4 Creative Ways Canvas Art Can Brighten Your Home

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Looking for a fun, cost-effective way to spruce up your home decor? A canvas print is a perfect option if you want to get creative with your design and put a custom piece of art on your walls. Canvas Champ offers affordable options for canvas prints in all types of styles, from multi-image wall displays to a Pop Art style that can transform any photo into a work of art.

Their easy drag and drop interface makes it a breeze to upload your photos or select a picture from your Facebook or Instagram account. From there, you can select from a multitude of supports, whether that be a classic canvas or more specialized options like acrylic, metal, or wood.

With a myriad of customizable options, you’ll be able to create your custom piece of art in minutes and have it shipped to your home. If you’re looking for some creative ideas to help you figure out how to use canvas prints to brighten up your home, we have some fun, easy ways to add them to your home decor.

Canvas prints are also a great idea if you’re looking to purchase the best personalized photo gifts for someone special. Luckily, Canvas Champ is running a Mother’s Day special through May 15, 2019. Just enter the code LUCKYBOGO to receive the buy one, get one free discount on canvas prints (minimum order $49 & maximum discount $50).

Here are some fun, creative ways that canvas prints can brighten up your home.


Canvas Art Display

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If you have a large space to fill, a custom wall display is a great way to bring a bit of flair to any room. Choose from three to ten canvases and use Canvas Champ’s easy template to create your design.

Whether you want to fill the wall with family portraits or landscape photography, these beautiful wall displays set the mood of the space. Need help with some fun, simple ideas? Try using close-up photos of your favorite fruits and veggies to jazz up your kitchen or a collection of black and white family portraits to bring a touch of timeless elegance to your living room.


Pop Art Portrait

Pop Art Style Wall Art

If you’re looking for something colorful and quirky, why not transform your favorite portrait of a loved one or pet into a Pop Art masterpiece? Whether you want to create a stylized Warhol-esque quadruple portrait or you prefer the comic style of Roy Lichenstein, pop art canvas prints are a fun, unique way to brighten any home.


Panoramic Prints

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If you’ve just returned from the trip of a lifetime or you've captured the dazzling nature in your backyard, you may want to put your stunning shots on display—landscape and travel photography also make perfect additions to your home. Not only can they remind you of your favorite places, but they’re adaptable enough to fit any color palette. For something extra special, try a panoramic canvas print to really immerse yourself in the environment of your choice.

Haven’t traveled anywhere exciting lately? There are lots of great free stock photo websites that have imagery available for personal use.


Inspirational Quotes

Personalized Wall Art with Inspirational Quote

Who doesn’t need a bit of motivation every now and then? Proving that canvas prints aren’t just for photos, Canvas Champ also offers Quotes on Canvas. You can either use their collection of inspirational quotes or come up with your own. Perhaps you’re a creative looking to pull yourself out of a creative rut or a photographer looking for advice from the great masters. There is no shortage of inspirational quotes that can look great on canvas while providing a daily boost.


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Jessica Stewart

Jessica Stewart is a Contributing Writer and Digital Media Specialist for My Modern Met, as well as a curator and art historian. Since 2020, she is also one of the co-hosts of the My Modern Met Top Artist Podcast. She earned her MA in Renaissance Studies from University College London and now lives in Rome, Italy. She cultivated expertise in street art which led to the purchase of her photographic archive by the Treccani Italian Encyclopedia in 2014. When she’s not spending time with her three dogs, she also manages the studio of a successful street artist. In 2013, she authored the book 'Street Art Stories Roma' and most recently contributed to 'Crossroads: A Glimpse Into the Life of Alice Pasquini'. You can follow her adventures online at @romephotoblog.
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