One of the most neglected areas of our new house is the office. We just kind of set up our computers and then filled the rest of the room with the junk we didn’t know what to do with. Well, Photowall reached out to me and asked if I wanted to review their canvas service so that motivated me to get this room put together! Just a disclaimer, they sent the canvas for free but as always I am sharing my honest opinion. Photowall is a Swedish design company that sells canvases and murals. You have to check them out because their prices are so affordable and there are so many options!
I knew that I wanted to make our office a bright and colorful room. The rest of our house is very gray and white so I thought I could add some fun colors in this room. Most of the time if we are on our computers it’s so I can edit a video or write a blog post…or so Kane can work. I wanted this room to be bright and fun so that we wouldn’t mind being in here. I also have a couple of spots set up for the kids so that they can “work” in here, too. Grey loves to sit at his desk and color or cut paper…allowing us to get some work done. Once I saw the “Marble Dreams” canvas, I showed Kane and we immediately knew it was the one we wanted. I needed it to take up a big chunk of our wall so I ordered a huge size and I love it!
They ship you the canvas rolled up and include the frame pieces with instructions. You guys, this was so easy to assemble! Kane put it together but I watched and I’m pretty sure I could have done it myself. You literally just stick the frames on, fold them in and then screw in the corner pieces. It probably took around twenty minutes total and looks just like a canvas we would buy from the store!
Photowall also sells wall murals (or wallpaper) and you have the option of using your own photo for a canvas. I think I might do that for our family photos because the prices are really reasonable! I love how our canvas turned out and I can’t wait to continue decorating this space. I will be sure to show you an update when the room is finished!