Amplify your artwork when it’s hung in one of our metal frames. Modern and stylish, we have three types to offer that suit different décor.
Why choose a metal frame?
Metal frames help to lift the colors from artwork, creating a more eye-catching effect. They are also very durable so won’t get damaged easily when accidently knocked or dropped.
A matte silver metal frame suits contemporary surroundings and helps to open up a smaller or darker room as the light catches it. Silver goes well with cool colors on your wall and in your artwork. A matte gold metal frame is ideal for more traditional surroundings and brings a warmer feel to a room. Gold pairs well with warm colors in your artwork and on the wall. A matte black metal frame is versatile, suiting various types of décor and balancing well with both dark and light colors in your artwork. Black can be paired with both cool and warm colors.
Our metal frames
Modern and sleek, choose from our collection of metal frames. Each one has a width of 3/8” and has a smooth surface. The frames are available in matte black, matte silver, and matte gold, either with or without a matboard.
Add a white or black matboard if desired. All frame 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.