We see a wide variety of finishing styles with the prints we produce. Some people prefer a sleek minimal approach and others insist on traditional matting and framing. Whatever your preference, this article makes some great points about professional framing and installation placement as well as the archival and preservation aspects of framing your artwork.
The Frame Game:
When framing art, the eyes have it. Talk to an expert at a frame shop and you’ll hear that personal taste outweighs all other considerations. To paraphrase Duke Ellington, if it looks good (to you), it is good.
…”Framing art properly can really enhance the room decor,” says interior designer Karen Cooper of Raleigh, N.C. “It gives the finishing touch to the room. Accessorizing is very important. It can pull it all together, and give the room the personal touch.”
Story courtesy of Bill Dupre for the Raleigh News & Observer on HGTV.com