MailPix Expands into Home Décor Photo Products

MailPix Expands into Home Décor Photo Products


Huntington Beach, CA—, a new photo-printing site, expanded its photo personalization products into home décor. Through a partnership with Artsy Couture, of Baltimore, Maryland, MailPix is offering a suite of home décor products that includes Sweet Frames, Gallery Blocks and Cube Décor photo items.

“Artsy Couture offers some of the most attractive designs for photo decor and creative products,” said Fred H. Lerner, president and CEO, MailPix. “When we looked for a partner for this growing product line, Artsy Couture was the ideal choice. MailPix’s industry-leading Facebook and Instagram integration makes it simple to take images from the weekend’s birthday party and showcase them on an attractive Gallery Block.”

In other news, MailPix announced it also launched a line of standard-size scrapbook pages. All pages are printed on matte photo paper to hide fingerprints and to withstand time using real resin-coated photo paper. Scrapbookers can choose from hundreds of styles and layouts; available page sizes include 5×5, 8×8 and 12×12 inches.

Founded in 2012, is dedicated to preserving photo memories as photo books, prints, cards, enlargements and other tangible products. The goal of MailPix is to keep costs low and to pass savings along to consumers. Featuring Facebook and Instagram integration, MailPix is poised to help consumers make photo memories from the more than 70% percent of Facebook posts containing images. Its founder and CEO, Fred H. Lerner, has had a long photo-industry career, including executive roles with Eastman Kodak, Berkey Film Processing, Qualex Inc., Lerner Processing Labs and Ritz Interactive.