I hope you’re all well and getting into the holiday spirit. Today I’m going to talk about a rather long project, creating a feature wall in my living room with Photowall, Sweden.
What Is Photowall?
Conceptualized by Niklas and Charlie Johansson, Photowall is a company in Skarpnäck near Stockholm, Sweden. They digitally print canvas prints, wallpapers and even customize your wallpaper if you upload a photo.
Our Living Situation
So my husband and I moved into a furnished apartment in South Delhi, India when we got married back in 2018. While the only room we set up was our kitchen, the only part we invested in a bit was our walls. From lightboxes, an odd neon light, a canvas from our honeymoon in Bali got the attention of all our guests we’ve hosted over the past 18 months. From then on, we knew we needed another canvas for our empty wall that faces our dining table. I’d left it to our next travel but then I was approached by Team Photowall to try out any one product from their beautiful portfolio of canvas prints and wallpapers.
How Photowall Works
I spent hours going through their website: I honestly loved going through wallpapers as well as canvas prints. I found a couple of canvas prints that were absolutely exquisite but were in portrait. I finally decided I wanted to get Evening Light II.
Then I went on to measure the existing canvas on the other wall with the help of an inch tape and placed an order. If you live in the EU like Pragati, the shipping is free. If you live outside the EU (like me), shipping costs vary from 19-49 euros.
I have to say, the shipment and delivery were quite fast and I had it delivered to my apartment within 5 days of placing an order. Now, Photowall actually sends wooden brackets with pre-drilled corners but I actually gave mine to a neighborhood painting shop just because I am not confident in my DIY skills. However, my sister fixed it up on her own (you can read about it here) and she said it took less than 5 minutes!
The Final Look
And this is how our new Photowall canvas looks.
I feel like our living room has finally come together.
I hope you enjoyed this post and if you any more questions, please feel free to ask!
This post is in collaboration with Photowall Sweden.