Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen splashes canvas print colour outdoors

11/9/2010 1:36:31 PM
CanvasRus’s waterproof prints onto canvas have been acclaimed by Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen as his “hero piece”. Interior designer to the stars Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen has designed ITV’s This Morning’s whole patio around one of CanvasRus’s prints on canvas â€" Peacock.

CanvasRus is very proud that they were approached for prints to canvas by the This Morning team on behalf of Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen. He visited each of the eight online galleries and chose three separate images â€" Crystal, from the Contemporary Gallery, Peacock, from the Wild Gallery and Leaf from the Floral Gallery. Five canvas prints were made up for him in total. (two Crystal, two Leaf and one Peacock). All of these were made up as large scale 36x36” canvas pictures which looked stunning both close up and from a distance.

The reason for Laurence’s patio design scheme was to help inspire people to make their outdoor spaces more exciting. “It’s not just about planting â€" but it can be made more fun with decorating.”

In this increasingly dismal and blustery weather does your garden look a little sad and forgotten about? The leaves have dropped and with this recent rain most gardens look sodden and a little tired. CanvasRus has the answer with their Waterproof Canvas Prints. Great for hanging over unsightly external walls, fence panels or just to brighten up a dark corner.

Bring colour and life back to your garden this autumn/winter with Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen’s highly recommended waterproof prints to canvas. You could choose a beautiful floral canvas picture or even an atmospheric seaside landscape. There really is an image for everyone with CanvasRus.

If you’d like more information about the interview Laurence gave about CanvasRus’s canvas printing CLICK HERE. To visit Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen’s website CLICK HERE.

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