Purchasing a print?
NOframe versus FRAMED - Please be sure you know the difference!
FRAMED - Canvas is stretched over a wooden frame and will be ready to hang
NOFramed Or UnFramed means canvas only - The canvas will be rolled up and shipped to you. Great economical choice for the do-it-yourselfer
Please note - Some FRAMED prints are delivered "signature required". It is up to you to keep an eye on your order via tracking.
Please be sure you know the size of the print your order.
Most prints have more than one option. All are listed in both CM and IN.
Because your order is drop-shipped directly to you from our suppliers out of the country, your order takes approx 3-7 days to process and 14-24 days to arrive. Most of the time both are on the lower end of the estimated range except during the holiday season.
Because we rely on a third party shipping co., we cannot guarantee any shipping or delivery times.
NO refunds when tracking number is showing on your order
Thank you for shopping with ASH Wall Decor! We appreciate your business
First and foremost, if you haven’t bought your canvas art already stretched on a frame, please be sure to have it stretched properly over a frame to help reduce movement of the canvas over time due changes in temperature and humidity.
Placement is the next and probably most important step in caring your new canvas wall painting or print. Because your canvas art is not behind glass, sunlight, heat, and moisture and dust can be damaging to your art. Areas in your house to avoid hanging your art would be above fireplaces or other heat sources, places with direct sunlight like near windows, and humid places such as in kitchens (especially near stoves and windows) and bathrooms, where there’s a lot of moisture. If there are windows with blinds close by, turn the blinds to direct sunlight away from your print. These places can cause the paint on your canvas to shrink and/or expand. It’s important to place your art in an area that is well ventilated so that moisture does not build up and cause damage.
To care for your new wall art, simply take a light feather duster or a lint free dry cloth and lightly brush away and dust or debris that might have settled on it. It’s a good idea to remove your wall art a couple times a year and inspect it for any damage such as paint cracking or canvas expansion. If you see signs of this occurring, take your print to a professional and have them restore or restretch your canvas.
Proper placement and routine care of your wall art will lead to years of enjoyment!