Whether you live in the city and hanker after a country life or have a quaint cottage or cozy cabin, a rustic frame is just what you need to perfectly complement your décor. Choosing frames for your artwork or photographs is how you personalize the space around you so go for a calming, country look with one of our four rustic frames.
Why choose a rustic frame?
The distressed appearance of a rustic frame makes it look as though you’ve taken it straight from nature. The neutral colors allow you to use them with any picture and place them against any color on your wall. The natural tones and realistic textures of rustic frames give them an authentic feel that helps bring the outside into your home. These versatile frames will never look dated and instead add simple style to your surroundings.
Our rustic frames
Our beautiful rustic frames are an inch wide and work just as well to create a single focal point in your room or as part of a gallery of pictures. Choose your favorite finish from dark roast, white sand, light roast, and carbon gray. For added definition, consider adding a white or black matboard to the frame.
Add a white or black matboard if desired. Frames are made of wood and all styles are the same price. Note: Matboards show up in checkout as a separate item.
- Keep in mind that the size you choose is for the image alone. With a frame and potentially a matboard, the finished piece of art will be larger. For example, a 12x16 image, with a 1" matboard on all sides and a 1" frame, will ultimately be 16x20 on your wall.
- Think about where you'll be hanging the art and how the frame style will match the room.
- We promise to do our best to flag blurry images before they are framed and will contact you if we believe your image is blurry. However, this is not a guarantee, so please ensure that your image is at least 300 DPI and sized correctly.
*Ensure that your image's resolution is at least 300 DPI. You can check your image's resolution the following ways:
- Windows: Right-click on the file name and select Properties > Details. You'll see the DPI in the Image section, labeled Horizontal Resolution and Vertical Resolution.
- Mac: Open the image in Preview and select Tools > Adjust Size. It's labeled Resolution.