Do frame tape by Martí Guixé is tape that looks like frame molding, thereby letting you frame anything, anywhere. Available through Modern Poverty, a 5cm x 25 m roll will set you back $15.
Sometimes, those piles of inspiring postcards, magazine ads, giftwrap, etc get completely out of control. Following iHanna's lead, grab a big frame from the thrift store, and staple on a few rows of kitchen twine, and hang it where you're most creative.
This simple yet refined frame from Umbra ($14) is a 'city-scaped-themed photo holder'. Simply slot the accompanying acrylic photo holders into the wooden base and you transform your photos into a three-dimensional sculpture. Lovely! Via.
I LOVE Saturday morning cartoons from the 60s and early 70s. And though I'll never be able to guest star on one, this Retro TV picture frame would get me close. This double sided frame comes in three colors, and retails for £4.99.
PS- the red one would make a great Valentine's Day gift for your sweetheart.
Domino Magazine offers 24 tips to "curate gallery-worthy arrangements on your very own walls with these ideas for hanging art."
(Hint: To navigate, click on the "slides" below the large photo.)
Care to show your owning arranging abilities? Post 'em here!
Now that we all know how AllPosters.com can help us in reusing our old frames, let’s talk a little bit about reusing our old matting.
Like professional framing, professional matting is expensive. So why not reuse it? Again, this might be easier said than done. First we’ll be faced with finding a print to fit the matting opening, which is no longer an issue if we apply what we now know about AllPosters.com’s fabulous search engine...
Have you ever noticed that–oftentimes–framing your new fabulous print/poster costs ten times as much as the print/poster itself? After suffering from this phenomenon for too many years I finally figured out what I was doing wrong. I was buying my prints FIRST and then framing them AFTER. What I SHOULD have been doing is using the frames I already have and finding print images to fit their openings.
Re-use Your Frames
Okay, we all know this, but...