Today’s post focuses on home style and inspiration. I was recently asked to collaborate with a Swedish wall-art company called Photowall. Those who follow me on Instagram and facebook will know that I am currently renovating a victorian minister’s house in North Wales and I have been documenting it on my instagram account @theoldmanseamlwch. Finding imagery for the walls has been one of the tricky jobs as I am quite picky and want things to be a certain way. I am aiming for old victorian styling with a contemporary twist. So this collaboration was perfect for me to explore some wall art ideas and choose something a bit different to what you would find in shops.
The website is really clear and easy to navigate. The imagery is clear and they offer hints and tips to help inspire you. There is a hug selection of images to choose, and this was probably the hardest part for me as it was so hard to pick one. You can also use your own images for wall paper or prints which is a great idea. They have wall papers, wall-murals, canvas prints and posters.
I chose a very modern graphic/fine art style framed print. It reminded me of one of my favourite artists Jean-Michel Basquiat who was a Neo-Expressionist painter in the 1980s. Once I chose the image you could choose a framed print, a canvas or a wall mural. You can even choose whether to have a white border or have the image run to the edge of the frame. There is also a large variety of sizes to choose from. It was so easy. Furthermore, I could not believe it when it actually arrived 3 days later!
The framed print is now hanging nicely in my living room and looks absolutely fabulous. It gives exactly the feel I wanted and is a talking point when people visit. The quality of the print is excellent and the frame is finished well. I am really pleased with it and will definitely be ordering more in the future.
Photowall have been kind to offer a 25% discount for my followers so check out their site Photowall and treat yourself! Use the code: islandbeauty2020. This will be valid until 27th April 2020 – so treat yourselves!
Thanks for reading x
*Framed print was gifted to me by Photowall but opinions are honest and my own.