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Canvas HQ continues to be the first-choice site for ordering high-quality canvas prints. Unlike most companies in the industry, they don't rely on "discounts" (which seem to always be available) to offer low prices. Instead, Canvas HQ shows customers their everyday pricing very transparently on their site - and they're very affordable.
You can easily see this for yourself: a flat 8x10 canvas sells for $17.95. Framing depths range from 0.75" to 2", and prices vary accordingly from $36.95 to $52.95. Looking for something much larger? Canvas HQ's prints top out at an incredible 40x60 size, priced from $130.95-$391.95, depending on the framing depth you select.
Shipping costs are also excellent: you can get free delivery, and you won't even have to wait until the next century for your order to come, because even this complimentary delivery comes with an estimated timeframe of 9-14 calendar days. If you need it a little sooner, you can pay $9.95 for FedEx Ground and get it within a week, $24.95 for 2-day air, or $34.95 for next-day air.
To start your canvas print, you first select your favorite image from your computer, or from your Facebook, Instagram, or Dropbox account. You'll soon see that Canvas HQ has one of the most technologically up-to-date interfaces for creating your perfect canvas print. Instead of having to click through multiple screens, adding features or selecting from options, you'll find them all on the same screen as your image. We suggest clicking on the 3D option, so that you can see exactly how your canvas print is coming along in real life! (Note: you won't see image effects applied to your image, only what you've selected for frame depth, the type of image wrapping, and so on. You can also name your canvas and provide Canvas HQ with any special instructions you may have.
And, unless you specifically request them not to, Canvas HQ will provide free image retouching. This includes services that usually come for an extra fee on competitor sites, including teeth whitening and blemish removal, people removal (bye-bye, photobombers!), straightening horizons, trash removal, centering, and much more. If you paid for these services a la carte with another business, you'd easily spend at least $20 if not more. But, if this isn't your thing, you just toggle the switch on the interface.
Like the best companies in any industry, Canvas HQ has a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee: get a replacement or full refund if you're unhappy for any reason. Just make your request within 30 days of getting your canvas print. Plus, everything they sell has a lifetime guarantee that it won't bubble, fade, or crack over time.
You probably won't be surprised to find out that customers love Canvas HQ. You can see this for yourself on the site's testimonials page, where you can read what customers have had to say and also the images they ordered. You might even get some inspiration for your next order! Unfailingly, shoppers say that Canvas HQ delivers on every promise they make, and then some.
Canvas HQ sets the standard for attention to detail, customer satisfaction, and transparent, reasonable pricing with no guessing games. They've earned our first-place ranking among companies that sell the best canvas prints.
Simple Canvas Prints may not have been in business as long as some of the companies in our review, but they've made a splash in just a few years. Based in Central Florida, this business has a whole list of perks designed to inspire your trust, earn your business, and, most of all, to provide you with "museum quality canvas prints, guaranteed for life".
Right away, Simple Canvas Prints wanted to grab our attention. We had overlapping pop-ups/notifications asking if we'd like to be notified of any Private VIP Deals, as well as a $10 + 10% discount for entering our email address. Plus, at the time we visited the site, there was an ongoing promotion of free shipping, 75% off, and a $10 discount on any orders over $100.
So, what about those perks we mentioned? First, Simple Canvas Prints has a "100% Love It" Guarantee - that they stand by completely. You'll be blown away by their policy: no matter if the mistake is yours or theirs, no matter the reason, you can get a full refund on any canvas print you order, no questions asked. They'll even refund your original shipping costs. You only need to send in a small section of the canvas - not the whole thing - so even your return shipping costs can be as inexpensive as a stamp.
If you'd like professional help in making your image flawless, Simple Canvas Prints has three choices:
Creating your finished product is easy with Simple Canvas Prints. Pick your favorite photo from Instagram or Facebook, or choose a saved image from your computer to get started. At first glance, we were disappointed: it looked like we were only being offered a total of four canvas sizes: 8x8, 10x10, 12x12, and 20x20. Then we realized that we had to select the layout we preferred, and it defaulted to "square". We found many more sizes under the Portrait and Landscape buttons, ranging from 8x10 up to 30x36.
Next, you'll start customizing your overall look. You can get your canvas rolled or with a 0.75" wrap at no extra charge, or pay an extra $20 for the 1.5" wrap. Then, choose whether you want the image to wrap over the sides, or if you'd prefer black or white sides. If you want to crop your image, resize it or zoom, you'll find that on the following screen. You can also get photo filters; black/white and sepia or free, and oil painting, comic book, and pop art are available for an extra $4.99. You won't see a preview of how your uploaded image will look with these filters, so you may want to try that out on your image using your phone first.
Want a museum quality image? You can get a Fine Art Pearl Finish for $6.99. Need a black frame? That's $32.40. Hardware for hanging is also extra, but reasonably priced.
The only "extra" that left us scratching our heads a little was the "Win $99 in Cash!" contest; we could pay 99 cents to enter a drawing for a chance to be one of 5 lucky monthly winners. We're not sure why Simple Canvas Prints threw that in there.
We were also puzzled as we watched the price of our canvas go up and down as we clicked through the order screens. We started with a basic 8x8 with an exorbitant initial price of more than $100 - but, like many canvas print companies, there are always discounts in place, so our actual prices was more like $4.99. But, while we clicked through the different screens, that price went up to as much as $27 even when we hadn't added features or changed anything. Fortunately, by the time we got to the order page, everything was as expected.
We were really excited to see that our order would ship for free if we spent at least $10; that definitely motivated us to buy an extra print. When we did this, however - simply by changing our quantity from 1 to 2 - we found that we were being charged $4.99 for the first print and $26.05 for the second copy of the exact same image and style. There was no explanation as to why the price changed. It did make us eligible for that free shipping, though, so we could expect that they would take 14-18 business days in production and another 4-6 for delivery.
If you need your order faster than that, you can opt for $9.98 regular delivery (6-8 business days production, 4-6 for delivery) or $16.98 expedited (1-2 business days in production, 1-4 business days for delivery). Even those fees are some of the most reasonable we found among companies selling canvas prints.
It's easy to see why customers are crazy about Simple Canvas Prints. Low prices, reasonable shipping costs (with the possibility of free shipping too), and an ironclad customer satisfaction guarantee are all extremely compelling when you look at what other businesses have to offer. And, across the board, people are very pleased with the end results: high-quality canvas prints that last and a business that stands by what it sells.
Although we saw a few glitchy things during the order process, our overall experience was a good one. As you consider the various companies that want to earn your business, you'll have a hard time finding many that offer as much as Simple Canvas Prints.
For more than 15 years, Canvas On Demand has been creating a wide variety of print gifts: more than 3 million images since 2002.
You'll find an almost overwhelming variety of canvas print options with this company - and an ordering process that feels a little bit backwards. First, you'll need to have an idea if you want Premium or Traditional Canvas. Premium comes in the following sizes and includes an extended 2-year warranty:
You have even more options with Traditional, available in both 0.75" and 1.5" wraps, Their most popular sizes, which ship in 2-3 business days, are 11x14, 16x20, 20x24, 24x36, and 30x40. But, if you have a custom size, you can select any dimensions in whole-inch measurements from 8x8 up to a maximum of 55x100; these custom orders ship in 3-5 business days.
Canvas On Demand's list prices are very high. We went through the ordering process and found that an 8x8, Traditional Canvas print had a "regular" price of $57. Fortunately, there were discounts already in place, and our price dropped to a much more agreeable $28.
We opted to upload a photo from our computer, though we appreciated having the ability to choose an image from our Facebook account as well. (Adding Instagram capabilities might be a good move for selling to the younger set, too.) Unlike our previous experience with Canvas On Demand, this time we were able to easily preview our selected photo, see what it would look like to apply a black-and-white or sepia effect, and see how it would look with a color blur, image, black, or white edge.
The next screen told us that we could add a Professional Review for $9.95, which would include personalized suggestions and a satisfaction guarantee that gives a reprint at no additional cost if the final product is less-than-perfect. Then, we had the choice of adding Retouching services for an extra $19.95; this includes removing redeye/date stamps, teeth whitening/removing facial blemishes, sharpening/enhancing the image, and so on.
When we got to the order summary page, we weren't thrilled that our shipping costs were $14.90 on a canvas print that cost $28. Canvas On Demand doesn't have a standard list of shipping fees; instead, you have to add items to your shopping cart to get an "estimated shipping rate". We'd definitely prefer to know the cost upfront, like many of their competitors provide.
Despite all of these seemingly negative points, why does Canvas On Demand still earn a 3.5-star rating? That's an easy answer: customer satisfaction. We found thousands of reviews from extremely happy shoppers, with almost all of them giving this business a perfect rating in terms of quality, customer service, and timely delivery. This reputation is further strengthened by an "A+" rating with the Better Business Bureau.
While you probably will pay more for it, your canvas print from Canvas on Demand is likely to exceed your expectations and be a beautiful addition to your home or office decor.
For almost 10 years, Canvas Pop has been an innovator in the canvas prints market. They were the first canvas printing service to offer Instagram and Facebook photo printing - which has now become a hallmark of most top-rated print companies.
You'll find them mentioned in the New York Times, on Good Morning America, and many other places. Here's why:
What about the actual process of designing and ordering a canvas print? It doesn't get easier: select a saved image on your device, or choose one from IG or FB. Ours loaded very quickly from our laptop. Once you choose the size, you'll need to select your frame and edge options. We loved how Canvas Pop shows photos of what each option looks like, making it so much easier to visualize our project. Rolled canvas is the default; if you want a frame, it'll add from $21 to $46, depending on the depth and color you want. Or, if you want a black border, white border, or photo wrap, those are available at no extra charge. Add a digital proof for free by entering the desired email address for its delivery.
Finally, if you want any filters/effects or advanced design services, make sure to expand the Advanced Options section. You do have to pay extra for things like whitening teeth or removing people from a photo; prices range from $9.95 to $49.95, depending on the level of services you're requesting.
Pricing was affordable. For our image, we were given 4 suggested sizes ranging from 8x10 to 30x40, at costs from $33 to $169. As we browsed the Canvas Pop site, we got a pop-up offer of a 45% discount. Unlike most website pop-ups, this one didn't require an email address and/or newsletter subscription to get the discount. Instead, we were taken to Canvas Pop's Coupons and Deals page where we found the coupon code for our discount. We liked that! Plus, if you happen to be a designer, photographer, or artist, get in touch with their support team for additional savings, because Canvas Pop "loves supporting great art and design".
There are two shipping options: $14.00 for standard shipping and $39.00 for rush shipping. Standard has a production time of 5-7 days, plus 3-7 business days for delivery, while rush comes with a 3-day production time and 4 business day delivery window.
What do people have to say about Canvas Pop? Check out social media for yourself: you'll find lots of glowing comments on their Facebook and Twitter feeds. Everywhere we looked, their reputation was fantastic. This reputation would be even better if, in the future, Canvas Pop can also secure a rating and/or accreditation with the Better Business Bureau; they had no rating (positive or negative) at the time of our review.
Canvas Pop is a company that genuinely cares about the quality of the products they sell and about their customers. We're sure you'll enjoy your experience if you select their services for your canvas prints.
Easy Canvas Prints is an established seller of - you guessed it - canvas prints and other printed photo items. With a home base in Texas, this company manufactures and ships all of their products within the United States.
Like we noticed with the majority of companies offering canvas prints, Easy Canvas Prints has expensive "everyday" pricing that is offset by "limited-time sales". You'd have to shop there over several months to see for sure, but our guess is that you'll always find something the site is celebrating - and willing to give you a discount because of it. When we went to order a basic 8x8 canvas print, the "regular" price was a whopping $69.98 but the "new" price was a very affordable $4.95.
Easy Canvas Prints has 7 basic sizes:
You can also enter a custom set of dimensions, with the largest combination being 40x40.
You'll need to upload an image, either from photos saved to your device or from Instagram. (We think the older set might appreciate it if Easy Canvas Prints added a Facebook option as well.) We chose one from our laptop and it uploaded super-fast. We really liked how, as we looked at different size options, it showed us what a canvas print of that size might look like in a typical room.
After hitting the Continue button, you'll see the various options you have for your canvas. Select between the standard 0.75" standard wrap, or select the deeper 1.5" gallery wrap for an additional $3.15. You can actually drag the preview image around to see how your changes will look in the finished product. We noticed that the wrap seems to only have a mirror option, which looked a little funny seeing the subject of our photo having an extra ear along one of the edges; a more traditional wrap option could be an easy improvement for Easy Canvas Prints.
Other available options include framing, open back vs. dust cover or canvas stand, colored borders instead of image wrap (choose grey, black, or white), or color effects like black/white and sepia. Many of these changes are included at no extra charge.
Clicking on the "Add to Cart" button, you'll probably get a pop-up asking if you'd like a more advanced hanging option: wall mount for $1.49 or a wall hanging system for $4.99, complete with a small diagram showing how each one is installed.
What was glaringly missing from the Easy Canvas Prints? Image retouching. Most services offer - usually at an extra cost - the option to have timestamps deleted, color balanced, even teeth whitened and facial blemishes removed. We didn't see that anywhere on this site.
Shipping was also on the high side. For a print that cost only $4.95, our lowest-cost shipping option was $10.99 for no-rush shipping with delivery in approximately 17 days. This choice came with the offer of an email voucher for a future discount of 65% on metal, wood, and pillows. Standard shipping with 8-10 business day delivery was $12.99, while 3-4 business day delivery cost $29.49 and 1-2 business day, expedited shipping would set us back just under $70.
How does Easy Canvas Prints measure up against the competition in terms of quality? For the most part, people are very satisfied with the entire experience, from placing an order to getting a high-quality print delivered when expected. We found thousands of five-star reviews in the last 12 months alone, which is impressive.
On the other hand, the company had a "B+" grade with the Better Business Bureau at the time of our review. Why? It has everything to do with Easy Canvas Prints' use of the phrase "100% Satisfaction Guarantee". According to the BBB, business can only use that phrase if they will refund a customer's purchase price in full at their request. However, Easy Canvas Prints only covers manufacturer defects and limits that to a 90-day period.
At the end of the day, if you're looking for high-quality prints, you can probably trust the many happy customers who love what they've gotten from Easy Canvas Prints. We do recommend that you start with an image that you like as-is, with no retouching needed, since that feature is unavailable with this service.
Canvas Champ proudly proclaims that they offer "Cheap Canvas Prints!" These prints include canvas, of course, but also wood, acrylic and metal, as well as photo pillows, banners, engraved plaques, and much more.
Watch for special offers: when we visited the Canvas Champ site, almost immediately we got a pop-up saying we could get a free 8x8 canvas print on an order of more than $25 if we gave them our email address. Canvas Champ also offers a complimentary rewards program; for every $2 you spend, you'll get 1 reward point. Rewards can be redeemed in groups of 10 points for a $1 discount. There are higher-tier rewards at spend levels of $1000 and $4000; you'll find more information by clicking on the Rewards Program link at the top of the page.
At first glance, Canvas Champ's selection of canvas sizes looks small: 5x7, 8x8, 11x14, 16x20, 20x30, and custom. But, looking around a little further, we found many more options that included mosaic prints, hexagon-shaped canvas, and multi-panel, split-style canvas in diptych, triptych, and quadriptych styles.
Like many of the canvas print companies we reviewed, Canvas Champ's "regular" prices are high, starting at a whopping $63.55 for a 5x7 print. However, there was an equally-hefty 93% discount in place, bringing our total down to a much more attractive price of $4.45.
The interface for uploading photos was easy to use: choose an image from your computer, or connect with your Facebook or Instagram account to select a photo there. Our image loaded quickly. Make sure to check the tabs at the top of the page once you've uploaded your photo, or you'll miss the chance to select the following options:
On our order, our shipping options were $7.99 for standard (delivery within 14 calendar days), $28.98 for express (delivery within 10 calendar days), and $38.98 for priority (delivery within 5 calendar days).
Canvas Champ has two customer-friendly guarantees. First, if you find a better published price for your canvas print, they'll match that price and give you an extra 10% discount on your order. Second, if you find any errors in printing, design, or materials, you can request a full refund or replacement.
This last guarantee is particularly important: although many customers are very happy with the canvas prints they received from the company, we found more than a few who said that the prints were lesser quality than they expected. If you're an average consumer who just wants a fun way to display some family photos, you may not notice or care; however, avid photographers and print experts may find flaws that they can't ignore. We also found several instances where customers had a hard time getting a satisfactory response from Canvas Champ, with even the reprints coming out as poor quality. These prints typically ship from India, so as you might imagine there are also complaints about orders damaged during shipping.
On the other hand, Canvas Champ is an accredited business with the BBB and maintained an excellent "A" rating at the time of this updated review. They also have thousands of reviews across various sites that do give them 4- and 5-star ratings, so obviously they're still doing many things right. For this reason, Canvas Champ gets an extra half-star in their rating, compared with their previous review; we're hopeful that they will continue in a positive direction and possibly resolve some of the print quality and shipping issues that have been a problem for a number of customers in the past.
Based in Texas, Canvas Press has been offering paper, metal, and canvas prints since opening in 2006. Their prints are all made in and shipped from the USA, allowing for faster delivery and higher-quality prints than services who make and ship canvas prints overseas.
One perk that Canvas Press offers that we didn't see with all of the companies in our review is a free image consultation. When you click the "help" button on the navigation bar, you'll find the link to the form to fill out and to upload your photo. You'll be contacted by a Canvas Press representative who will get any extra information needed and answer your questions prior to placing your order.
You'll find an appealing variety of canvas sizes with this company:
You'll also get four different mounting/border options: 0.75", 1.5", 2", and non-stretched canvas. If you opt for one of the wrapped styles, you can select a mirror, image, or color wrap. Canvas options range from standard with a satin finish, museum matte, or museum glossy.
Everyday pricing is higher than most, starting at $41.33 for an 8x8, 0.75" canvas print. But, when we went to place an order, there was a seasonal promotion in placed offering a discount of 50% on canvas prints up to the 36x48 size.
To get started, you can click on the bright pink/red Create a Canvas Print button at the top of the page. You'll need to know the thickness you want right away, since it's the first selection you have to make. We didn't love that we either had to upload an image or get it from Flickr; we would love to see social media upload options like Instagram or Facebook as well. It took a long time to upload our selected image from our laptop; competitor sites had it ready to go in a second or two, while we waited more than a minute for it to appear on the Canvas Press Design Tool. It never did. We refreshed the screen and tried uploading again, to no avail. That was a definite frustration and disadvantage; most customers would probably walk away at that point, no matter how good the service is otherwise.
Shipping is much more expensive at Canvas Press than with most of their competitors. Ground Shipping starts at $20 for a package less than 17" and goes all the way up to $50 for packages measuring more than 40". If you need 3-day express/overnight delivery, you're looking at a range of $35/$55 to $95/$120.
On a positive note, customers have great things to say about the quality of the canvas prints received from Canvas Press. Fast delivery, excellent image reproduction, and better-than-average materials are some of the compliments the business receives on a regular basis. Better yet, Canvas Press offers a 30-day replacement policy and a lifetime guarantee on workmanship and materials.
If you can get the uploading tool to work for you, Canvas Press is a good choice for higher-quality canvas prints that are printed in and shipped from the US. Just be prepared for it to cost a little extra for both the print itself as well as the shipping.
All Posters comes across as a jack-of-all trades when it comes to images: posters, t-shirts, novelty items, and art prints are just a few of the things that this company offers for sale. In the past, we were less-than-impressed with what they had to offer with respect to canvas prints. Has anything changed? Yes - and no.
Although All Posters may have regular pricing that is more expensive than the competition, we saw a "50% off everything" discount on the day we went to place an order. This could mean a significant savings over other sites, if you're able to get a similar offer at the time you're shopping.
We also were pleased to see that All Posters has added a 100% satisfaction guarantee since the last time we visited. If you're unsatisfied for any reason, you can receive a replacement or full refund within 30 days of receipt.
Both of those things are positive changes we spotted on the All Posters site. On the other hand, we still found that we couldn't see any pricing or other information on canvas prints until we actually uploaded a photo. That process did go more quickly than before, but we would have liked the chance to see a basic price list.
We found a total of 9 canvas sizes, 7 rectangular and 2 square. That is also an improvement over All Posters' previous selection. You can choose between museum and gallery canvas wrap: museum has black, hand-painted sides and is more formal, while gallery wraps the image around the sides and is best suited for more informal displays.
But, if you're looking for any kind of customization, you won't find it here. We found exactly none within the canvas prints category: no options to add text, no image touch-ups, zero.
And, the free shipping that All Posters used to offer? Not anymore. You can get standard shipping with delivery in 4-8 calendar days for $7.99, 2-day shipping for $19.99, or overnight shipping for $24.99. That's definitely not an improvement.
We also discovered that All Posters is part of the Art family of brands - which would explain why the two sites are so similar when it comes to ordering canvas prints. On a positive note, Art maintained an "A+" rating with the Better Business Bureau at the time of our review, which encompasses the All Posters brand as well.
Overall, All Posters has come a long way from our previous review, by adding an excellent satisfaction guarantee, increased canvas sizes, and a solid reputation with the BBB. But, when it comes to options for modifying images, they still come up short. But, if you're looking for a basic canvas print of a photo that is already high quality and there happens to be a good promotional discount available, All Posters could still be worth looking at.
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.
Canvas Discount is part of the Bestcanvas family, with headquarters in Miami. They offer several types of photo products, including photo gifts, home decor, and canvas prints.
When you click on the Create Canvas button, it will automatically open your downloads folder - no option to choose images from Facebook, Instagram, or other sources. Available canvas sizes ranged from 8x8 up to 40x60, with pricing from $9 to $160. As with most sites, these prices reflected a "discount" that's more likely to be their everyday pricing.
With an 8x8 print, we were given the option of adding an easel back for $9. We could only get one frame thickness, 0.75", though larger print sizes included a deeper thickness if desired. Other options included edge design (black, white, folded, stretched, or mirrored), framing, and black-and-white effects. We could also add a text box, if desired.
We were surprised that our options ended there. Canvas Discount doesn't offer any kind of image retouching, and their add-ons were very limited compared with other canvas print companies. Shipping options were similarly sparse: $9.90 for express delivery. Nothing more, nothing less. Given that's an amazing price for fast shipping, we weren't bothered by not having more options. Although there was also no production/delivery timeframe mentioned on the order page, we did find that orders are guaranteed ready to ship within 24 hours, which is equally impressive. And, if your order happens to be more than $70, your shipping is free.
Do they deliver on their promises? Canvas Discount's reputation is definitely a mixed bag. On the one hand, we found quite a few repeat customers who've been pleased with their canvas prints over months or even years, with no problems related to quality, customer service, or delivery. On the other hand, Canvas Discount's parent company, Bestcanvas, Inc., had an unimpressive rating of "C-" with the Better Business Bureau at the time of our review. The BBB said that the Bestcanvas site made many claims of being the best rated canvas shop, the world market leader in production, and so forth; we found similar claims on this website and saw for ourselves that the places they claimed to have top rankings were not accurate.
One positive is that we did see responses from Canvas Discount representatives on every site where we found complaints, which shows that they are making the effort to address customer concerns.
We appreciate that they offer a 110% price guarantee, and although it's not prominently featured on the site, they do seem to have a satisfaction guarantee as well. According to the return and refund policy, you can contact them within 30 days if you're unhappy for any reason. But, they don't specify that they promise you a refund no matter what. Instead, it says "we will confirm your complaint and then advise on how to proceed". This isn't the most reassuring customer satisfaction policy we've ever seen.
And, if you want to reach a representative, you're limited to a 5-hour window, Monday through Friday, from 11a to 4p EST. This includes their live chat as well as their toll-free number.
The shopping experience with this business might be summarized best by one word: "inconsistent". When Canvas Discount gets it right, their finished products are amazing, but unfortunately, they don't seem to maintain that in a way that customers can trust no matter what their canvas print order entails.
We want to like Canvas Discount for their fast production time, low prices, and sometimes-amazing canvas prints. But, with less-than-consistent results, a low rating with the BBB, and a difficult-to-reach customer service department, we have our concerns about how our order would be handled and if we'd get an end product that left us happy.
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:
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.
At first, Photo Canvas Land looks like a good-if-outdated site for buying Canvas Prints. Our photo loaded quickly into their canvas print creator tool, and we were given a recommended set of canvas sizes based on our image ratio (which we didn't get with many of the other sites we reviewed). The total number of available canvas sizes was impressive: 13 in our recommended set, plus an additional 27 in other aspect ratios.
We could choose among a rolled canvas, or between wraps with thicknesses of 0.75" or 1.5". Next, we could choose bleed options with or without mirror, black sides or white sides. Premium options included black dust cover/hanging wire/bumpers, and Matte Fine Art Coating. Everything looked great. We were even happier to see all of their product pricing clearly displayed, along with everyday low shipping costs of $8.95 for a timeframe of 4 business days and $24.95 for expediting shipping within 2 business days. These prices would have put Photo Canvas Land far out in front of most companies offering canvas prints.
But, we started noticing details that left us wondering if Photo Canvas Land is still in business. First, when we tried calling the "Contact Us" number on the site, we got a generic voicemail that didn't even mention the company. Then, when we looked up the physical address for the business, it looked like the unit where it used to be located was vacant in the photo on Google Maps. All of the customer testimonials on the website are dated 2017 or earlier, and there are no posts to the company's Facebook page after 2017 either.
It didn't get any easier. We couldn't find a listing for Photo Canvas Land with the Better Business Bureau, and there were no current, verified customer reviews - positive or negative - to consider.
If Photo Canvas Land is legitimately up and running, we think their pricing looks amazing. But, with every indication that they've closed their doors, we can't recommend them for your canvas print order.
Best Canvas Prints
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.
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:
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!
Types of Pictures That Make Good Canvas Prints
We've all had a "Kodak" moment. Maybe it was the first time you saw a baby fawn taking its first steps in a field. Maybe it was that fantastic waterfall you encountered at the end of a hike in the wilderness. Or maybe it was just your grandma, sitting on her rocking chair on the front porch of her hundred-year-old home. Whatever the moment, we've all had one where we just knew it would make a memorable photo.
Photos that can only be classified as "Kodak" moments definitely are the kinds that make excellent canvas art.
But what, exactly, is canvas art?
Canvas art is created through a specialized printer which requires special eight to 12 color inkjet printers containing UV-resistant ink. You want to use UV-resistant ink because if the canvas will be hung on a wall, it most likely will at some point be exposed to sunlight, which can cause it to fade. UV-resistant ink helps to slow the fading process. The printer is designed to accommodate canvas, which is heavier than most of the kinds of paper we use in our home and office printers.
A high-resolution photo or digital image is then taken, scanned into a computer, and printed onto the canvas with the special printer.
Once you understand the process, it is much easier to choose photos or digital images which would lend themselves to the creation of a good canvas piece.
The first step in choosing a picture that would make a good canvas print is to make sure the image being used is of a high resolution. Most new cameras are capable of 8 to 12 megapixel images, with more expensive digital SLR cameras able to produce even higher resolutions. The general rule of thumb is if the image isn't at least 350 dpi (dots per inch), it will not reproduce well onto canvas. If you are unsure whether your photo or digital image is of good enough quality for printing onto canvas, consider consulting a professional photographer or canvas art business before placing an order. They should be able to review the image or print photo and tell you if it will reproduce well.
If the quality of the photo is acceptable, you also may want to ask the printing company if they are able to edit or "brush up" the photo for you. Issues like red eye, smears and even dust on the lens of the camera can transfer to your canvas art. These are all things that with the right photo-editing equipment - such as Photoshop - can be altered to create a better-looking image.
Among some of the images which have found their way onto canvas include:
The list of what can be transferred to canvas is endless and truly depends on the taste of the individual who is ordering the piece.
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