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View In Room

Buying artwork from your living room has never been easier!!

In fact, we would argue that this is better and easier than buying it from a retail store. Our "View In Room" feature allows you to visualise how our fine art photography will look in your space before making a purchase. This tutorial will guide you through the steps to use this feature on both desktop and mobile devices. NO APPS NEEDED!!

"View In Room" uses Augmented Reality (AR) technology. Newer phone models can handle this technology a lot easier compared to older phones.

On Desktop

  1. Choose your size, material and framing.
  2. Select "View In Room": Make sure you have click the size and style you want to view in room. Your AR preview is determined by your selections.
  3. Scan your QR Code: This will take you to the website on your phone, ensure you have the same size selected
  4. Scan your wall: Ensure you're at least 3 meters away from your wall and slowly pan your phone left and right. Ensure your room is well lit.
  5. Reposition: You can move the artwork along the wall, up and down by using one finger. If you accidentally resize the image, please ensure the iage is at 100% for actual sizes.
  6. Close the viewer: When you're done, click close and choose another size if you need to.

On Mobile Phones

1. Choose Your Size: Select the size of the artwork you prefer.

2. Choose Your Material

3. Choose Framing Material

Select "View In Room": After choosing your preferences, tap on "View In Room" button. Your selection will determine the type of photo that will be visualised in your space.

Scan Your Wall: Ensure you’re at least 3 metres away from your wall and slowly move your phone from left to right to scan your wall. Ensure your room is well lit and not too dark.

Reposition: You can move the artwork along the wall up or down by using one finger. If you accidentally resize the image, please ensure the image is at 100% for actual sizes.

Close the Viewer: When you’re done, click the close button to return to the photograph’s detail page.