Photowall’s custom posters are a fantastic way to create one-of-a-kind posters that will uniquely showcase your own photos in any room. In this review, we will share our experience ordering posters and frames through Photowall and what we thought about their quality.
The story of Photowall began back in 2006, when brothers Niklas and Charlie Johansson realized that there weren’t many good options for personalized wall art.
With their backgrounds in technology and design, they decided to start their own company focused on creating high-quality, creative designs that could be customized to fit each customer’s individual needs.
Today, Photowall is a well-established, Stolkholm-based company that lets buyers create custom wall murals, posters, and canvas prints for their homes!
How Photowall Works
First, head to their website to browse through their wide selection of templates and easy-to-use design tools. Honestly, I thought the company did a great job making it simple to create a one-of-a-kind poster that will perfectly showcase your photos.
You just follow the prompts to upload your photos, select a size, customize your border, then add a frame (if you’d like).
For my living room, I wanted to showcase a few photos we took at the Lavender field this summer. So I went with the custom photo upload option at the 20 x 28 inch size.
I also got 2 minimalistic prints of plants for my guest room.
For prints, you can choose between a borderless or white border print (I picked white border for the smaller prints and no border for the larger prints) and a choice between, white, black, or natural wood frame. I went with the natural wood frame for all of them.
How Much are the Posters from Photowall?
Photowall’s poster prints start from as little as $18, with free shipping!
Sizes range from as little as 10×10 inch all the way to 33×46 inch and prices vary depending on the size you choose.
Personally, I thought they were a great value for the quality!
My Photowall Review
For this Photowall review, I will be sharing my experience with their custom-framed posters.
Just like their canvas prints and wallpapers, I was able to choose from a variety of templates or create my own design by uploading my own photos.
I ordered a few framed posters with my own photos for my apartment and was very pleased with the result. The colors were vibrant and the paper had a nice glossy finish.
I also got natural wood frames to go with the posters, which added a polished touch to the overall look of the posters.
Shipping & Delivery
Considering the shipment came all the way from Europe, I was pleasantly surprised to discover how quickly all 4 of my posters arrived. My order was shipped in just 2 days, then it arrived a few days after.
Oddly, Just 1 framed poster arrived in the first box while all the other 3 arrived together in a second box a few days later. Not that it mattered though, since both deliveries were impeccably packed to ensure no damage to my Photowall order.
Here is how big each of the box was.
Upon opening the shipping boxes, I found my posters and frames nestled in generous amounts of packing paper.
It’s worth noting that the posters do not come framed. They are shipped together but you’ll have to assemble the prints and put them in the frames.
The posters were either protected between hard cardboard protectors (like in the first box) or securely packed in a tube (like in the second box).
I was also glad to find that the frames came with rubber corner protectors and a protective plastic sheet to prevent scratches during shipment.
There were no damage whatsoever in all 4 frames and all 4 posters.
Quality of the Photowall Posters
I’m usually hesitant about buying frames online that I haven’t seen or touched in person, but I honestly was very happy with this purchase.
The posters are then printed on high-quality, thick paper and despite my getting super large print sizes, they were not pixelated or blurry at all.
I opted to have white borders on all the prints, but you also get printed edge-to-edge.
The frames were very affordable, which is why I took the chance to buy them. Keep in mind that it’s not glass, but a very hard plastic material (see photos below).
I actually liked how this made it shatterproof. Plus, once I’m done putting it all together, you can’t even tell it’s not glass!
The ordering process was easy and the end result exceeded my expectations. I would definitely order from Photowall again in the future.
What did you think of this Photowall review? Please leave a comment below – I’d love to hear!!
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