Bravo: Five New Profiles Add Excitement to this Custom Picture Frame Collection

If you are in need of a strong, geometric, and substantial profile, check out the latest additions to the Bravo Collection of fine art custom picture frames; well dressed formal black picture frames for maximum sophistication and style.

framed artwork with a bravo frame

Look to Bravo when a work of art calls for a bit of understated drama. These transitional profiles will be at home in both contemporary and traditional décor as in the picture we show above. Crafted from solid wood, its shapes have body and weight and can certainly stand on their own; yet, in working will mix well with other frame treatments in groupings thanks to its clean lines and smooth, matte black gesso finishes.

I believe that you will find Bravo to be as useful as it is beautiful. The picture frames in this compilation are deep enough for most canvases and versatile enough for the addition of a linen liner and double or triple mat boards (like in the image above). I also see any one of these profiles on a custom mirror in an entry way or a dining room.
bravo frame 10699

bravo frame 80737

bravo frame 96604


bravo frame 96804

bravo frame 582310

For the time being we are keeping the 18301 Black  and 18306 Black  with a tarnished silver wrap in the collection to round out the look in these two popular shapes and surface treatments. As opposed to solid wood, these are MDF (medium-density fiberboard) with durable paper wraps and allows us to offer a look at a price point that many customers demand.

AubreyK | 4/30/2014 5:30:00 PM | 4 comments
American Frame
Yay, indeed! We hope you enjoy these new frames as much as we do.
5/1/2014 12:11:52 PM

American Frame

We're glad you love them! They are beautiful frames that would look great with many different styles of decor.
5/1/2014 12:11:13 PM

I am in love with these! They are so handsome. I agree they would look great around a custome mirror.
5/1/2014 11:22:37 AM

Yay for more frames!
5/1/2014 10:56:24 AM

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Laura Jajko

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