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Who has the best Canvas Prints? Gone are the days where the best way to display a treasured photograph was in a traditional frame. Most home decoration TV shows, magazines, and websites feature canvas prints as the most modern-yet-elegant format for showing off your children, favorite scenic shots from a vacation, or even spotlighting your four-legged family members.

Using a canvas print takes your images from a flat, two-dimensional aspect and pops them out as a 3-D work of art. Whether you're buying a canvas print for yourself or as a gift to commemorate a special occasion, ordering it online can save you time and money while still resulting in the pixel-perfect quality you'd expect if you entrusted the project to a local photographer and print shop.

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2 stars
Art

ART

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Starting from $47.99

Art sells exactly what you would expect: wall decor, prints, and other decorations to beautify your home or office. Although their canvas prints are not the main focus of their site, they do form a logical part of what this business has to offer.

The Art brand also owns the All Posters company. Although you'll find the same interface for uploading photos (called Photos To Art on this site and My Photo on All Posters'), same shipping fees starting at $7.99, same delivery speeds - and the same overall lack of options for customization - we did find a few differences.

First, our photos took much longer to upload on the Art site. The first time, we got stuck on the "loading" page and had to refresh the browser. But, we also found one extra canvas size with Art than what was offered on the All Posters' site, which could be important if you have a very specific set of dimensions you're looking to get with your canvas print.

Also, the base prices on Art were considerably higher: an $8 difference on a basic 8x10 canvas print. But, interestingly, the final price was the same when we looked - because All Posters was offering a 50% discount, while Art was offering an 80% discount! This confirmed that, for all intents and purposes, your order at Art is no different from ordering through All Posters, unless you happen to need that one extra canvas size (Art) or you really need a fast upload for your photos (All Posters).

That does give Art two of the same positives: an A+ with the Better Business Bureau, and a 100% satisfaction guarantee where you can return your canvas print for any reason within 30 days of delivery. Art will either replace your purchase or give you a refund.

But, compared with other companies offering canvas prints - and even with its own sister brand - Art just doesn't keep up.

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1.5 stars
Canvas People

CANVAS PEOPLE

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Starting at $44.99, but discounts are likely

Canvas People has been in business since 2009, selling over 1.4 million canvases nationwide.

The company has made some positive changes since our last review. Our photo uploaded quickly, with no resolution issues or other problems. We were also pleased to see so many options:

  • Canvas size (12)
  • Wrapping (2: a standard 0.75" wrap or a thick wrap of 1.25")
  • Effects (3: black and white, sepia color pop)
  • Improvements: 3 (basic brightness, centering, color balance; red eye and time stamp removal; advanced remastering including blemish removal)
  • Frame: Floating or none

Regular pricing at Canvas People is very high: starting at $44.99 for a 4x4 print, all the way up to $194.99 for a 20x48 project. However, there was an automatically-applied 80% discount when we went to place an order; we're guessing that the "promotion" or something like it is usually in place, but there's no guarantee of that.

One minor annoyance: the price we were given for a 4x4 canvas print was $8.99, but it had mysteriously changed to $9.00 between the Create a Canvas page and the order summary.

And a larger irritation? Having to pay $14.95 in shipping for a print that cost less than $10. That's only for regular shipping; if we wanted to get our print delivered in 5-7 days after it's created, we'd have to pay another $14.95, or an additional $24.95 to get it within 3-5 business days. Canvas People recommends ordering 12-14 business days in advance of when you need your print, to make sure you get it in time.

Despite some improvements, Canvas People actually ranks much lower this time around. Why? A rating of "F" with the Better Business Bureau indicates serious issues with the way this company deals with customers. The BBB states that the business has failed to respond appropriately - or at all! - to many customer complaints. Reviews both on the BBB site and elsewhere describe credit cards being charged for orders with no confirmation of an order actually being placed, poorly-printed images (with features not requested or even zooming in on photos when the customer didn't want it done), and an overall lackluster experience.

All of these factors combined to equal a 1.5-star rating for Canvas People; we think you'll have a much more pleasant ordering process if you choose a higher-ranked business in our review.

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When working with an online supplier of canvas prints, you'll find that the best websites will walk you through everything you need to know - from how to select an ideal image, the best canvas size for your selected photograph, which framing to use, and which touch-up services like fixing color balance or adding text elements might give it a special touch.

How can you tell which canvas print company you should use for your next project? Services vary widely, so as you decide which one would meet your needs, keep these factors in mind:

  • Pricing. How much will you pay for the print size you want? Does the company offer any discounts, free or reduced-cost shipping, or other perks that can make it even more affordable? How much will you pay for upgrades like contrast balancing or other features?
  • Reputation. What do previous customers have to say about the quality of the canvas prints they purchased? Does the company have a rating with the BBB?
  • Simplicity. Does the company's website make it as frustration-free as possible to upload your photos and get your canvas print ordered quickly? Is it easy to make changes, add customization, or fix flaws in the photo?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best Canvas Print stores available today. We hope this information helps you design the right canvas print for your home, office, or gift-giving needs!

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