Do you ever get around to printing your photos? It is perhaps symptomatic of the social media era that most of us view photos on devices instead of printing them off. I live near to the beautiful Malvern Hills and spend as much time as possible swimming outdoors. Taking photos is second nature to me with beautiful views like this. I upload them to Instagram, but hardly ever print them. Which is ridiculous really since it’s so easy to print and frame photos online these days.
Photo canvases online
When we had some work done on the house, we decided to just paint the walls white. The logic was that we’d be doing one room at a time, so a splash of colour could come at the end when everything else was done. That way, we could tie it all together and it would look properly planned out. The only problem is, the house isn’t finished. Every time we get a room done, it feels like another one needs doing. So, the walls in the “finished” rooms are still white. And it all looks a bit soulless.
We’re still not ready to inject colour with paint or wallpaper, but we want these rooms to look good. So, putting a canvas on the wall was an ideal solution. We decided on a Photowall canvas created from one of my favourite images that I took on our holiday to Great Yarmouth last week. Canvases can be purchased in a range of sizes but for us, it had to be a huge one that would make the whole wall look more colourful. I think you’ll agree, it definitely does that.
Print and Frame Photos Online
As well as printing canvases, Photowall offer a really useful service when it comes to large scale photo printing. I love the look of a frame on a poster style print but it can be a pain to find a frame to fit. Instead, with Photowall you can print and frame photos online. They send the perfect size frame in your choice of colour and it arrives with the photo. Simply put the photo into the frame, and it’s ready to hang.
Alternatively, Photowall also provide poster hangers for smaller prints that have a magnetic strip at the top or bottom. These come with a stud to fix them to the wall and string to hang them on. Ideal for brightening up a smaller area. We currently have one on our bedroom wall, with a plan to put up another in our downstairs toilet.
If you’d like to get some of your favourite photos printed, you can grab a 20% discount on Photowall by using the code plutoniumsox20 at the checkout. The code is valid for a month from the date of publication of this post. Photowall sell wallpaper, prints and posters of various designs as well and you can even print your own wallpaper from an image that you upload. That allows you to take a photograph of a memorable scene and have it on your whole wall. Don’t love the colour of your image or want to change an element of it? Photowall graphic designers are on hand to help.
Photowall is a really useful service that can transform a room from a drab, soulless space to an area that truly brings you joy. I look forward to printing more images for our walls in the future.