tRADITIONAL CUSTOM FRAMING
Here you will find a collection of images that show a more traditional approach to framing. Each includes an explanation of why each frame was chosen, and gives a sense of the many vendors we have to choose from.
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This Minus the Bear print features a silver fillet to echo the diamonds and a scrolled black frame to match the fine details.
Here you can see the detail of the frame, the subtle tracery which matched the scrollwork of the print.
This print from Madame Talbot features a Gemini frame that perfectly matches the color and motifs of the print. The customer didn't want to make it any larger, so we added this small black fillet to provide a visual break between the print and the frame.
This black fillet is a unique offering from All For Show - instead of the traditional expensive fillets, I've chosen to use thin strips of wood that can be dyed to match - making a unique custom solution at a fraction of the price!
Sometimes, a simple solution is best! This thin frame perfectly mimics the width and color of the text in this Justin Santora Flatstock print.
The thin Nielsen frame and color core mat help to edge this Andrew Bird print into the realm of outstanding.
Here you can see that when the black mat is cut on a bevel, it reveals a thin strip of a perfectly matched green.
This Appleseed Cast print is showcased in a cranberry frame from Larson-Juhl, with a thin and delicate fillet that matches the weight of the font.
Here you can see the texture of the frame and the delicate nature of the fillet.