Frame Selection Guide

Once you’ve selected a beautiful photo to print, the next step is to choose the right frame – that will enhance your photo and transform it into a true work of art. The good news is that choosing a picture frame is easy once you know the basics.
We help you by sharing all the secrets of choosing a picture frame, be it metal, wood, black or white.

As a natural material, wood has a warm and classic atmosphere.

Passepartout, there are two purposes: first, to prevent the image from touching the glass, and second, to frame the image and improve its visual appeal. The aperture in the Passe section is usually chamfered to avoid shadows being reflected in the image.

On the right you will see a few examples

Tip 1: Do not place too much emphasis on matching certain colors in your photo to the color of the frame. Instead, consider the overall tone of the image when choosing a frame.

Tip 2: Choose a lighter frame for casual or simple art – and choose a darker frame for the coolest or more formal pieces.

Tip 3: Matching the frame to your current room decor is more important than matching the color of the picture to the frame itself. Choose a frame that either complements your current decor or adds just the right contrast spark.

Tip 4: To make sure the image stands out, make sure the color of the frame is not too similar to the color of the wall.

Tip 5: The color of the wallpaper and frame should be different. When they are too similar, attention is paid to the frame rather than the work of art.

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Frame materials

Frame materials

Our high-quality frames are made of real wood (oak) or aluminum. The glass is greasy and looks bright acrylic. Fastened brackets behind the frame. The brackets allow mounting either horizontally or vertically.

Frame dimensions:

Wooden frames (white and oak)
Width: 13 mm
Depth: 21 mm

Metal frames (black and silver)
Width: 8 mm
Depth: 18 mm