Wow. We knew Chassity Evans of the style blog Look Linger Love had a great eye, but we were floored when we saw these images of our custom framing go live on her site.
Photographed in her home in Charleston, South Carolina, the natural wood gallery frames she chose are a great, neutral element in any space that combines a lot of color and pattern like Chassity's.
The added bonus? We got to frame the work of NG Collective and Danielle Kroll, two artists whose work we love and who we frame for regularly. Because NG Collective's works were originals on paper with a nice deckled edge, we floated them over an acid-free foam core above a 4-ply acid-free white mat for a high-end look that brings dimension to the piece. Danielle's Ladies at the Beach print (above) was framed without a mat. We generally suggest that any print that has significant white-space like Danielle's be framed this way, a style we call "full-bleed" in the frame shop.
Have prints or originals you want to frame, but aren't sure which frame or mat style would work best? Email us at email@example.com with photos of your art and we'll get back to you right away with our recommendation.