From simply separating a piece of art from the frame’s glazing or creating a transition between the work and the frame, to highlighting specific colors and visual elements, playing with proportions or coordinating with current decor, the use of mat boards spans a variety of functions. Mat boards are utilized with many different types of framing projects, and their artistic applications have expanded and evolved over time. Let’s explore these trends as well as their impact on current offerings and how you can leverage them to enhance your framed art and photography.
Bainbridge Alpharag Artcare White 8 Ply Mat Board
This mat board lets its presence be known while keeping the focus on the art. The bright-white, 8-ply rag has a continuous color core and Bainbridge’s patented Artcare™ technology, which helps this mat protect art from pollutants. Its fiber meets the most stringent standards for stability and permanence.
A standout feature is the integration of Bainbridge's patented Artcare™ technology, which actively safeguards your art from the harmful effects of pollutants, and its fiber meets the most stringent standards for stability and permanence. Acid- and lignin-free, as well as fade- and bleed-resistant, it is a testament to the highest standards of quality and preservation, showcasing a seamless and refined look that complements a wide range of artistic styles.