The frame (aka stretcher bars) is one of the most important components of your canvas print. Unlike BrilliantPrints, most canvas printers use pine framing to stretch their prints. Our kiln-dried Meranti timber costs us 40% more than pine, but offers better resistance to twisting, warping and other defects. Our timber is straight-grained, uniform in appearance and sourced from renewable forests. This means that in 30 years your Brilliant Print will look as good as the day it was purchased.
The BrilliantPrints Difference
Many printers use rectangular timber to make their frames. The result is a print that looks great today, but within 12 months shows a visible outline on the front of the canvas.
Our frames are unique in that we profile both sides of the timber. This means your prints sit perfectly flat against the wall and show no visible framing line on the front of the canvas.