Wall Art – canvas or standouts

When it comes to your wall art you first need to decide the look that you prefer.  Do you prefer framed art?  If so, do you prefer more traditional framing or the new whimsical style like Organic Bloom?  Or do you prefer the look of frame-less art?  Today we are going to look at frame-less art.

I offer two options for your frame-less wall art: standouts or gallery wrapped canvas.  The only thing similar about these two options is that they are ready to hang and do not frames.  Other than that they are very different. Need help choosing sizes best for you?  


Gallery Wrapped Canvaswall-art-canvas

Gallery Wrapped Canvases are heirloom quality statement pieces for your home.  Your images will be printed on high quality canvas and stretched over a frame wrapped with tight corners.  The canvases come with a closed back and are ready to be hung with a wire or sawtooth hanger and wall bumpers.  They are coated  for a fade resistant longevity.  Plan on passing these down for generations to come.  Canvases can be done in almost any size.  I offer the most popular sizes, but please ask if you has specific needs.


Standouts are prints mounted on a 1/2″ thick, foam filled standout with black edges.  They have predrilled holes on the back for you to hang them.  These are extremely lightweight.  I’ve hung mine with 3m frame hanging tape since they are so light.  Standouts come in limited sizing options.

Standouts are the more economical option to having that frame-less look than Gallery Wrapped Canvases.
wall-art-standoutsHere you can see the edge difference between Gallery Wrapped Canvas (left) and Standouts (right).


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