Canvas Printing & Framing
Professional, Gallery Quality Frameless Canvas Prints at Your Fingertips
Make an impression and elevate your living space with our custom canvas printing and framing. Personalize your home with your favorite digital memories in the form of canvas prints made with exceptional quality and rich texture.SHOP CANVAS PRINTS
Custom Canvas Photo Print Choices
Whether it's heartwarming or hilarious, your canvas photo prints will create an unforgettable presentation. Custom canvas depths include 3/4" – your best choice for the widest selection of frames – and 2" to achieve the highest impact.
Why Choose Custom Photo Prints on Canvas?
Your best memories can now be featured in your home or office with quality custom canvas prints. Explore our collection of glare-free canvases to avoid damage from sun exposure to your framed canvas photos. Sunlight can cause glares on traditional glossy photo prints or those fixed behind glass, which limits where you can hang them. However, with canvas picture prints, you get a rich texture and glare-free finish, so your photos look great, even in the brightest spaces.
3 Ways to Create a Canvas Masterpiece
Gallery Wrap Canvas Prints
For canvases that are 1 1/2" - 2" deep, go frameless! Our gallery wrap canvases can stand alone for a clean presentation in your space.
Add a Canvas-Friendly Frame
For canvases that are 3/4" deep, you can add a canvas-friendly frame that is wide and/or deep enough for your canvas prints. And try adding a liner for an extra element of drama. Liners also add support for larger pieces.
Float Your Canvas Art
For any canvas less than 2" deep, you can magically suspend canvas prints inside a floater frame. This is a pro-artist favorite and it’s perfect for modern or abstract paintings.
Featured Collections for Framed Canvas Prints
Give your art the look that Professional Artists and Photographers love with quality canvas print frames. Canvas floater frames, Plein Air frames or Classic Ornate frames – we have the style and quality you need to create a masterpiece.
Framed and Frameless Canvas Prints
Canvas picture prints already offer virtually unlimited possibilities and the choice between frameless and framed canvases gives you even more options. Consider whether you want to hang a large focal piece or create a framed canvas art gallery wall, then select the frames that provide the aesthetic you want.
If you want custom canvas frames to complement your art, explore our collections of renaissance floater frames, plein air frames or ornate frames to give your portraits a classic, formal look. Create the illusion that your canvas is floating on the wall with simple yet impactful canvas floater frames. Or, if you like the frameless look, pick between black, white or mirror image borders to add a light, contemporary feel to your space.
Create canvas prints online at pictureframes.com to transfer your favorite pictures to canvas you can hang in your home and enjoy every day.
Why Choose Us For Your Canvas Prints?
Largest Canvas Frame Selection
You won't find more canvas-friendly frames anywhere, period. We carry it all - from ornate, eco-friendly frames to modern canvas floaters. Browse hundreds of custom frames in any size (found in 1/8" increments).
All Sizes Big & Small
You are not limited by standard sizes with us. We can print as small as 6" x 6" (for those social snaps!), as large as 48" x 96", and ANY SIZE in between. Plus, we can enlarge your image up to six times its original size without compromising image quality.
TLC for Your Walls
Felt pads or bumpers keep the staples found on the back of stretched canvas prints and paintings from scratching your walls. We recommend adding them in each corner.
No More Shallow Canvas
Not everyone offers true gallery-depth canvas like we do. Our stretcher bars are strong and durable, making your canvases gallery-worthy.
Print on the Sides with No Cropping
You don’t have to sacrifice part of your image when you want to print on canvas. (Not all canvas providers offer this, but we do!) Crop your image how you want it, upload it, and we’ll print it your way, no matter the size you choose.
How To Choose a Frame for Your Canvas Prints
The depth of a frame, where your art sits, is called the "rabbet." Choose a frame with a depth the same (or deeper) as your canvas for proper presentation in narrow or floater frames.
For a classic canvas art presentation, wide frames are a stunning choice that work with most canvas depths. If your frame’s rabbet depth is shallower than your canvas, wide frames can help conceal the canvas that may stick out slightly from the back of your frame.
The latest and greatest presentation for canvas art is quickly becoming iconic. Your canvas is magically suspended inside the frame, creating an eye-popping look that is perfect for modern or abstract paintings.
Stretched Canvas Print vs Rolled Canvas Print
Professional Looks with Canvas
Tips on How to Frame a Canvas Print
Unless you are a professional, you may choose to have your rolled canvas print stretched for you. This will make the final framing process significantly easier. Prepare your canvas print frames for display with these helpful tips:
- Choose the right frame
Canvas-friendly frames allow you to frame with confidence knowing the stretcher bar will fit nicely within the confines of the frame. You’ll be able to easily hang your framed canvas photo in no time.
- Traditional frame vs floater frame
For a more classic touch, a traditional frame may be the way to go. A floater frame for canvas prints is an ideal choice for more abstract art or for art that you want displayed unobstructed. Whether you choose a traditional or floater frame, be sure you have sufficient frame depth to fit the art and ensure the canvas doesn’t stick out of the front or back. Check out our blog to learn more about canvas floater frames and you can decide which canvas print styles are best for your pictures.
- Measurements matter
Decide where you want to display your framed canvas prints and prep the space well ahead of time. Measure distance from furniture, ceiling, floors, and other picture frames to avoid gaps or cluttered areas. Mark where you will hang your framed canvas photo prints or art prints, making note of the center points in pencil to help as you center the canvas print.