Once your image has passed quality control, we stretch it over solid pine stretcher bars. This prevents sagging. The ink comes with a no fade guarantee for up to 75 years, but do keep it out of direct sunlight as this can affect the finished look.
Outdoor photo to canvas prints work wonderfully in contemporary kitchens. Paired with a pot plant for a pop of green, this woodland image complements the earthy tones of the modern kitchen and really brings the outdoors in.
The blues of this ‘lake at twilight’ canvas perfectly complement the wall behind it, whilst the reds, oranges, pink and yellows of the sunset provide an incredible flash of colour. If choosing a landscape for your contemporary living room, try creating a split panel canvas for a striking effect.
What a better way to spend hours working in the study than by admiring your beautiful wedding photo? See how this image perfectly complements the dÃ©cor of the study, as the groom’s suit is accented by the dark mahogany furniture and plush leather chair. Yet the white dress and neutral background co-ordinate with the white shelving and standing vase to tie the room together. Also note how the red bouquet provides an extra splash of colour, drawing the eye in.
This panoramic canvas is the perfect example of how you can liven your home with a great family portrait but, still complement your dÃ©cor. See how the earthy tones of their coats work wonderfully with the browns of the fabric sofa and natural wood panelling. The orange gloves and pink scarf add the perfect touch of colour to brighten up the room.
Triptych canvas prints make for an incredible centrepiece in any room. Here the canvas acts as an interesting alternative to a headboard thanks to the use of contrasting paint. The three panels of the canvas work particularly well in this setting as they mirror the panels used throughout and are in-keeping with the oriental style of the room. Note the colours of the landscape perfectly complement the burnt umber and chocolate feature wall.
Black and white photo canvases never fail to impress in a contemporary setting. Even family portraits can look impossibly chic when paired with minimalist decor.
Canvas art is the ultimate addition to a New York style loft. With exposed brickwork and miss-matched furniture, in this setting you can show your creative streak and in turn tie the whole room together. This colour splash canvas of a black and white snow leopard looks fierce offset against a white wall, yet the creature’s blue eyes accent the vintage petrol blue chesterfield perfectly. This makes for a truly striking piece of canvas art.
This canvas works wonderfully with the nautical theme of the bedroom. Every detail from the blue sky to the white shirts, even the dark colour of their hair is accented perfectly with the colours used in the textiles and furnishings. This is a great example of not just how to co-ordinate the colours of your canvas with your interiors, but also the theme. As this image is taken from below in warm temperatures, it gives the impression of family holidays by the sea, adding the overall feel of the room.