I had a question pop up via my Instagram recently about the progress of my living room, after posting THIS image, and it got me thinking that it has been sometime since the last time I updated you about my interior designing adventures.
That’s probably, I guess, down to the fact that it’s taken me a little while (insert a couple of months!) to work out exactly what I wanted to have on my living room walls and bookshelves. After fiddling around with various frames and different styles – always keeping the grey sofa and wooden floor as my main focus points – I decided on printing a canvas frame from Venice!
And here comes Photowall to the rescue! From wall murals to stunning canvas prints, and the superb option of printing your own images on canvas, Photowall is the place to look for beautiful prints to hang on your walls, and I am so glad I found it!
I love starting a project, especially if it is a non complicated one. So, after deciding on the print, I went for this ‘Sunny Venice‘ print to remind me of the birthday weekend I had in Venice two years ago, and received the package, I got down to constructing the frame and attaching the canvas myself, which could have not been any easier!
The package comes with instructions on how to connect the pieces of wood together and how to screw the nails, overall a very undemanding and effortless process that took me only 20’ from opening the package to hanging the art on the wall.
The Venice image itself is very clear and having walked up and down the bridges of Venice and observed the buildings by the canal quite a few times, it makes me feel like I am back there every time I stare at it! It is also a great motivation to learn Italian (did I tell you I started Italian language lessons again?) and book my tickets to travel back to this spectacular island one day soon!
Right now, I am in the middle of adding a few final bits and pieces to the living room, like cushions and plants, and I will share a post with all the changes and new additions by the end of the week, but today I thought I’d share with you all what proudly hangs on the top of my head as I write this post…
Now, tell me, doesn’t this art wall make you feel like you are in Venice looking over the canal?