Frames, frames, frames
One of the questions that I get most often is, “How would you frame this?”
Well, I’m here to tell you just that. I personally like to keep framing simple to allow the art to shine, and I wanted to share with you some of my favorite frames that are also very affordable.
I especially love the Natural wood option, but all of the colors are great. I use this frame in the listing photos for all of my 18x24 prints.
The profile on these is super slim, which I love because it doesn’t distract from the art, but it does add just a but of interest with the metallic finish.
If you purchase a print that is 11x14 inches or smaller, and you want it to make a bigger visual impact on your wall, I would suggest framing it with a mat. This is especially great if you want to save money by purchasing a smaller print, but you still want it to look larger on your wall. The mat plus the frame creates a more sophisticated look for smaller pieces. These come in packs of 6, so you can either save the remaining for future pieces, or look around at your local framing store for a single option.
I’ve consistently been purchasing my supplies from Blick. They’ve been around since 1911, and they are one of the largest art suppliers in the nation. As an affiliate for Blick, if you ever purchase materials through a link that I’ve provided, I will be compensated a small percentage of your purchase.