A Guide to Choosing the Perfect Picture Frame for Your Prints

A Guide to Choosing the Perfect Picture Frame for Your Prints

When it comes to showcasing your precious prints, choosing the right picture frame can make all the difference. Not only does it protect and enhance the artwork, but it also adds a touch of personal style to your display. In this blog post, we'll explore the factors to consider when selecting a picture frame, including the use of mounts and the availability of complimentary frames from popular stores like The Range or Wilko stores.
  1. Consider the Artwork and Style: Before diving into the frame selection process, take a moment to consider the artwork itself. Look at the colors, subject matter, and overall style of your print. This also depends on your personal style, do you want a more contemporary style or a more traditional rustic finish on your frame?

  2. Size Matters: taking in to consideration the dimensions of your print accurately to ensure a proper fit.You can find the size of the print you have purchased on your invoice. It's crucial to select a frame that matches the size of your artwork to maintain a visually pleasing balance.

  3. To Mount or Not to Mount: Mounting refers to placing a border around your print inside the frame. This technique adds visual space and draws the eye to the print itself. Decide whether you prefer the appearance of a mounted or unmounted print based on your personal style and the artwork itself. Some prints benefit from the elegance of a mount, while others may shine without one, depending on your preference.

  4. Exploring Complimentary Frames: If you're looking for affordable frame options, The Range and Wilko are popular stores to consider. They offer a wide range of frames in various sizes, styles, and finishes. Browse their collections to find frames that align with your aesthetic preferences. You might be pleasantly surprised by the quality and affordability of their offerings.

  5. Quality and Durability: When choosing a picture frame, prioritize quality and durability. Opt for frames made from sturdy materials like wood or metal that will stand the test of time. A well-crafted frame not only enhances the aesthetics but also protects your print from damage, ensuring its longevity.

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