Featuring a bold pattern of repeating cubes and an array of navy, gray, and golden hues, this graphic art print shines in any contemporary ensemble. For a sophisticated and chic seating arrangement, adorn a neutral-colored wall with this geometric gem, then roll out a colorful printed rug and set down a streamlined black upholstered sofa and add a pair of faux leather swivel barrel chairs to round out the room. Loving this luxe look? Try showing off the subtle shimmer in this statement piece by...
Where can you position art and photography in a room? Almost anywhere is ideal. One thing to consider is what you want that particular piece to accomplish. Is it a showstopper, your favorite masterpiece? Then, you probably want it somewhere it gets noticed immediately, such as in the center of an accent wall. Above a fireplace is another spot where people tend to look right away when they walk into a room. Other artwork is complementary in nature. Each painting works together to create a harmonious arrangement in the whole room. These vignettes look beautiful on top of console tables, on bookshelves or hanging above furniture.
Lending additional layers of color and texture to any ensemble while ridding your home of boring, empty wall space, wall art is a must-have for any abode. Take this piece for example: showcasing a floral motif, it features five jars with blooming flowers awash in vibrant hues of yellow, blue, and pink against a white background. Even better, it arrives with all mounting accessories – saving you a trip to the hardware store. Proudly made in the USA.
A: Dear Customer, Greetings! Thank you for reaching out to us. We would like to inform you that for 8*10 canvas with stretcher bars 1.5 inch thick, you have to select the thick gallery wrap option on the website while placing your order. The cost for the same is 13.90$. Please let us know if anything else we can assist you with. Thanks, David Canvas Champ.
of the canvas and wrapped around the stretcher frame. This is the option to select if you have important elements near the edges of the image that would end up on the border if you went with a standard image wrap. This is also a way to create the look of an image wrap if you have a photo that is cropped too tightly to extend it around the edges. It works really well for landscapes and still life photography.