Printed on 260 gsm lustre paper for beautiful photo realistic printing. Each print comes with a 2.5cm white border and is signed on the bottom right hand side within the border. It is ready to mount or frame however you like.
These are the classic acrylic wall panels which have a frameless floating effect. Acrylic Facemounts are a great alternative to framing. They have that classic modern look, with brilliant colours from the acrylic. Edges are diamond polished to a sparkle adding fine detail. They are timeless and have great applications in the home or office. The image is printed on metallic paper for a pearl like finish. They have a sturdy hidden backing frame and they come standard with a hanging bracket, so you can put it up on your wall with ease.
All frames are 2cm wide and 4cm high. They are available in White wood, Black wood and Oak Wood. Each frame is handmade from scratch.
The print has a 2.5cm white border around it, which is signed on the bottom right hand side within the border, and mounted onto gator board, so your print will never warp over time. A 6cm white mat board is placed in front of the print to separate the print from the glazing. The glazing is acrylic which is lighter than glass and will not shatter.
D Rings and wire are attached for hanging small frames and double D Rings are attached for larger frames.
Canvas prints are an affordable and lightweight option with a beautiful painterly feel. The canvas is stretched around a wooden frame and they come ready to hang. They make the perfect gift.
If there is an image you like but you aren’t quite sure whether it will look good on the wall and in the position you would like it, take a photo of the location with your smartphone and send it through to me, and I will happily superimpose your image of choice on the wall in the location you are considering placing it.
Things to consider when taking the photo:
Don’t just take a photo of the wall, a good idea is to take a photo of the surrounding area, so for example your bed, dining table or lounge which will give you an excellent idea of how the picture will look in that space.
Also note down the size of the wall you want the picture to go on, or the size of the couch, TV etc. You can take an educated guess if you are not sure. I need to know this so I can make the proportions of the picture correct to your actual space which will give you a realistic representation of how the final image will look on the wall.