Have you ever wondered why framing sometimes can cost more than the actual artwork? And why it can take weeks for your artwork to be framed?! Me too!
Thankfully online framers like Framebridge and Art to Frames have helped to make high quality custom frame prices more affordable, quick turnaround time, and transparent in pricing the past couple of years. I personally use both of these framing companies for The Sunset Shop — their quality, turn around time, and fair pricing is something I appreciate as a small business owner and customer, in addition to every The Sunset Shop print customer that has ordered a custom frame for their print given their raving reviews of their framed prints.
In fact, did you know that I directly pass on the wholesale frame price I receive from these online framers directly to you? You pay what I pay for high quality, custom framing that ensures your framed print will last a lifetime - or more!! AND your framed slice of paradise print arrives ready for you to easily hang on your wall! 👌🏻
But, I totally understand budgets and that custom framing for your print is an investment. That’s why I offer all of my prints primarily unframed and in popular print sizes (8"x10", 11"x14", 16"x20", 24"x36", 30"
x45") so that you have the option to frame your print yourself with a ready made frame from stores like Target, Michael's and Ikea. AND if you love DIY projects, you can customize your store bought frame like Ashley from @Ash__Interiors did with her store bought poster frame from Anko USA. Check out her DIY framing tutorial below for her 16"x24" print "The Rush"!
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