It’s been such an exciting journey watching the #FraggyHome come to life. We’re already in the finishing stages of the construction and have been envisioning how we want to decorate our space. This includes commissioning an artist to paint Booboo and Bellatrix! I also recently received the most thoughtful gift: one of our wedding photos beautifully encased in a wooden gallery frame! If you’re planning to decorate your home and are looking for where to have wedding pictures framed, check out Photowall.
What is Photowall?
Photowall is a Swedish-based company that makes quality wall decorations. From wallpapers and posters to canvas and framed prints, you can choose from thousands of designs and motifs to give your room a new look and feel. You can even have your own custom design printed! If I had the extra budget, I would have loved to have my sister’s floral design for our wedding made into an accent wallpaper.
They recently reached out and printed one of my favorite wedding photos in a 60 x 45-centimeter wooden frame. I chose this particular frame because the wood complements the “minimalist zen meets coastal” peg of our home. It’s the perfect size to hang on the wall of our second floor right when you land from the stairs.
If you plan to create a photo gallery, Photowall can print pictures as small as 36 x 28 centimeters. They can also blow it up to as big as 100 x 70 centimeters!
Pricing and Delivery
When it came to shipping, I was surprised to receive the wedding picture frame in less than two weeks despite the COVID-19 situation. This is considering it came from Sweden and I’m all the way in the Philippines. FedEx was the courier who delivered the item. Though the picture frame was free because it was a gift from Photowall, I had to pay P578.80 because of local charges.
The price for a custom framed print starts at about P4,500. You can get a 25% discount when you use my code gretasjunkyard25 upon checkout! Just visit Photowall to enjoy your very own wallpaper, poster, or print.
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