It’s already December and time to start shopping for Christmas gifts. Our best gift idea this year is a made-to-measure canvas print. Choose from more than 3,000 different designs, from famous Disney characters to illustrated design motifs.
To make things even easier for you, we have selected our very best Christmas gift ideas. Remember to stay ahead of the game and order now! We’ll deliver your order within 4-6 days.
Today we are launching a brand new wallpaper collection: Vintage Cities. The motifs depict well-attended and popular cities such as Rio de Janeiro, New York, Rome and Paris - all with a vintage inspired feel.
The best thing with this collection is definitly the opportunity to experience the heartbeat of the city from your own home. The silhouette of the Eiffel Tower at sunset, an aerial shot of New York’s skyscrapers and a double-decker’s journey along the streets of London. Beautiful designs to be inspired by.
The collection includes 10 motifs which are available both as wall murals and canvas prints. The wall murals cost £26 per square metre and the canvas prints start at £18.
We are expanding our range with a Beatles collection encompassing both classic photographs and graphic motifs. The collection includes the famous album covers for Abbey Road, Revolver and Yellow Submarine, which are available to order as made-to-measure wall murals.
The Beatles – the band from Liverpool that has sold more than two billion records – is now the subject of our latest collection. Band members John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr have become icons of our era, not only making amazing music but also featuring in many unforgettable images.
The collection mixes new and old, and its breadth of style means the motifs work equally well in modern and retro homes. Or why not as inspiration in a rehearsal studio?
Take a look at the collection here.
The concrete industrial rawness and the rough surface of the brick material – two interior trends whose structures are trendy this autumn. Wallpapers with these motifs are beautifully combined with nature-inspired interior.
Since all of these materials originate from the nature can it be neat to furnish with nature-inspired interior and color scheme. One tip is to go out into the forest and pick objects like flowers, twigs, pieces of wood, rocks, logs, etc. Stylish interior details doesn’t always have to cost – let the creativity flow instead.
Below, we’ve picked three inspiration pictures where the wallpaper motif, the interior and the colors are in harmony with each other.
Photowalls wallpaper Aged brickwall
Photowalls wallpaper Wooden plank withewashed
Photowalls wallpaper Concrete wall
From flourishing meadows, warm breezes and bare legs – to fallen leaves, chilly winds and decreasing hours of daylight. That autumn is on its way can’t be mistaken. With a wallpaper from Photowall, we hope to contribute to increased well-being in your home, since the number of hours spent at home often increases this time of year.
Below, we’ve picked out five of our best autumn wallpapers that we believe and hope will give you a positive autumn feel. Among the designers of the motifs you will find Cecilia Carlstedt and Albert Sjöstam. And of course the chosen wallpaper motifs will fit throughout the year. Take a look at the motifs, which one would you choose for your walls?
Michael Mullan’s motif Woodland trees
Fine little day’s motif Fir forest
Anna Ekre’s motif Lovers
Albert Sjöstam’s motif Totem
Cecilia Carlstedt’s motif A forest
Follow the latest interior trend and invest in a large canvas print, ideally with a photographed motif, above your sofa this autumn. A simple, effective way of changing the feeling of a room.
We are, of course, thrilled about the latest trend – large canvas prints. In our web shop we offer over 3,000 different motifs as made-to-measure canvas prints, from photographs of the Taj Mahal to unique illustrations from designers worldwide. Canvas prints can also be created from your own photograph and you decide the size, anything from 30 to 500 centimetres. We also offer a handy do-it-yourself frame, available in lengths from 30 to 150 centimetres (in 10 cm increments).
Beautiful ballerinas in Ballerinas on stage.
Black and white at it’s best in Alpamayo.
Beautiful motif Taj Mahal, perfect in a ”greige” environment.
The retro cool motif Retro gas pumps.
Today we are launching new bookshelf murals in several exciting colour schemes. In addition to book spines in traditional brown tones, bookshelf wall murals are now available in white, blue, red, and black and white.
We are expanding our range of wall murals featuring the ‘Bookshelf’ motif. The motif is designed by our own design team and is available in eight different colour schemes. All the motifs can be ordered to size for GBP 26 per square metre.
The photograph above was taken by Henrik Bonnevier and styled by Camilla Krishnaswamy. We just love it!
I found this wonderful apartment at Danish Femina and was inspired by the muted colors, the beautiful details and all the great design classics. A masculine and Nordic interior style all the way through, so neat and classic.
Look at the beautiful hallway floor above, no need for a carpet here.
You find the pictures here.
Our interview series continues and this time it’s our intern Emma’s turn. According to Emma, flowers are an important interior detail that really livens up the home. One of Emma’s favorites in the Photowall range is Albert Koetsier collection Beyond light.
Emma, tell us more about yourself?
– My name is Emma Linnéa Fredriksson, I’m 25 years old and I’m studying web communication with a particular emphasis on social media at Medieinstitutet in Stockholm. During the education, we have a twenty-six weeks long practice, divided into three periods, and this fall, I’m spending ten of those weeks at Photowall.
Can you tell us a bit more about what you will do at your internship?
– Primarily I will work with PR and social media. Also, I will work on some editorial content and SEO. A really fun mix.
What kind of interior style do you have at home?
– I would say that I mix several different styles, old and new and different materials. I decorate with things that I find beautiful and things I want in my home. That is exactly what makes interior design so fun, personal and creative.
What is your favorite motif at Photowall?
What are your best decoration tips?
– Flowers of all colors and shapes! I think flowers really brightens up a home and make it more vibrant.
Do you have a favourite piece of furniture in your home?
– Oh, that’s a difficult question, I have several favorites. But l’ll have to say my pillow from Mairo with a barnaclemotif. It suits my living room sofa perfectly.