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Max Plexibox: In The Wild

Posted by Liana Hornyak on Mar 02, 2020

While custom frames are often chosen for their ability to blend in, we know that sometimes, you’d rather stand out. Enter our colorful collection of Max Plexibox Frames, designed to transform your bare walls into bold design moments. 

With its bright-yet-slim profile, Max Plexibox strikes the perfect balance between fun and chic—making it surprisingly timeless and versatile. From irreverent pop art to black and white photography, Max Plexibox plays with and off so many types of art, adding wow factor to your home like no other frame.

Need some inspiration to get you started? Scroll for a spectrum of bright ideas.


While other variations of pink have enjoyed their fifteen minutes of fame, the neon variety has withstood the test of time. It can lean girly or punk rock, depending on how you style it—and either way, it’s decidedly pretty.

Max Wanger in pink max plexiboxThis Max Wanger print (available via Maisonette) custom framed in our Max Plexibox Frame in Neon Pink is a seriously sweet combination.

original art in pink max plexiboxEvan Mooney doubled down on the modern pops of pink by framing an original piece in Neon Pink Max Plexibox, and the contrast against the white wall’s vintage details is so fun.


A little less feminine but equally eye-catching, our Max Plexibox Frame in Neon Orange makes an impact. Orange you glad we included it in our collection?

orange Max PlexiboxOld, meet new. A traditional Tudor home gets a bold update in the form of this graphic Jenna Snyder-Phillips print from Poster Child Prints and our Max Plexibox Frame in Neon Orange.


Any piece becomes a statement piece when custom framed in neon lime! Halfway between sunny yellow and grass green, the Max Plexibox Frame in Neon Lime offers a playful nod to nature—with a twist.

neon lime Max PlexiboxLeave it to our founder, Dara Segal, to pull off this epic pattern play. The art custom framed in our Max Plexibox Frame in Neon Lime is actually a handkerchief designed by Alex Katz (available via Third Drawer Down) and the wallpaper is from Cole & Sons.


Recalling the pristine waters of a Caribbean oasis, the Max Plexibox Frame in Aqua adds a splash of tropical color sure to freshen up any space.

aqua Max PlexiboxHere’s another shot of Dara’s stunning home, featuring David Shrigley’s Fancy Room Tea Towel from Third Drawer Down custom framed in a Max Plexibox Frame in Aqua.

aqua Max PlexiboxTalk about complementary colors! Our Max Plexibox Frame in Aqua plays so well with the orange in Molly Matalon’s print, styled here by Ghost Curatorial.


Looking to liven things up, but in a slightly more subtle way? A super cool shade of blue’s always in style—and this one’s the perfect hue to help you dip a toe into the colorful world of Max Plexibox.

blue Max Plexibox“Blue Cairn” by Stephanie Henderson meets its equally blue match in our Max Plexibox Frame in Blue.

blue Max PlexiboxReed Weily’s incredible sticker art seems made for these frames. Against the many colors and layers, our Max Plexibox Frames in Blue are surprisingly understated.

Ready to live more colorfully? Find the right Max Plexibox for your artwork at


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