Rejoice for the Day

“The Walls of a Room Affect How We Feel”

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I couldn’t agree more with the title of this post, and I have spent years trying to make perfect gallery walls in our house.  It’s been a slow process, but an enjoyable one.  It’s no surprise that I love pictures!  And there was no hesitation to work with Photowall, once again, when they asked if I’d be interested in a blog collaboration.

Photowall.com is a Swedish company that makes amazing wall art.  You can chose from wallpapers, posters, and canvases.  Their selection is very diverse and seemingly never ending.  There is a print for everyone!  In fact, it took me almost a week to narrow down what I wanted.  Do I chose something for the bedroom? Computer room?  Sewing room?  Or something else for the huge wall in the living room?  I went with the living room.

We have a theme in our living room, black and white.  Once my guy and I decided we’d get something for that room, I browsed the black and white search option looking for something to compliment the spiral staircase canvas we already had from Photowall.  When we came across the concrete pillars, there was no need to look further.  That was the print!  And after being back and forth between a print or a canvas, we went with the canvas.  We loved our first one, and the size would be perfect.

Our wall is still a work in progress, there’s plenty of space to fill yet, but I couldn’t be happier with the selections we have chosen from Photowall.com.  The quality is wonderful and the canvases are very easy to put together.  Also, I placed my order on a Monday, and had the product by that Friday.

I will continue creating the perfect gallery walls in my house and should any of you be doing the same, or just need that perfect print for a bare spot on your wall, take a look at Photowall.com.  I have a discount code for my readers to enjoy, 25% off any product and it’s good for a month from today: rejoicefortheday25.  I’m sure you will find something exactly what you’re looking for.  🙂

*Disclaimer:  I was sent this piece for the purpose of a review.  I am not being compensated for this post.  All opinions are my own and are 100% truthful.

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