We have recently been working with the lovely people from Photowall. They are a Swedish company that specialises in high-quality canvas prints and murals. We recently shared a review of our huge personalised canvas that I absolutely love.
This week we have been working on another fab collab with Photowall, a children’s bedroom mural.
Fantasy Bookshelf Mural
The ordering process on the online store was really simple. We chose the fantasy bookshelf as we thought that would go in well with the Harry Potter theme that Jayden wanted. We opted for the size that we would need and that was that. I received an email confirmation on every step of the order. From checkout right through to dispatch. It landed on my doorstep in a couple of days! Amazing service.
The first thing we noticed upon opening the parcel was just how thick the wallpaper was. It is definitely high-end rolls, the quality is exceptional. We have had a mural before so we could compare the quality quite easily and this won hands down. I feel quite ripped off with the previous one having seen this.
We started off by cutting the roll into strips with the easy to follow guides.
We then prepped the wallpaper paste. Even that looks pretty!
You can also buy the application tools to fit the mural, but we used what we had at home.
Up went the first strip and with little effort too.
I love how colourful this mural is. It is absolutely perfect for a kids room. There is just so much to take in with all of the different props to look at.
Each shelf has a different theme going on and the illustrations look fun and enchanting.
We are absolutely over the moon with how it looks and Jayden thinks ‘it’s sick’. Sick being absolutely awesome! In 7-year-old slang apparently.
The service we have received from Photowall has been absolutely fantastic. I would certainly recommend keeping these guys in mind should you be on the lookout for a canvas or thinking of giving the kids bedroom a makeover. I know I will be using them again.
*We were sent products for the purpose of this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own*