Expressing yourself is important. It’s the essence of virtually everything around you from the clothes you like to wear to the color of your smartphone case. Fashion statements tell other people something about you and also remind you of what makes you unique. That’s also true when decorating a home. At Pottery Barn, we want you to feel free to create your perfect spaces. All art gives you the tools to do just that. With a huge variety of styles to choose from, discovering pieces that get you excited isn’t hard, so consider some different possibilities.

Frames are a terrific way to display photos of family and friends. Choose them with or without internal borders and decide whether to stand them on shelving or hang them on a wall. For shelving, a swivel design adds a unique touch. For your wall, go for gallery frames to display numerous photos in a pretty design. The material you opt for needs to complement your decor and with frames of polished brass or nickel, antiqued bronze, reclaimed wood, mirrored glass, bamboo, marble and more, there’s plenty of options for you to get the right look.
Another thing you can ask yourself when picking out artwork is what purpose you have in mind for it. If you are looking for something big and bold to grab people’s attention when they walk into your living room or simply want something with a certain tone to complement an elegant rug. The answer to those questions and more will help point you in the right direction.
Large, open areas are a terrific opportunity to add a gallery wall to a room. What’s that? It’s a grouping of art or photographs that contains many different pieces. There are tons of different configurations so that you can improvise a lot. It’s usually easier to start by placing the center photo and then work out from there. Arrangements vary from square to horizontal and everything in-between with as many pieces as you want. They can feature different sizes, colors, frames and styles. You decide what element ties them all together.
From adding a splash of color here to a touch of texture there, wall art pulls any room together, turning houses into homes in the process. What’s more, wall art defines your space; it speaks on your behalf, putting a little you into your abode. Oftentimes, guests will have a hint of your worldview, of your life philosophy, just by seeing the artwork on your walls. Perfect for boho abodes, it showcases a photographic print of a succulent. Arrives ready to hang.
Our photo canvas combines a range of great qualities: an excellent hand-made wooden frame, cutting-edge technologies to provide the most accurate reproduction of your photo, and production times that are yet to be matched. Your photo is reproduced with the use of UV-proof inks, preventing the vivid colors from dissolving as the years go by. Your photo will be transferred to canvas faithfully to the very last detail.
Combine your shelving with hooks for two forms of wall organization. Hooks underneath your shelf are a suitable way to utilize extra wall space. This works particularly well in the kitchen with cookbooks on the shelf and utensils hanging underneath it, or in the entryway with keys and hats on the shelf and coats hanging underneath it. Go a step further and combine this with a mirror above the shelf. Hooks by themselves are just as decorative. One option is a multihook block or arranging individual hooks at different heights and using differing colors. Be original with shaped hooks that resemble, for example, different states or a wishbone.

Offering a splash of color here or a touch of texture there, art prints provide eye-catching focal points that round out your ensemble. Featuring three canvas panels awash in a blend of cool and neutral colors, this multi-piece art print offers contemporary style to your home. Made in the USA, it’s professionally wrapped around a wooden frame for a gallery-inspired look. Plus, wall mounting hardware is included for quick and easy installation.


A: Dear Customer, Greetings! Thank you for asking the question. There are 4 steps to place an order and you will find the option to choose the thickness of the gallery wrap on the 2nd step and there will be a radio button to choose the thickness of the frame. Please let me know if there is anything further I can help you with. Kind regards, Mike, Canvas Champ. .
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