The New Faux Art is “Giclée”
If your budget doesn’t have room for an original piece of art, but you want something of quality in your home consider using a giclée. The name giclée originally applied to fine art prints created on Iris printers, a process invented in the late 1980s. But, the word giclée has come to be associated with other types of inkjet printing processes using fade-resistant, archival pigment-based inks and archival substrates on large-format printers.
John-William Interiors offers some of the best giclée available in the marketplace! Using original artwork they are also hand-embellished and come with a wide range of framing options.
You also have the ability to order art (like the one featured above) as a wall murals, which can be attached with a self-adhesive backing.
These giclée can be tailored to almost any wall size from a selection of over 1,200 images. There are contemporary, transitional and traditional art selections, which will enable you to create almost anything your heart desires for a dramatic, one-of-a-kind interior.