Coloured photo frames are an interior designer’s ace-up-the sleeve. They are an affordable, practical and effortless way of bringing vibrant new life into tired interiors.
After a difficult year of lockdown restrictions, it is reported that isolation, uncertainty, and anxiety have escalated to critical levels.
However, a leisurely walk into woodlands or a glacially paced stroll into vast, open fields has been something of a saviour.
With the arrival of warmer weather and longer, brighter days, many will be seeking domestic bliss this summer, as exotic locations and long-haul flights remain mostly off-limits.
Whilst the gallery wall continues to reign current trends, we are seeking new ways to personalise our décor.
This particular trend is one that is entirely doable, no matter your DIY skillset or capabilities.
After spending much of our time indoors over the last year or so, it comes as no surprise that homeowners are keen to shake up their home décor.
With so many modern art framing ideas available, selecting the correct frame can feel like an art in itself. There are frame colours to consider, borders to contemplate and displays to ponder.
If you’ve ever found yourself reclined on your couch, imaging a bare wall adorned with perfectly presented living room photo frames, you’re in good company.
It’s something of a modern dilemma. We have widely and enthusiastically embraced clean minimalism, with little clutter and lots of clean space.
Modern picture frames are defined by their sleek and clean appeal. Previous interior design eras were defined by distinctive flourishes: the graduated steps, shell curves and gleaming metals of Art Deco. The intricate carvings and opulent gildings of the French period. The undone and raw textiles of the Industrial style.
Poster frames allow us to exhibit our favourite movies, music and vintage obscurities. Mounting your posters in poster frames transforms a simple print into alluring art, enhancing and emboldening your décor. A well-chosen poster frame is an effortless way of bringing new life into tried interiors.