Our Frames

Custom Built Every Time

Our frames are cut and build for every single print and it's made to ensure a perfect fit. If you want your artwork ready to hang, you must first choose your frame, and then decide if you would like a mat or not.
choosing a frame for wall art
There are four choices of frames, each in a variety of colors.
  1. Gallery Wood Frame
  2. Derby Wood Frame
  3. Granby Ornate Wood Frame
  4. Antique Wood Frame (sold out)
  5. Ashford Metal Frame
  6. Framed Floating Canvas

Frame Types:

1. Gallery Wood Collection - Our most popular frames
  • Colors: Black, White, Natural, Light Walnut
  • Frame Face 3/4” | Frame Depth 1-1/4”
  • Standard Acrylic that filters up to 82-85% of UV rays
Frame choice for artwork
    2. Derby Wood Frame
    • Colors: Black, White, Hazel, Wheat
    • Flat profile face that is 1 ¼” wide

    White Derby wood frame

    3. Granby Ornate Wood Frame

    • Colors: Gold and Silver
    • Ornate wood frame style with a flat profile face that is 1 ⅜” wide
    • Finished with an antique-style gilded pattern wrap

    4. Antique Wood - Our choice for a vintage look with a modern twist. 

    • Colors: Gold or Silver
    • A lightly distressed finish available in Silver or Gold
    • Frame Face 13/16” | Frame Depth 13/16”
    • Standard Acrylic that filters up to 82-85% of UV rays

     5. Ashford Metal Frame

    • Colors: Black, White, Silver, Gold
    • Thin metal frame style, with a flat profile face that is ⅜” wide
    • Made from extruded aluminum that’s either anodized or powder coated 

    6. Canvas Floater Frame - Perfect for oversized large wall art
    • Colors: Black, White, Natural, Walnut
    • 1/4-inch “float” between canvas and frame
    • Frame Face 1/4” | Frame Depth 1-1/4”

    Mat Styles

    Art prints look great framed with a Single Mat but you can also choose no mat. If your print includes a signature or edition number, we’ll leave a border to show it.
    No Mat / Full Bleed
    • Our mats are all acid-free and completely archival.
    • Frame the print to the edge of the frame. Acrylic spacers or a shadowbox spacer can be added to keep art from touching the acrylic. 
    Single Mat
    • Most common mat style. Available between 1/2 - 5”. 

      Care Instructions
      To clean, use a small amount of mild soap and lukewarm water with a soft cloth or sponge. Cleaners designed for acrylic are also okay to use. To dry, blot gently with a lint-free cloth. For dust, remove by blowing on the acrylic. 

      Cleaning Don'ts
      • Do not use your hand or a dry cloth to remove dust. 
      • Do not use Windex or products that contain ammonia. 
      • Do not use abrasive materials while cleaning the plexiglass. 


      IMPORTANT: Sometimes frames are packaged and shipped individually. 
          
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