My Gallery Wall with FreePrints Photo Tiles

I have been wanting to add some artwork to my upstairs landing since I moved in. I initially thought I would do a world map or a quote, but then I fell in love with the idea of a gallery wall. FreePrints Photo Tiles is a sister company of FreePrints. They have a simple, user friendly app to easily take your photos from your phone to your wall.  You can select images from your phone, Facebook or Instagram. 

Other photo tiles are mounted onto foam core, but Photo Tiles are uniquely lightweight panels that easily stick to walls with no need for a hammer and nails. They are custom manufactured with state-of-the-art digital printing and a durable patent-pending plastic mounting, which is guaranteed for life. Within the first 30 days, you can get a complete refund if you are not completely satisfied. They also provide a lifetime guarantee against defects so will send a replacement of the same tile without charge.

They come with pre-attached adhesive strips that let you move tiles. I found them very easy to stick up. I personally haven't moved them just yet so I can't say if they will cause damage, but if the strips start to loose their stickiness, they come with lots of spare strips that can be used to replace them. 

Each month, you can get one 8x8 inch premium free photo tile, with no subscriptions and no commitments and a set delivery charge. This resets on the 1st of each month. You can purchase additional tiles for £8 each, but the delivery charge remains the same, no matter how many tiles you order. 

The tiles come securely packaged. They place the tiles in a square box. Within, there is paper to fill in the space, 2 to 4 tiles are then packaged in separated cardboard dividers and then image tile is individually wrapped in a plastic sealed bag. I wish they didn't have the plastic but the majority is recyclable. 

I am absolutely in love with my finished product. They are so easy to order, install and are great quality. I think the wall is absolutely perfect and I can't wait to add the "family" sign down the side. I have pictures of all the people I am closest to in my life and it makes me so happy when I walk past this space now. I think over the years, I may add more tiles along the other side of the wall, but for now I think it finishes the space perfectly. If you want to order your own, click here