Picture Frame Blog

Wednesday, September 11, 2019
Not everything’s black and white. Grey can be a stylish, sophisticated option for framing your art or photography. The Contrast Grey Metal Frame from American®Frame’s Tiffany Collection adds a dash of cool to this hue with a beautiful polished finish and a clean, simple profile that’s ideal for contemporary décor styles.
Thursday, August 29, 2019
You might not spend too much time considering the hues of a silk scarf, the tiny whimsical print on a bowtie, or the lines of a crumpled tube of paint.
 
And that’s exactly why Hannah Sarfraz does.
Thursday, August 29, 2019
The framing materials you use depend on your project, budget, and goals.

If you’re concerned more about cost than longevity, perhaps because you intend to reframe the piece, or because you’re framing an easily-replaceable print, standard general purpose materials will give you the look you want at an affordable price.
Thursday, August 29, 2019
Mounting tapes and other products are designed to secure artwork to a mat or backing board. When mounting your art or photography, it’s important to use the right product, as many tapes contain acids that could harm your artwork. Here are some I recommend to customers.
Thursday, August 29, 2019
FRAMES, PICTURE, WOOD
Want to make securing your art stack inside the frame easier? Invest in a point driver. They’re used instead of the spring clips that come with your wood frame and make light work of assembling large or numerous picture frames.