We use picture frames to display our favorite photos and pieces of art. To complement the piece, you need to consider different aspects of the frame’s construction, including its material. Different materials will highlight the item’s unique qualities and add to the room's theme.
Metal frames are a common sight when browsing picture frames, and they carry a modern appeal that complements any room. This material is thick and durable, so the art will remain secure and undamaged if the frame ever falls.
Most metal frames are made from aluminum due to its abundance and lower cost, so metal frames won’t weigh much as they hang on the wall. The corners have adjustable screws for alignment if the frame becomes uneven on one side.
People have used wood in picture frames for centuries, and it is a great frame to use when starting an art collection. There are many different types of wood to use for frames, each one having unique colors and textures to create various appeals.
Wood is a more accessible framing choice than other materials and comes in different shapes and carvings. A wooden frame is easier to paint than other materials, so customization is easier, which is just one of the benefits of this material for picture frames.
The majority of glass frames consist of acrylic glass, which has a harder density than regular glass. The benefits of this material for picture frames is that it is resistant to light and scratches. Glass stains less than other materials, allowing for easy cleaning and creating a shining effect around the framed item.
Given its various benefits, plastic is often used to create various products, including picture frames. Plastic frames are light, cost-efficient, and more readily available than wood.
Plastic frames are easy to assemble and come in various sizes. Even when the frame is damaged or broken, the pieces are easy to glue together.
All framing materials have unique aspects that will benefit the room, art, and picture. Use various frames to make the most of the materials you have.Posted by Logical Position for Marla Stone, MSW REALTOR® License ID: 01823712 Nora Gallogly Group Beverly & Co. DRE#02078273 www.i-deal-lifestyle.com | Direct (949) 709-7000 | Connect with Marla on Instagram & Facebook! Marla is the Author of The Clutter Remedy: A Guide To Getting Organized For Those Who Love Their Stuff
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