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Frequently Asked Kids Canvas Art Questions

Kids Canvas Art by Ashley Furniture HomeStore
Decorating a kid’s room can be a challenge. But with premium designs and materials, Ashley Furniture HomeStore makes it easy to find the perfect pieces that suit your home, your child and their unique style personality. From kids canvas art to wall decals to throw pillows, you won’t find a selection of kids decor that compares in price and quality.

How Do I Care for Canvas Art?
Of all the wall decor available, canvas art is by far the easiest piece of art to maintain and care for. All you need is a soft cotton cloth or a microfiber rag that’s been soaked in soapy water. Gentle soaps will make sure you don’t damage the paints and inks on the painting while ensuring dust and grime get wiped away. If you want to spend less time cleaning your canvas art, you can easily frame these pieces so that dust and debris can’t penetrate into the layers of precious paint.

What Size Canvas Art for a Kid's Room?
There are a few standard canvas wall art sizes that you need to know. Small kids canvas wall art is anything between 18 to 24 inches long. These pieces are best hung as pairs or in asymmetrical clusters. Anything between 24 to 36 inches long would be considered medium-sized wall art. Large pieces of wall art are considered between 33 to 40 inches long and are generally mounted alone to create that classic, museum-style look. Anything over 40 inches long would be considered oversized, requiring a large, grand room to house the piece.

What are Cool Canvas Art Layouts for a Kid's Room?
There are a few rules of thumb on where to hang canvas wall art. Oftentimes you’ll see kids wall art above a dresser or over the bed. Sometimes, a large piece of decor can be mounted above a desk depending on the size. But use your kid’s room as an opportunity to be imaginative and a little experimental – go ahead break the rules! Canvases can be mounted as a set of two or three to create a mix and match feel or break up one large image into a series. You could even be more creative and create a gallery wall of canvas art, framed art and mirrors to showcase your child’s unique passions. If you do decide to be more original with your kids room wall decor, ask your child for input and even get them involved in this fun family activity. Need wall decor inspiration? Check out this blog.