We get a ton of requests asking where we get the frames displayed in our mockup photos. While the actual frames featured in many of our photos are no longer available, the following information will lead you to similarly styled frames and give a basic rundown of how framing works.
We choose to offer all of Emily's artwork unframed in order to give customers the ability to select and customize the final look of the art in their homes.
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Generally, local frame shops are the best place to get frames for both prints and canvases. If that is out of your price range, the following suggestions may be best for you
All of our art prints come unframed and are shipped either flat or rolled. Additionally, prints are printed with no bleed so the image goes right to the edge of the print.
Frames are a must to display any of our prints! We always like to frame our prints unmatted. But, if you decide to go with a mat, make sure to take that sizing into account when purchasing a frame.
Here are Blick's full frame offering:
And some specific ones we love!
Target offers a wide variety of inexpensive frames in 5x7” through 24x36” in both wood and metal:
Vossington has beautiful thin frames in a variety of sizes and materials, including white wood (+ get 10% off by using the code FRIEND99 at checkout):
Amazon has a large selection of thin wood frames:
And metal frames:
As does Frame USA:
Framebridge, PictureFrames.com and Frame It Easy are another set of great options:
And West Elm has a rotating assortment of gorgeous frames:
And, lastly, we always recommend checking out small shops on Etsy. They usually have great products with the added bonus of supporting small businesses!
Be aware that sometimes frames do not come with glazing (glass or acrylic front). Always read the descriptions carefully.
Canvases + Original Paintings
While many customers choose to hang Emily’s canvases and original paintings unframed (all canvases have finished sides), the following are a list of good options for float frames:
Please take into consideration the depth of the canvas you are purchasing when looking into frames. Stock canvases are either .75” or 1.5” thick (depending on size – see listing details) and original paintings will always have the depth included in the description.
If you ever need additional help with framing questions, feel free to reach out to email@example.com.