Framing decisions

21st December 2020 - Deciding how to frame your prints can be a daunting task, but we can certainly help with this decision.

The first option is to face mount to acrylic which will give a very clean finish, and with no actual frame around the print they will sit well in many spaces, both contemporary and traditional. This finish is ready to hang as soon as it arrives. The turnaround and delivery time on these is approximately 2 weeks and this option can be selected at the time of ordering. 

The second option is to use a frame with glass. Although more traditional, a box frame with no mount board still gives a clean minimalist feel. The print will need to be dry mounted to a backing board such as aluminium to allow the print to sit flat at the back of the frame. The one shown here uses a non-reflective art glass. 

Full framing advice is sent out with the certificates and artwork. If you have any questions regarding framing do get in touch. 

Long-Tail Tit framed in-situ

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