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When it comes to buying art, many people fall into the trap of thinking that framed pieces are always better than wall art. However, the opposite can be true in some cases. Before you decide on whether to frame your new piece of art or hang it on canvas, consider these five tips below.

Why you should think twice before framing your artwork
If you're thinking about buying art, you might be wondering whether you should frame it or hang it on a canvas. Here are a few things to consider before making your decision.

Why you shouldn’t worry too much about light damage
If you're buying art, don't worry too much about light damage. While it's true that sunlight can cause fading, it's not a huge concern if you rotate your artwork every few months. Plus, framing your artwork can help protect it from light damage. So if you're worried about light damage, just frame your artwork and enjoy it!

The easiest way to get around how expensive framing can be
One of the great things about wall art is that you can get it in a variety of different ways. For example, you can buy it pre-framed, canvas-only, or as a print that you then frame yourself. If you're looking to save money, buying a print and framing it yourself is the way to go. However, if you want something that's ready to hang and doesn't require any additional work on your part, then opting for a pre-framed piece or canvas art is the way to go.

How big of an impact does the frame make?
When you're buying art, the frame can make a big impact. A lot of people like to frame their art because it can help protect it from damage and make it look nicer. However, framing can also be expensive and it can be difficult to find the right frame for your piece. Hanging art on a canvas is another option that can be cheaper and easier to change if you want to switch up the look of your artwork. Ultimately, it's up to you whether you want to frame your art or hang it on a canvas. If you're collecting art, then you might want to consider both options so that you can find the best way to display your pieces.

There are ways to avoid frame damage if you do hang it on a canvas
If you're buying art, you may be wondering whether you should frame it or hang it on a canvas. While there are benefits to both options, there are also some things to consider. For example, if you hang your art on a canvas, you'll need to be careful to avoid damaging the frame. Here are some tips to help you avoid frame damage

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