When it comes to home styling, I like to keep it simple. As a Swede it doesn’t come as a surprise that I like minimalistic, Scandinavian design. I’ve previously shared a blog post showing my favourite corners of my home. Since, I have updated my interior decoration with a couple of posters. Like plants, I think posters, paintings, photographs or any wall art brings life to a home. I’m scared of putting anything on the walls as I live in a rented flat but placing framed posters in various sizes on tables, desks, or in bookshelves works equally as a well. A big positive with this is that you can change where you want to place the prints as many times as you want without leaving unwanted holes in the walls.
Wall Decor Ideas with Photowall
Photowall is a Swedish design brand which I’d never heard of until they reached out asking if I’d like to receive some of their posters* to decorate my home with. I took a quick look on their website and quickly made up my mind about which prints I wanted. They’re both so me!!! I chose one print which represents the Swede in me and one print which represents the Brit in me.
The bigger of the two (50x70cm) is the Root II print which show six different root vegetables in various shades of yellow, along with the Swedish names for them written out. Yes, a swede (kålrot) – how appropriate – is one of the vegetables pictured. The poster fits perfectly on my kitchen table, both in size and theme.
The smaller poster (20x30cm) is the Leeds Skyline print which is the city I live in. The only UK city I have lived in and (at the moment) can’t see myself move away from. It holds a special place in my heart and now also in my home. I have placed it on a shelf in my desk unit. It fits in nicely with the monochrome theme I have going on there.
Both these Photowall posters are available in different sizes and also as canvases. The Leeds skyline print also come as a wallpaper and like the prints, you can choose a variety of colours.
All posters have the option to be printed with a white border or none at all. I chose with for mine, to make sure the print itself wouldn’t get lost when framed. You can by the posters on their own or with a hanger for an extra cost. I chose mine to come without hangers as I mentioned earlier, don’t want to hang anything on my walls. I already had a black frame in the right size for the Root II poster and ordered a glass clip frame for the Leeds print. That was a good shout but in hindsight, I should have got this print without a border, to maximise the print.
I am very impressed with the finish of the Photowall posters. You can tell that it’s a really nice material of high quality. Worth the price which starts at 322 for a poster. I also really like that the prints have a matte finish, to avoid any reflectiveness which shows if you opt for the hangers.
What do you think to my prints? Have you ordered from Photowall before?
*PR samples. I was kindly sent these posters from Photowall in return for this blog post. All photos, words and views are as always my own – unless otherwise stated.