If you want your artwork to truly shine, it's important to choose the right frame. A frame doesn't just protect your picture, it also enhances the image itself. But with so many options available, how do you choose the perfect frame?
First, consider the color and finish of the frame. This can be a great way to emphasize the image and showcase your personal style. You can even match the frame to your interior décor. Take some time to consider the overall look of your space before you make a choice.
Next, think about the width of the frame. A wide frame might overwhelm a small picture, while a narrow frame won't be bold enough for a large image. Choose a width that complements the style and size of the artwork.
If you're framing gallery canvas art or facemount and metal prints, floater frames are ideal. These frames don't use glass and create a unique look where the art appears to float inside the frame.
For canvases, acrylic, and metal prints, you can use frames that are typically flush with the artwork and leave a quarter inch gap around the edges, creating a gallery type look. You can also choose to have the print slightly recessed to add depth. With these tips in mind, you'll be able to choose the perfect frame to complement and complete your artwork.
FLOATERS IN SOLID WOOD
- Matte Black
- Matte White
- Natural Oak Floater
- Medium Walnut Floater
FLOATERS IN SOLID WOOD WITH A METALLIC FINISH
- Brushed Gold Leaf with a black grain wood black side
- Light Yellow Satin Gilt Floater