A favorite of Shelby from our showroom, this industrial style frame is versatile and on trend. She selected it to frame an architectural drawing project on distressed paper with a deckled edge. The forged metal look perfectly accentuated the rustic feel of the art.
“It’s appealing because it gives the effect of cast metal,” she said. “It emphasizes any kind of metal qualities in your art while giving it a refined characteristic.”
German Silver Metal Picture Frame
Traci, from our commercial framing department, chose this elegant metal frame to adorn a paint-by-numbers rendition of da Vinci’s “Last Supper” and said it perfectly complemented the art and her decor.
There’s something to be said for simplicity. That’s why Christine from our showroom loves this basic black frame. Its versatility means she’s used it everywhere, from displaying a collection of tea towels to posters and children’s art.
Chris, our commercial framing supervisor, opts for this go-with-everything frame for everything from wedding portraits and graphite drawings, to moody black and white cemetery photographs.
“This frame is simple and elegant,” he said. “I like the rich silver color and the tone harmonizes with a variety of artwork. Basically, it looks amazing with a lot of stuff.”