Getting a Canvas Print
With the growing popularity of gallery wrapped canvas, everyone wants to give it a try. However, there are quite a few misconceptions about canvas printing that you need to get rid of before going in to order your first canvas print.
The very first thing that you need to understand that getting the right canvas print not as easy as selecting a picture. You like and then printed on canvas material. There are a number of things that you need to consider. The guide given below will help you make decisions related to canvas printing so that your canvas print looks as good as you expected.
Although most people decide where to hang a picture after they have already it printed, it a great idea to decide the location beforehand.
If you know exactly where your wood canvas print is going to be hung, you can make some decisions very easily. For instance, it will help you to determine the size of the canvas print without any confusion. If the space well known ton you. You decide between options like huge rectangular, square or a number of small collage prints easily.
Additionally, you don’t want to a printed canvas only to find out that it is either too big or too small for the wall space available to you.
If you want the canvas picture frames to be perfectly sized, you can get the space measured accurately and ask your printer for a canvas print of the exact size.
The Room Décor
You must make sure that the elements on the canvas print go well with the rest of the room décor. If the room décor and the canvas print clash together. This will draw attention to it for all the wrong reasons. It is not necessary that the canvas print and the room décor must look exactly the same. Instead, it should have an overall harmonized look.
While canvas pictures printed, there are many who forget to take colors into account. A particular picture might look good individually, but you have to picture it on canvas. Think about how the picture will look on your wall. It is very important to make sure that the walls. Furniture, and the canvas print have colors that go well together and have a stunning contrast. The colors must neither be too similar or too different from each other.
Materials and Textures
You can choose from cotton and polyester materials and also opt for cotton-poly blends. A 60-40 cotton and polyester blend considered to an ideal option for indoor canvases. Different textures like matte, metallic, gloss each gives a distinct look to the canvas print.