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How To Choose A Perfect Picture Frame? 

Are you planning to get any picture framed? Is there any important photo that you want to put up on a wall or put beside your bed and just want it to be perfect? We know what it means to have those perfect pictures put somewhere around your house and representing some of your finest memories. Once you have selected the picture(s) you want to put up in a frame, the next thing to do is to obviously choose a frame suiting the picture as well. Well, the easiest part here is that choosing a photo frame isn’t hard, if you know what sort of pictures you have and the overall aesthetic in presenting them. Don’t worry, if you are super confused after seeing all the possible options out there. We are helping out by discussing some of the basics with you.  

Popular Types of Frames: 

Let’s start with the popular types of frames out there that you can choose from. So, the first ones will obviously be the wood frames. Choosing them highly depend on the overall interior of the room you are thinking to put them in. They are meant for the settings that are highly intricate with fine detailing. You can choose from either deep and warm wood colours to the light ones. As for the pictures that go well with them, all those photos that have warmer tones like oranges, browns and reds are best for them. Next ones for the picture framing including the black or white ones. If you want to accentuate your pictures and put them on the highlight, going monochrome is the best option. If you want something more elegant and formal, such as for a corporate dinner photo, go for the black ones. If you want something more elegant and soothing in nature, the white frames are your answer. Lastly, we have metallic picture frames, and we are sure you got an idea just by their name. These frames have trendy and chic vibe to them and they make any picture look attractive and eye-catching. Due to their classy appearance, they are most often used for wedding pictures and family portraits. 

Tips For Choosing A Frame: 

Our colour options might have given you the guideline that will give you an insight into what sort of frame will set well with your pictures, but we are sharing some additional tips here as well. Most of the people overemphasise on matching colours of their photos with their frame colours. Do not do that. The better choice will be to consider the overall tone of your image first and then go for the frame. Similarly, if your have a very simple and casual sort of art that you want to put up, choose a lighter frame. The darker ones are meant for those pieces that are very formal and elegant. Another important thing and a mistake that people commit is that they put an emphasis on matching the colour of their picture with the colour of their frame. You should never do that. Your major goal should be choosing a frame that matches the colour of your room and not the picture. It isn’t even about the match, it is about what compliments the overall outlook and gives a spark. So, always, always remember where that frame is going before you make the purchase. In the end, you do not want to regret purchasing a frame that doesn’t sit well with your interior. Lastly, if you are framing your own artwork, it is mandatory that the colour you choose isn’t a lot similar to your wall colour. Otherwise, it won’t stand out. 

Alternative Frame Options: 

If you don’t want to go with the conventional picture framing option, you can choose the alternative ones as well. You can turn your pictures into prints and then use them to adorn any place you want. There are canvas prints that are printed onto canvas, turning your photograph into an absolute piece of art. Similar to them are metal prints, which use metal panels to have your pictures printed. They make the best wall mounting. In the end, it depends on what sort of taste you have and just choose accordingly to that. 



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