Framing a certificate is usually quite straight forward. Certificates usually sit very well in plain black, brown or wooden frames. There are several excellent elegant frames on the market, from very narrow plain frames to more ornate frames with gold or silver inlays.
Black gloss picture frames as I mentioned in a previous post scratch easily. These are not frames to choose if the picture will sit on a desk or be moved regularity. They are fine if they are to sit on a wall for years. The picture framer will take special care with this kind of frame … Continue reading “Black gloss picture frames”
Black picture frames are one of the most multi-purpose picture frame used today. They are manufactured in a range of finishes and widths, from high gloss finishes to mat wood stained finishes. Black frames are a perfect choice for framing black and white photographs of all subject matter, certificates and most holiday snaps too. Don’t be … Continue reading “Black picture frames”
If you are looking for ready frames in Cambridge, there is no need to look further than Camframe. We offer a complete ready frame service for individual frames and bulk framing jobs. Our ready frame service includes the following. Ready frames Bespoke framing A2 poster frames A1 poster frames Wooden poster frames Black, white, grey … Continue reading “Ready frame places in Cambridge”
Is it easy to choose the wrong frame when buying picture frames online? This question was posed to me recently and the answer is more complex than a simple yes or no! It really depends on what size of frame, what budget and if you have a very good idea of the type of molding you are … Continue reading “Choosing the right ready frame”
Choosing a frame for a painting is an art. As soon as you think you know what you want as a frame the sooner you will be confounded when you actually try frame samples against your artwork. Of course choosing a frame for a certificate or a black and white photograph is easier. Black and white … Continue reading “Choosing a frame for a painting”
Black and white photographs usually demand either a black or white or silver frame. To introduce a colour into the frame or the mount only distract the eye and the viewer sight will be drawn towards the colour before the photograph and this is not good framing practice. A good picture framer will be aware … Continue reading “Framing photographs”