April 28, 2020

Decorating Your Space with Photowall

The following post is in collaboration with Photowall, a Swedish wall art company. I was given the product to try. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Something that's interesting about moving often: I'm never sure what to do with wall space. If we can't paint walls in rentals and if we have big, blank walls to decorate in any given house, I want the place to feel home-y but don't want to invest a lot of time or energy because it's all temporary.

This is especially true in what I buy to go on the walls in the first place. It has to be neutral enough to fit in different houses or in different rooms. Sometimes a large picture that was in the office in one house, goes in the dining room in the next house. Repurposing artwork becomes an undertaking when you're settling into a new place; I can never get attached to any one arrangement or set-up.

This means I'm always looking for something else to go on the walls. Even if I don't have a great place for it in our current home, I may in the next one, wherever and whenever that may be.

Enter Photowall

When I heard about this company, it was immediately a product I wanted to learn more about; I always have a use for a picture to hang on the wall. Especially if I can browse a huge selection of prints online and have it delivered to my door. 

Photowall has canvas prints, posters, wall murals, and wallpaper. Yes, wallpaper

Since I wanted art that I could easily transport to our next home (and, let's face it, the home after that), I chose a canvas print. I knew I wanted a nature scene and a picture with neutral colors. The birch trees with yellow leaves reminded me of many of our previous homes out west, but ultimately blues and greens fit better with the rest of my wall art. 

I went with a copy of a Monet canvas. I was impressed with the high-quality of the canvas itself and the textured look.

After I ordered, a box showed up at my house within a few days, ready to be assembled.

Super fun fact: I had no idea it had to be assembled. Major facepalm moment, right? However, Scott made a video of how easy it was to put together...and it was simple!  You can find that here on his Youtube channel. It's quintessential DIY for us: him patiently explaining, me waiting for instructions since DIY isn't my expertise :) 

If you're interested in trying a Photowall product for your own home (or for a Mother's Day or Father's Day gift!), they are offering a special promo code for my readers from now until June 5th.

Use code kedarhowerpw2020 at the checkout for 25% off! You could even send it straight to your loved one's house if you're staying home and not visiting right now. It's the perfect way to treat yourself, your home, or give as a gift...since we're all spending so much time in our houses :)


  1. I would never have thought you would have to assemble either! Glad it was easy. This picture is really pretty, I like all the colors.

  2. Pretty but putting it together, ha! Never would have guessed!!


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