With the vast array of images we capture daily, it can be challenging to imagine how they would look when displayed as wall art in our living spaces. Enter WallApp, an innovative platform that allows users to envision their photos as art pieces in various room settings before making a final decision to print and display them. This browser-based tool will let you see photos in the context of a room display, without having to resort to Photoshop to create one.

What is WallApp?


WallApp is an online application that¬† enables individuals to upload their photos and visualize them in a range of room styles and settings, giving a near-realistic representation of how the photo would appear on their walls. If you’re familiar with mockups, and use them in your business, WallApp is pretty much that in a nutshell. In just below two minutes, I was able to drag-drop an image to upload onto the system, arrange the size I wanted, and save my file. It was that easy.

There’s also a variety of rooms to choose from at the top, and you can scroll around to whichever suits you better.

The “Save File” button at the bottom will allow you to download the display as a JPEG image. Also note, the watermark for WallApp will be present.

Below are a few examples I created with one of my photos:



Why Use WallApp?


  1. Personalization: With WallApp, users can truly personalize their living spaces by previewing their own photos as wall art. This feature takes away the guesswork and ensures that the chosen photo complements the room’s existing decor, color scheme, and furniture layout.
  2. Confidence in Purchases: Traditional photo printing can be a hit-or-miss affair. WallApp removes any uncertainty by offering a visual representation of the final product. This empowers users to make confident decisions before investing in the printing and framing of their photographs.
  3. Interior Design Inspiration: WallApp is not limited to personal photos; it also serves as an inspiration tool for interior design enthusiasts. Users can experiment with different art pieces, photography styles, and sizes to envision how they would look in various room settings.
  4. Save Time and Money: By virtually placing photos on the walls, users can avoid costly mistakes in printing and framing photos that might not be suitable for a particular space. This not only saves money but also reduces wastage, contributing to a more sustainable approach to decorating our homes.

Thoughts and Conclusion

I found WallApp to be very simple to use, and a good resource for folks that either want a quick preview for their clients, or don’t have time to spend developing their own mockups in Photoshop. Also, folks that have just started their photography business can find this tool very handy. The only cons I would add are: you can’t do multiple photos in one mockup– for example, those photographers that do portrait sessions, can’t put together a wall collage on here, and the mockups work better for horizontal photographs.