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One of my favorite ways to make our house feel more like home is displaying our family photos throughout our spaces in beautiful ways.
We recently took our annual family photos and I knew immediately upon receiving them that I wanted to hang some of the favorites in our home. I turned to Photowall for three large canvas prints, because I have ordered from them before and know the prints are high-quality and the shipping is quick.
Photowall is a Swedish wall-art company that also sells wallpaper, prints, wall murals and lots more. According to the website, Photowall’s wall murals and canvas prints are environmentally friendly as well as fire-retardant in accordance with Swedish standards and they do not fade in sunlight. The colors and details came out so nicely in this canvas. I am impressed this time around as well.
I ordered this gorgeous photo of my family with the Chicago skyline in the background taken by Abigail Joyce Photography. It hang above our stairs in a previously blank space. I can’t wait to paint this area and add more canvas prints on the adjacent wall.
For my office, I wanted a canvas print of my daughters. I chose another image from our session with Abigail of them hugging in such an adorable way.
My hallway needed a photo upgrade as well. We previously had two old canvas prints from another company that didn’t really show the details in the images. The quality was not as good as Photowall’s products. We replaced them with a large image of our family on the beach. It makes me happy to see this photo when I walk into my office every day.
Once I placed my order at Photowall I received my custom canvases in just five days! It comes in a slim box and was already assembled. I chose to have the image wrapped around the edges vs. white edges. I also prefer no frame.
If you’d like to learn how to install a wall mural from Photowall, watch this video: