Having a nicer home thanks to Photowall

by Ivana
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In collaboration with Photowall. Hi my dears, I really hope, that you and your lovely ones are all fine and all healthy. One of the things this current crises has shown us is, how important it is to feel comfortable in your own home – and of course that living frugal and having a large emergency fund is crucial and that we all should think triple next time before buying something we don’t really need, cause small things add up. Having a nice home is something very important, so let’s invest in our own walls. I am someone who needs a little change from time to time, at least once a year. Even if it’s just something simple like painting the walls. Last summer we refreshed the wall colors of our kitchen and anteroom and in winter we changed the colors of two walls of our living room, one wall we’ve turned into a light green shade while for the other wall the shade glacier ice blue was our choice – I got many messages on this blue shade after posting it on my Insta Story. We also bought new murals to pimp up our living and anteroom. So having a great wall color, murals or paper can really be an eye-catcher.

Our choice for our rest room: Folksy Flower Composition

If you intend to invest in your home soon, I can recommend you Photowall. At this Swedish online shop you’ll find a great selection of murals and posters – to me they have kind of a nostalgic spirit, what I really like. Either way they all are very beautiful and classy, no wonder since Photowall is collaborating with best illustrators and designers from Sweden. One of my favorite lifestlyle blogger is of course Emily Fuller who runs the blog Cupcakes and Cashmere. For her first house she got help from an interior designer and I was fascinated into what they turned the rest room. This is an area that I am planning to renovate and therefore I got beautiful designer wallpapers at Photowall. Of course this project will take some time, since we need to pay a upholsterer and tiler. And of course we need to buy new floor tiles and a new washbasin. But after this crises like I said, I really want to have even more money put aside and to invest rather in my home than splurging my money on things I don’t really need. How about you? What is the next thing you want to change in your own home or what have you changed recently? By using the code ivana25 you’ll get a 25% discount on your order at Photowall, valid til 23.4.2020.

Copyright of the Photos: Photowall