A: Dear Customer, Greetings! Thank you for asking the question, Yes we can print almost everything on the canvas, You can attach the photo of the x-ray you want on the canvas at the time of placing an order and please do ask for the proof in the comment while placing an order and one of our executive from the designing team will send you the proof before printing and once you'll approve it we will process your order. Please let me know if there is anything further I can help you with. Kind regards, Mike, Canvas Champ. .
A: For the edges you can select a solid color (color border) / have the original image extended( Image wrap )/ have the edges mirrored. •Color Border : We add a solid color for the wraps. •Image wrap: Image extends and gets wrapped around the edges. •Mirror Wrap: We select 0.75"/1.5" (depending on the frame thickness) from the edge and take a mirrored/reflected copy of selection for the wrap.
This abstract piece of wall art is the perfect addition to your bedroom – above the bed, in your living room – above your mantle, as part of your gallery wall, or as an accent in your bathroom, the decorative possibilities are endless. This piece showcases various shades of grey, and white, with gold detail – it’s perfect for your contemporary or glam space. Made in the USA, this canvas art should be hung vertically.
Wave goodbye to a plain entryway and welcome coastal flair into your abode with this crisp painting print. Made in the United States, this gallery-worthy poly-cotton canvas instantly adds eye-catching appeal to any foyer. This dynamic design showcases an octopus swimming in the depths of the navy blue sea, complete with multicolored suction cups and sprawling arms that are sure to grip guests' attention as soon as they walk through the door. Hang it over a distressed white console table to...
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.
A floor mirror propped against a wall in your bedroom or entryway looks elegant. Go for a faceted or framed design to suit your room’s decor. Wall mirrors come in all shapes and sizes so pick the right size to fit the wall space and decide on a square, diamond, circular, oval, rectangular or asymmetrical design, among others. Mirrors are highly decorative as well as functional so, if you don’t need one specifically to check out your look, then go for a bold design that makes a statement. This includes overlapping, smoked or colored glass, a woven design or multiple small mirrors fitted together in a pattern.
What size of artwork is correct for different kinds of furniture? That’s totally up to your design vision. As a general guideline, however, many interior decorators recommend shooting for art that occupies about two-thirds to three-quarters the size of your furniture. Large art tends to get noticed more than smaller pieces. What if you have a long sofa or sectional and can’t find any art that’s big enough? One idea is to create an art grouping. Two or three similarly-sized photographs feel like a single unit. When it comes to height, it’s customary to hang art at eye-level. That’s usually between 5 and 6 feet from the floor, although you can feel free to place it lower if it feels more natural for the space. That’s often the case in dining rooms.
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.