Cool blues are a natural choice to highlight the white snow, as well as the grays, blacks, and silver tones of this winterscape.
It’s true in love and in art: opposites attract. Draw your viewer’s eye to your work with a shock of color that accentuates the stark neutrals in this piece.
This blue-gray shade highlights the gray tones in the piece and enhances the cool, wintry feel.
White, black, and red: it’s a classic color combination. The daring color contrasts the absence of color in this snowy scene. Your eye is drawn to the art, and you can almost feel the chilly air yourself.
It’s amazing how much a frame can change the look of a piece. With the addition of the playful purple, this image turns less somber and more inviting, practically demanding you to build a snowman.
This shimmering frame draws out the subtle silvers and grays in the picture, and enhances its frigid feel.
Shiny Rose Gold
Like the gleaming of a gold hue? Try rose gold as well. It provides the same opulent look with an added warmth, increases the level of sophistication, and invites the viewer in.
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Laura Jajko is President of American Frame and a longtime contributor to "A Good Frame of Mind." Here, she delights in bonding with others over her love of art and framing. With more than 40 years of practical experience, she brings a unique perspective in a straightforward style that she hopes will spark lots of interesting and relevant dialogue in our online community. Connect with Laura directly here on the blog or follow her on Twitter @LauraJajko.