All too often photos are placed into photo frames or simple readymades when they could look so much more special in custom frame designs.
There should always be an air space between the glass and the photo
something that is often neglected unless it is custom framed.
When choosing mats and frames for your photos, think about the subject, era, color, style, and substrate.
When you pay attention to each of these categories, your frame design will be the most flattering to the photo.
Unless you own the digital file or negative to create a new photo
you should always treat photos like any other work of art by using conservation grade framing materials.
Home Trends & Framing Solutions
In rooms with high ceilings there are several ways you can relate framing to your space.
You can start with vertical pieces of art. If you have pairs or sets, hang them up the wall versus across it. If the art is something you can mat, your mat borders can be bottom-weighted or elongated to fill more vertical space.
Rather than always hanging framed art on the wall
You can set pieces on mantels, shelves or other pieces of furniture. Try combining multiple pieces, with one overlapping in front of another.
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