Rustic picture frames are characterized by their simplicity and rural charm that is usually found in the countryside. Our rustic frames are made in a simple style and fashioned similarly to the American Craftsman style. At Frame USA we have a variety of rustic wood frames for you to choose from.
If you’re stuck in the city and miss country life, or if you’re in the country and want to bring it indoors these rustic wooden picture frames are exactly what you’re looking for. Our Rustic Series Picture Frames are made from a wood-composite and come in 7 vivid color choices. These frames feature a transcendent wood grain that is accentuated by the deep vibrant colors. This series is sure to bring a country-esque feel to any decor.
The Appalachian Barnwood picture frame series has a natural, rugged beauty. The look of these natural wood frames projects the essence of America’s heartland, working with both contemporary and rustic decor. The Appalachian Barnwood series brings you these great features along with a smooth profile. All of our Barnwood picture frames are made in the USA.
By purchasing our Weathered Picture Frame Series you will be purchasing a brand new picture frame with weather-beaten characteristics. This series has 4 charming colors to choose from. The Weathered Wood series of picture frames holds fine art prints and photography with ease. And those who want to fit it in with their antique decor won’t be disappointed either! Made in America of eco-friendly BonanzaWood.
Head on over to Frame USA and stock up on our wide selection of rustic picture frames, it’ll make living in the city feel like the countryside.
At Frame USA we offer a wide variety of frame mats that run anywhere from standard mat sizes to to custom frame mats. A mat is a flat and usually thin piece of material included or sold separately from a picture frame. Mats usually serve one of two purposes; additional decoration to make your art pop or they’re used to separate the artwork from the glass frame. The art of putting mats in a frame is called matting and is an often overlooked aspect that can dramatically improve and protect your artwork.
In terms of helping your art pop, matting can be a crucial element. Matting your artwork intensifies the art by adding size, color and depth to what’s being portrayed. The point of the mat is not to distract from your art but to direct the person viewing said art to the main focal point of what they are looking at. Some tips when choosing a mat to enhance your art:
When choosing a mat for your artwork, the mat should be lighter than the art or picture but darker than the wall it’s placed on. Great choices for mats most times are simple colors such as gray, white and cream.
Using two or three mats will give your artwork a three dimensional look
The purpose of matting is to protect artwork & add appeal. To achieve this, the mat border should be 2x the width of the frame.
When it comes to protecting artwork, mats are very important. Mats help keep your artwork safe by separating the glass from the art or whatever it is being framed. Having a mat in between your artwork and framing glass is important because any condensation that might develop on the inside of the glass can be transferred to your art causing water damage, mold or mildew.
If you’re framing pictures then separating your picture from the glass is vital because the surface of photographs are particularly easy to damage. Not only photos, but certain art that can smear or be damaged by touch, or anything of value being hung should also be matted so that the glass and the art don’t come into direct contact.
Head over to our Mat Designer site and make your photos look impeccable immediately.
One of the more requested picture framing choices is housing an image in a white picture frame. White frames can make artwork more exquisite by creating a clean and classic feel. White picture frames are extremely versatile and can make colors pop without overpowering the image which in turn will make the art standout.
Using white and black artwork and frames to decorate is rapidly gaining popularity much in part to improved cameras and the growing inclination to use earth tones/neutral colors and muted tones such as black, white, gray, brown or beige.
Black and white photographs, artwork and frames add character and depth to walls and living spaces and they do this without disturbing the color scheme of the room. In addition to adding character, white picture frames can also highlight colors like green, red, or yellow and are easy to incorporate.
Normally white & black pictures and artwork are matted with white or cream boards to help separate the image from the frame. Nowadays black & white photography has gained new traction thanks to new technology which allows old color photos to be reprinted in black and white and along with that, new images can be turned into black and white photos due to the same advancements in digital cameras and photo editing technology.
White picture frames are great for almost any style of decor. They provide a classic simple clean look to any image and Frame USA delivers with a wide variety of styles.
Picture frames can be made out of a wide variety of materials, but the two most popular types of frames are Wood Picture Frames and Metal Picture Frames. Wood and metal are very easy to find and on top of that they are easy to work with when you’re looking to customize a frame, making these frames highly sought-after.
Although wood and metal picture frames are both versatile and each can suite just about any picture framing need you could encounter, they do have a few subtle differences.
Wood is a classic material for crafting picture frames and has been in use for centuries due to its abundance and how easy it is to use. Wood frames can be painted or stained in nearly every color imaginable, which provides you with plenty of variety when trying to frame art or compliment the aesthetic of a room. Wooden picture frames are perfectly paired with tradition style artwork and are a good place to start for any kind of picture framing job.
On the other hand, metal picture frames provide a more modern look and feel than their wooden counterparts. While metal frames don’t have as wide a spectrum of colors to choose from (as opposed to wood picture frames) they make up for it with their durability. Banging or dropping a wood frame can cause chips in the paint or dents. Not only will a metal picture frame resist a few bumps, but if a side does in fact end up damaged it can be unattached and replaced.
Our wooden picture frames are a top choice and are crafted from real wood, MDF, eco-friendly wood composite or laminate. Additionally, the metal frames we produce are durable and stylish, made from extruded aluminum, these frames can easily make the right statement when placed in any interior. At the end of the day Metal and wood picture frames are both excellent choices when framing artwork.
We have recently unveiled our Barnwood Frame Serving Trays, First Year Photo Collage and our School Years Photo Collage.
Keep your guests entertained with our unique Barnwood Frame Serving Trays. These frames are available in two sizes and five colors and provide more functionality to your everyday picture frame! If you don’t have a picture you feel would be perfect to add to the frame don’t fret, our beautiful serving trays are also available with mirrors to enhance the decorative look of an already classy piece.
Our First Year Photo Collage and School Years Photo Collage are ideal for when you’re looking to show off your child’s school photos in one place. The School Years Photo Collage is available in two sizes (a horizontal profile and a slightly larger vertical frame), three different frame color options as well as five different mat color choices. These frames are equipped with specific locations for you to attach a school picture from grades 1-12.
Similar to the School Years Photo Collage, our First Year Photo Collage has 12 openings for you to frame a picture of each month of your child’s first year of school. The First Year Photo Collage is available in one standard size with three different frames to choose from and five different mat colors.
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Black and Brown are two of the most popular colors for picture frames, but sometimes you want a frame that stands out a little more. Choosing a gold picture frame is a guaranteed way to make your art pop.
Gold picture frames look the best when paired with artwork that features a lot of warm colors. Warm colors are normally linked to daylight or sunset and consist of variations of red, yellow, brown, tan and orange. These colors are know to stimulate the audience and come across more active in artwork.
Simply Gold and Economy Gold are our two most popular gold picture frame series. Our Simply Gold Frames are made from solid wood and are available in three profiles; Goldstone, Florentine, and Renaissance. Each profile is uniquely different from the others, but all are foiled with an impeccable gold color. Perfect for pre-matted 8x10s or 11x14s and perfect for items that just demand a gold frame. These American Made Simply Gold picture frames will impress all.
In comparison, the Economy Gold Picture Frame series is similar to our Economy picture frames but painted and foiled to provide a beautiful gold look at a low price. You won’t find a better quality or better value in a classic gold frame.
Gold Picture Frames have and always will be a timeless choice when it comes to framing your family photographs, expensive art prints, religious deities, and even your children’s artwork. Frame USA delivers with a large selection of Gold frames in a variety of different colors. They are available in real wood, Eco-friendly wood composite, Metal and polystyrene.
Black picture frames are not only our most requested picture frames but they are the most popular color frames due to their versatility. Placing a black frame around your artwork will immediately make it look more polished an professional. These frames can make colors pop without overpowering the image and will make the art standout when placed on an all white wall.
Not only color, but black picture frames obviously pair extremely well with black and white photography. Black and white photography features images in black, white and assorted shades of gray, this version of photography is popular due to the old time feel it can add to images ass well as the fact that if you take a picture in color and the colors don’t pop, you can make it a black and white image and it will be transform into an impressive picture.
Black frames work well with with just about everything and their versatility can make living spaces and artwork look more classic, modern or dramatic all at the same time.
Photography, the art, process, or job of taking pictures with a camera, has gained massive popularity due to the abundance of easily accessible and affordable cameras.
A few weeks ago we made a post dedicated to the most popular types of photography.
Landscape Photography captures large regions of space and nature meant to display the size and look of the environment.
Wedding Photography (just as the name suggests) focuses on the activities relating to weddings; photographs of the couple before marriage, the wedding and the reception.
Black & White Photography features images in black, white and assorted shades of gray.
Macro Photography portrays smalls subjects in extreme closeups making the image in the photo larger than its actual size.
Portrait Photography is intended to capture the personality, mood and expression of a person or group of people.
We covered these five types of photography but we left a few off; Photojournalism, Wildlife and Fashion Photography.
Photojournalism documents an event or story as it is unfolding by using images to tell a news story. Some things to note when doing photojournalism:
Make sure you have the correct context – Photojournalism is catered towards making sure that people can see what’s happening and correctly understand what you’re trying to convey with your image. People like seeing photos of other people because that helps to humanize stories.
Figure out how to convey the emotion of the moment – Capturing people’s expressions, interactions with others and their surroundings, body language, etc. is very important.
Wildlife Photography is the capturing of images of animals in their natural habitat. This type of photography can be extremely challenging do to the unpredictable nature of certain animals.
Get an eye-level perspective (or even lower) of your subject – Shooting at eye-level or below brings the person viewing your image right into the scene as well as provides them with the view of the world from the animal’s perspective.
Practice Patience – Animals are often unpredictable; you could spend all day not finding a single thing to shoot.
Know Your Subject – Wildlife photography is based upon capturing brief interactions or moments so it is necessary that you can somewhat predict your subject’s behavior.
Fashion Photography is committed to exhibiting fashion clothing and models and is most prominent in advertisements. Some tips to set your fashion photography apart from others:
Use Props – Have items for your models to interact with.
Experiment With Emotions – Instruct your models to imitate emotional outbursts (cry, laugh, act mad or sad).
Take Random Candid Shots – During a quick break continue to take pictures because you never know what you might stumble upon.
Get the Models to Move – As opposed to just sitting in a stuffy, closed-off studio, take your models outside.
There are numerous styles of photography and unlimited things to shoot, so get out there and start shooting now. Then head on over to Frame USA, Inc. your one-stop secure online shopping place for a wide variety of Ready-Made Picture Frames. We’re proud of our products, our service, and the way we stand behind what we do. We guarantee you’ll love our Photography frames. And you’ll love the way we treat you at Frame USA!
The Victorian series of picture frames feature fancy, ornate moldings. These wide picture frames are perfect for vintage photography and museum-quality artwork.
The Victorian style became popular in the mid to late 19th century during the reign of Queen Victoria. During her rule industrial development exploded and luxurious and rich styles or art, literature and architecture prevailed. Early in the era art focused on realism and moral and spiritual undertones. Later on the Victorian style began to renounce realism and became a more multifaceted and diverse style. Bright colors were very popular during this time because it helped bring attention to the very small details encompassed in this style or art and woman were more often than not the subject of most pieces.
Victorian not only is the name of this series, it describes it as well. Our Victorian Series is characterized with carved ornament embellishments. Made from high quality MDF wood composite material, Victorian Series picture frames don’t carry a high-end price. These composite wood picture frames resemble the look of carved wood. There are two color profiles offered in this series both with their own unique qualities. Walnut with Gold, features a slate-blue initial color with accents of walnut, the inside frame is brushed with a textured gold stripe, finishing with a walnut colored studded edge. Our Antique Gold is a gold finish with flecks of black throughout. They’re a worthy rival to our Napoleon series. Choose the Victorian Series from Frame USA!