I created some wall canvas display ideas here to help you visualize how your canvases would look like on a wall depending on the size of your canvas. This can all be customized according to what your space looks like and what size canvases you are interested in. As you will notice, the photographs have a bigger impact when you have a larger piece of wall art. I love large wall canvas display groupings. They tell a story. Your story. They make you fall in love all over again, and they just fit.
I always hear people say they want a 5×7 or an 8×10 but as you can see, the 8×10 would have no impact on your wall space at all. If you are planning on putting up a collage of pictures in frames, that would be a great idea but imagine the number of frames you would have to purchase to have a collage of 8x10s big enough to fill your wall space!
A canvas is a statement piece and with every statement piece, it should create an impact. You want to be able to walk into the room and look at that wall art and remember what that time was like. It should fill your heart with love and first and foremost you should be able to see it!
Don’t let your photographs sit on your computer, in the CD that the photographer gave you a million years ago, or worse, in your bottom drawer! Call your photographer right now and tell them that you want something everyone will be talking about when they come visit you in your home. Tell them you want a work of art.
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