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Which do you prefer - Canvas Art of Framed Art
jeankris
November 7, 2012 in Design Dilemma
I'm in the mist of selecting some large pieces of art and not sure which way to go, so I thought I would come here and ask :)
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Darzy
I think it totally depends on the space, style and design. I personally think if I love a piece of art...it looks good almost anywhere. : ) I actually use both styles, but when I want additional light, I have canvas art because the framed art creates a glare with a light shining on the glass. However, maybe I'm confused, you can frame a canvas too!
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charleee
Framed art for me
0 Likes   November 7, 2012 at 4:37PM
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simplify52
Framed art!
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jeankris
I have never owned canvas art so I have been thinking about changing it up, but I do love framed art. I have a mixed style of glam and french country.
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jeankris
Do you like this this frame and mat for this print? or the one below with a simple black frame and no mat?
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jeankris
or do you like a simple black frame with no mat?
0 Likes   November 7, 2012 at 7:57PM
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Darzy
With a mat, definately! Love the art too.
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Barnhart Gallery
Either no frame at all, or mat with frame. And what a handsome subject!
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LB Interiors
It's a matter of preference and design style preferred. Framed art lends itself to a more traditional or transitional design. Non framed or wrapped canvas is simpler and more contemporary. Matted art seems to give added depth and substance. I think I would use a cream/beige mat, not too white with the art. Love the horse!
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LB Interiors
Oh, this is an old post...........sorry!
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