Saal Digital Review: Awesome wall decor printing service!



I was on the lookout for wall paintings recently and stumbled upon Saal Digital. Because I was so impressed by their service, I decided to write a review so other people on the internet can also find out more about their awesome services.

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It is a digital decor printing service where you can print photo books, photos, cards and posters or fine art wall decorations. I wanted to hang a large sized print on my living room wall so I chose to print a photo canvas from my last year’s Yellowstone road trip on a Alu-Dibond, which has a fine textured metallic aluminum composition. It looks really good on the wall, especially with a light source pointing at it. Saal also has other options for wall decors like metal print, photo canvas, acrylic glass, gallery print, PVC foam board, brushed metal print and more.

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There are 2 ways to design your print in digital format – either directly on their website or via their Saal Design software. I wanted to test their software so I placed my order through it. It is almost like Photoshop which is geared towards making it really easy to design flex posters and photo books. Once you complete the design and payment, the system takes care of the rest. The decor goes into print production and they also have a transparent way to track each orders directly on their website. Once the product is shipped, they also give you Fedex tracking information. The delivery was instant and only took about 2 days.

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Overall, I felt Saal Digital really delivered on their promise. The print is as much perfect as I had imagined. My friends love it! The decor will be on my wall for many many years. I was provided a digital voucher discount which subsidized my total cost of the print. This review contains my honest opinions of the service I received and is not influenced by Saal whatsoever. I would highly recommend Saal and their products to any prospective customers looking to decorate their living spaces.

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