PhotoWall | Wall Mural | Review

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Sunday, January 07, 2018

Late last year I (when I say "I" I mean my boyfriend) put up a wall mural in our bedroom, a wall mural is basically wallpaper if you're like me and didn't know that before.

The mural itself is from Photowall, they are "a Swedish company with a passion for design and quality. Their wall murals and canvas prints are environmentally friendly, fire-retardant in accordance with Swedish standards and do not fade in sunlight. All motifs are selected with care."

As you can see from the photos the murals are pretty damn cool, I went with the image "In November Light". I've always liked the idea of making the bedroom forest themed because I just love walks through the woods and being in the great outdoors but there are 100's of images to chose from, it was a tough decision!

This has made me question the difference between a forest and the woods...some googling for after this post perhaps?

Anyway so it's all explained on their website but you measure up and enter the dimensions on the image you want and order it, that's about it really but if you don't have the equipment at home don't forget to order the little pack they provide!

And if you're like me and forget the paste...don't haha!

The mural itself comes nice and compact in one big roll where each strip numbered so you just cut off the strips, paste the wall and chuck it on the wall...in order of course... 

Simples!? Haha don't worry full instructions are provided!

I don't think I could have done this by myself purely because of the size of the strips and i'm quite short, but it was still pretty easy enough, the only thing me and my other half found tricky was lining up each strip but just take your time and it'll be fine.

Now the mural is up I love it, absolutely love it! It's now the stand out room in the house and it just makes it feel so cosy, I was worried it might make the room a little darker or feel small but it doesn't at all, it just looks amazing.

The only thing I do want to point out which isn't really a negative point but still worth mentioning is the quality of the image didn't seem that great when up close on the roll and I was worried it wouldn't look that good but thankfully when it was up and all together it looks great! So if you get one of these ad think this, don't worry, it'll look fine!

If you want to check PhotoWall out here is the link to their website - www.photowall.co.uk

They have also been kind enough to provide me with a 20% discount code valid until the end of Feb:
"pwclarekcampaign2017"

 *free sample but opinions are my own

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