The lovely people at Photowall offered me a gift in return for my honest review along with a special discount code for my readers.
Lights on Earth
As my son’s room is in dire need of something to brighten the walls I thought I’d give him the choice of what to have. A photowall would have been fantastic, but I wouldn’t be able to get one up anytime soon so we decided on a nice poster.
At Photowall the choice is amazing, you can have wallpapers. designer murals, posters, canvas’ or framed prints. You can even choose a photo or picture of your own.
The designs are amazing and there is so much choice, animals, food and drink, maps, sports, astronomy and so much more.
I had a feeling that my son would go for Astronomy, he has a real fascination with space.
This is the picture he chose, Lights on Earth by David C. Miller and I love that you can see the Northern Lights.
The Little Man was very please with his picture which came on a canvas print and with a smoked ash hanger. You can also choose to have a print without a white border.
I thought The Little Man would have chosen to have the poster above his bed, but he thought it would be better on the opposite wall so he could see it when he woke up as he lies facing this way.
I think he made the right decision and it looks great.
The quality of the poster is really good and it looks fabulous in the frame. The Little Man is very happy and so am I.
Discount from Photowall
I’d definitely be happy to buy from Photowall again and when it comes around to decorating my bedroom after the work has been done, I’d really consider a mural. I’d love a bookshelf wall, especially as I’m having to get rid of two of my bookshelves to make way for my lift. It would be nice to have a city skyline, or a beach view though. I think it would probably take a day or two to choose.
What do you think? Would you choose a mural or a poster, a print or a canvas? If there is anything you’d fancy from the website Photowall have offered a special discount code ‘raisiebay2021’ which will give you 25% off for as many time as you use it for a month.