Photowall Custom Canvas Print Review

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You might remember that back in 2017 I reviewed a canvas print sent to me by Photowall. They reached out to me again this month to review another one of their products, so instead of choosing a canvas that was already on their site, I decided to have one of my own DSLR photos blown up in a custom print!

The photo I chose to have blown up is one that I took in the summer of 2020 in Dorchester County, Maryland. It was taken on a farm while my boyfriend’s family’s Border Collie, Ajax, was running around. 

I had the choice of having the canvas print with no border, a black border, or a white border. If I chose no border, the top of the tall tree in the top left was cropped out, so I went with a black border.

Just as with last time, one of the screws didn’t want to line up with the hole. I didn’t have a drill or another screw I could put in it, so I just left it out. 

Delinquent hole

I love the way it turned out! It’s super fun seeing one of my own photos blown up like this.

The print was light enough to hang up with Command strips, as I did with my first canvas print.

Photowall also has wallpaper and wall murals available for purchase. Be sure to check out their selection at photowall.com and use the code thewhisperbox25 for 25% off your order (expires 2/14/21). Their products would make great Valentine’s Day gifts ❤️

Photowall Canvas Print Review

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photowall michelangelo male nudes canvas print

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A few weeks ago, I woke up to an email from Swedish company Photowall asking if I wanted to review one of their products. Photowall sells gorgeous wall murals, wallpaper, and canvas prints, and even offers the opportunity to order custom made products.

I could not say no to doing the review, because my roommates and I have some large bare walls in our living space. Since my roommates always joke about liking nude art (I honestly thought they were serious for a while), I typed “nude” on Photowall’s site and got a result for Michelangelo’s “Studies of Male Nudes”. The blush pink color of the canvas print matched one of our couch pillows perfectly, so I wasted no time notifying Photowall to send it to me for this review.

When I received the package via DHL, I was a bit confused due to the skinny rectangular shape of the package. I ordered a perfect square sized (90 cm x 90 cm) canvas print. Shouldn’t it be bigger and square?

Fortunately, it was the right order, it just required some assembly, namely sticking, stretching and screwing.

photowall assembly

The black screws stopped lining up with the holes at one point, so my roommate got impatient and decided to get nails to drill in with a drillbit.

And then this happened to one side of the canvas.

OOPS.

Other than that snafu, assembly wasn’t difficult at all. After we finished, we rested it on the couch to see how it would look.

Let’s study this male nude!

Our living room isn’t finished yet, we haven’t hung it up officially, but we plan to do so with command strips since the canvas is only 11 pounds.

Classy Texas gals and Michelangelo

We’re super happy with our canvas print from Photowall. Delivery to NYC was seamless, and I think our living room is really starting to come together with this piece!

Check out Photowall’s collection, and don’t forget to take 20% off your order with the code TheWhisperBoxCampaign2017 until 1/19/18!