Personalize Your Home With Photowall

2018 is finally here and I also finally found an apartment to move in! So it was a perfect timing when Photowall asked me if I would like to work together with them.

I’ve always dreamed about decorating my first own home and I am so excited to do so with Photowall 😍!

I discovered my love for art and museum visits a few months ago and I’ve always wanted a big stylish painting in my house because it elevates your home in a stylish way.

Photowall is a Swedish brand and like every other Scandinavian brand, they have a fantastic style, it always looks so clean and chic.

I had the chance to select a canvas in their shop or upload one of my own pictures. There were so many options to choose from but I decided to print a picture of Ichiro Tsuruta, he is a Japanese artist and I fell in love with his paintings as soon as I saw them. So I uploaded several pictures of his designs, and what’s good about Photowall is, that they would tell you if the painting is too small to let it print in a certain size. I wanted to have one big stylish painting in my apartment so I had to try out which one would look best in the right size.

e order was easy and the delivery was also very fast, I thought the painting would came in a whole, but you have to put it together by yourself which shouldn’t be too difficult.

The frame was built up very fast but I recommend to do it with another person when it comes to stick the painting on to the frame. You really have to stretch the painting and attach it tight to the frame.

I am totally in love with my first picture for my new home and I can’t wait to hang it up on the wall! Right now I’m still busy packing my stuff and study for my final exams but I will update you as soon as possible ♥️

If you are also in the mood for a change in your home, I have a discount code for you guys until February 28th:

With “LASCampaign2018” you can get 20% on your order at Photowall! How about a cool wallpaper ?

Do you love interior design? Has your home paintings as well or do you prefer personal photowalls?