Choosing the right frame is vital for perfecting the overall look of your room’s décor. Not only does the frame need to complement the picture within it but it needs to suit the surroundings. Gold frames are a popular choice and we have four different styles to offer you.
Why choose a gold frame?
Gold frames are ideal for traditional or formal settings. They have a timeless appeal and add a special touch to your favorite artwork or cherished photographs. Whether you’re looking for understated elegance in a room or are adding a framed picture to an opulent interior, you can’t go wrong with a gold-colored frame.
Gold goes well with any color but gold frames particularly suit artwork that is filled with warm colors. Against patterned wallpaper, a gold frame can have an antique feel while it pops against a plain colored wall.
Our gold frames
Not only do our gold frames add a luxurious touch to your setting but your chosen design will add texture too. Choose your favorite molding between the smooth Zahav, the detailed and wider Aphrodite and Zeus frames, or the thin and floral Aviv frame. You can even add another layer of contrast with a white or black matboard.
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.