I used two 1×2 select pine boards for under $10 total, which I cut accordingly, and four corner braces for $2.54. Just straight cuts without fancy corners.
Since the frame was snug enough to hold the canvas in place, I didn’t need any extra fasteners. The four braces were enough. I did stain the frame with leftover Minwax’s Golden Oak wood stain.
You can get the same image as wallpaper. Isn’t this gorgeous?
And how sweet is this for a little girl’s room?
If you order any product between now and December 15, you can get 25% off with code mominmusiccity25. This would make such a fun and thoughtful Christmas present.
***I received a free canvas in exchange for an honest review. Opinions are all mine.***
PaulNovember 15, 2020
Wow! I’m reviewing the huge selection of images and it is almost impossible to make a decision. There are so many to choose from! I’m also interested in using some of my own photos for canvas prints. Thanks for the info, Sabine.