Liners are to canvases what a mat is to a print on paper. Both serve as a border that provides a breathing space or area of visual relief so the frame doesn’t crowd the art and the art can be focused on without distraction from other elements in the decor. Most liners today are fabric covered but the first liners were gilded. Simple flat gilded profiles are still used as the liner of choice inside of finished corner frames.
Once your art and memorabilia has been framed, it needs to be displayed. Although it is popular today to lean pictures here and there, the most common home for frames is still on the wall. The two main things to focus on will be visual placement and making sure they are hung securely, for your safety as well as the safety of the framing itself and anything it might damage if it falls.
Personalizing your home or work space with custom framing is a great way to express your personality and to enjoy your surroundings. While others can go to the store and buy the same sofa, tables and lamps that you have, it is highly unlikely anyone will ever have the exact same custom framing as you. Regardless of what you choose to have framed for your home, whether it is a favorite piece of art, a mirror, an object inherited from an ancestor or anything else, it will add interest to your... read more
Custom framing is an inegral part of decorating a home or business. In fact, when you buy quality custom framing, it is like purchasing furniture for your walls. Most people allow the style and color scheme of their rooms to dictate the framed art that goes in them. For those who are a bit more adventurous, they enjoy creating their own eclectic style by taking a few risks. You can not mix and match just anything and be successful, but it is definitely possible to mix it up more than you may be... read more