Chanel Dror frames Instax photos of her dog niece/sister/daughter
  C hanel Dror float mounted Instax photos of her Pomeranian Coco in our  Irvine Slim  frame | Photos via  Molly Culver Photography

Chanel Dror float mounted Instax photos of her Pomeranian Coco in our Irvine Slim frame | Photos via Molly Culver Photography

 

“Coco is my 11 year old Pomeranian. Don't let her age and breed fool you — she’s anything but a ‘senior,’ and so much more than a ‘yappy lap dog’ (as I’m fully acquainted with the stereotypes associated with her breed!) Instead, she is a puffy fur ball who, despite her age, is bursting with energy.

Originally, Coco belonged to my older sister. It wasn’t long before my mother took ownership of her, and at that point she became our family dog. Fast forward to 2011: I had just graduated from college in Austin, and while my parents were traveling, Coco came to stay with me. She’s been mine ever since, and we always joke about my complicated relation to her.

I’m her Aunt-Sister-Mother, and she’s all-at-once my Niece-Sister-Daughter.

Not only is Coco cute to look at, but she is also extremely lovable and truly brightens the day of anyone she meets. I’m convinced Coco will live forever, but in the off chance that doesn’t happen, I know I’ll treasure these photos of her for the rest of my life.”

-Chanel Dror, Blogger, author, and dog mama 

 
Snuggles with my two week old son
 Photo of Bailey and her son Stone printed and framed in our  Richmond  frame style with a white mat

Photo of Bailey and her son Stone printed and framed in our Richmond frame style with a white mat

 

“I'm wearing a bracelet that was given to me by my best friend who has taught me a lot about what it is to be a good mother. It also feels like a good representation of our first couple of months together. I had a pretty hard recovery after he was born, so sitting and snuggling him was all I could do for a while.

Becoming a mom reached deep inside of me and brought out someone that I think I was always supposed to be, a more comfortable, more natural version of my previous self.

I learned early on after having Stone that I need to have something for us to do outside of the house every single day. Even if it's just the grocery store or a coffee shop, getting out and being with him in outside in the world is just so much fun to me. 

I feel proud when he smiles at people other than me and my husband, because I imagine him growing up to be a friendly, considerate boy."

-Bailey Weaver, Proud mom of Stone and Framebridge friend

 
Katie and Lauren with their family on their wedding day
 Wedding photo by  Kristyn Miller Photography  printed and framed in our  Newport  frame style with a white mat | Righthand photo: From left to right - Cassidy, Lauren, Enzo, and Katie

Wedding photo by Kristyn Miller Photography printed and framed in our Newport frame style with a white mat | Righthand photo: From left to right - Cassidy, Lauren, Enzo, and Katie

 

Wives Katie and Lauren reflect on their favorite wedding (and family) photo.

Katie: “We were on our way to the courthouse. It captures our family perfectly. We are crazy, messy, and beautiful. We have a tremendously loving and supportive village and that day was as much a celebration of them as it was our love.”

Lauren: “This is how we look pretty much all the time - my wife is gorgeous, I have a stupid look on my face, Enzo looks like Dr. Spock thanks to a terrible haircut I'd gotten him the day before, Cassidy's laughing behind Katie's back, and our best friend Phoebe is there, making sure we get to where we need to go on time.”

 
Our Favorite Cactus Art
 "Saguaros, Saguaro National Monument" by Ansel Adams in our  Irvine Slim  frame with a white mat

"Saguaros, Saguaro National Monument" by Ansel Adams in our Irvine Slim frame with a white mat

 

Lately we've seen a lot of cactus art popping up in our framing studio, on our Instagram, and on your walls. Fiddle leaf figs might be the hot plant IRL, but cactus prints are totally owning your walls. We thought we'd put together a little roundup of some of our favorite cactus art from around the web—complete with with inspiration photos, art links, and frame suggestions.



Got your cactus?

 
Dudes' Guide to Framebridge
 

Welcome, gentlemen. If you aren't familiar with Framebridge let us introduce ourselves. We're the simple way to custom frame the things you love online. Nearly everything is under $189, and shipping is always free. Piqued your interest? Let us show you all of the things we can do.


 
 

Art

Send us your favorite art print to frame. Order online, and we'll send prepaid packaging for you to mail us your art. We'll frame it and ship it back to you totally ready to hang. Framing has never been so easy. 

 
 

Tickets

The cool thing about custom framing is that you aren't limited to standard sizes and standard items. That ticket from the once-in-a-lifetime concert you went to? We can perfectly preserve it for posterity, and your walls.

 Concert ticket float mounted in our Bolton frame || $59 + $25 for float mount treatment

Concert ticket float mounted in our Bolton frame || $59 + $25 for float mount treatment

 
 
 Football jersey in our  Marin  frame || $199

Football jersey in our Marin frame || $199

Jersey

What kind of framing company would we be if we couldn't give your favorite player's jersey the royal treatment? Ready to show off your favorites from all your teams (football, baseball, lacrosse,  soccer, and basketball). 

 
 

Vinyl

The perfect way to pay homage to an old (or new) favorite band. We'll float mount the album above the mat board (trust us, it's cool). 

 Album cover float mounted in our  Beverly  frame || $99 + $25 for float mount treatment

Album cover float mounted in our Beverly frame || $99 + $25 for float mount treatment

 
 
 Concert poster in our  Sonoma  frame || $99

Concert poster in our Sonoma frame || $99

Posters

Yeah, you could buy a cheap frame at your local craft store, but we can guarantee it won't look this good. Plus, you won't need to worry about finding a frame to fit your poster if it isn't standard size. We build every frame from scratch based on the size of your art. 

 
 

Photos

Of course, we can frame all your favorite photos. The cool thing is you can mail them to us, or upload them to our site for us to print and frame. Yep, you heard us right, we can do the printing at no extra cost to you. 

 Family photo in our Bolton frame || $59 

Family photo in our Bolton frame || $59 

 
 
 Pennant float mounted in our  Sonoma  frame || $149 + $25 for float mount treatment

Pennant float mounted in our Sonoma frame || $149 + $25 for float mount treatment

Pennants

If you want to really take your frame game to the next level, frame a pennant. Whether it proudly reps your college, your team, or Drake, it's a guaranteed statement piece. 

 
 

Flags

Whether it's small (like the one pictured here) or full size we can't get over how good they look framed. All you have to do is mail it in, and we'll take it from there. 

 Vintage American flag float mounted in our  Providence  frame || $79 + $25 for float mount treatment

Vintage American flag float mounted in our Providence frame || $79 + $25 for float mount treatment

 
 
 Diploma in our  Providence  frame with a blue accent mat || $99 + $25 for accent mat

Diploma in our Providence frame with a blue accent mat || $99 + $25 for accent mat

Diplomas

We know you've been meaning to frame your diploma, and there's no time like the present. You worked hard for your degree, so shouldn't you make sure it's professionally preserved and beautifully displayed?

 
 

We've listed a few of our favorite frames below, but don't worry if you have no clue where to start. We’re proud to have a team of talented designers who can answer any question (big / small / strange), and who will share their framing suggestions for your piece if you need an assist... Oh, and these recommendations? They’re free. Just select "Designer's Choice" as your frame style when you go to place your order. 


Ready to get in the frame game?

 
Art I made in college for my daughter's nursery
 A piece of original art in our  Mercer Slim  frame with a white mat | Via  Francois et Moi

A piece of original art in our Mercer Slim frame with a white mat | Via Francois et Moi

 

“Back in college I made this piece for a class called ‘Color and Design in 2 and 3 Dimensions’. The assignment was super tedious. We had to paint numerous shades of gray onto card stock to create a grayscale from pure white to pure black. Then we cut those card stock sheets into tiny triangles to create a design that played on how the eye perceives foreground and background. 

I loved how it turned out, so I ended up keeping it all these years down in our basement in storage.

I had no idea at the time that I would keep it and it would become original art in my home all these years later.

When we started decorating our nursery I picked out a fun, organic blue and white wall covering, and I just liked the contrast and edge that piece brought into the space. The play between the geometric shapes and organic shapes was really beautiful. It’s a little unconventional for a nursery, but I love it.

I wanted the space to foster creativity for our daughter, so using a piece that I created in college was perfect for that theme.”

- Erin Francois, Francois et Moi blog

 
Studio Tour: Warm, colorful DC photographer's loft
 Dominique Fierro in her Georgetown studio

Dominique Fierro in her Georgetown studio

 

Nestled in a row of shops in Washington DC's stately Georgetown neighborhood is Dominique Fierro's bright, beautiful studio. An artist in residence at Lynn Louisa, a casual chic womenswear boutique, this fashion photographer has transformed the shop's second floor into the kind of place anyone would want to hang out in. Her walls are lined with her latest pieces, and above her desk is a veritable Pinterest board of inspiration IRL.

You should know that Dominique is not your typical demure artist. Dominique evangelizes a women power movement. You see it in her portraits (like her latest Frida Khalo piece), and in the "Photo Therapy" photography sessions she offers. (Think: your own editorial style photo shoot.) Have we piqued your interest yet? 

Take a look inside Dominique's studio, and read along as we learn more about where she got started, how she's bringing sexy back, and how she's dedicated her art to supporting womankind.

 
 One of Dominique's photos in our  Irvine Slim  frame

One of Dominique's photos in our Irvine Slim frame

 

On her Roots


My grandmother had a big influence on me. She was a seamstress and used to take care of me when I was little. In her apartment there was Vogue and Architectural Digest and Elle everywhere. Every design magazine, every fashion magazine. So when I was little I would say, “I want to be a fashion designer.” Which turned into fashion photographer. My mom paints and my dad is very artsy too. My whole family is creative.

They never told me “don't be an artist” or “you can’t make money doing that”. They always encouraged me.

My dad gave me my first camera when I was eight. Well, it was his camera. I just kind of took it and started.

 
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on her inspiration


Most of them are my photographs. My family, vacation photos, shoots, and samples. It’s everything. The board is meant to inspire me to change the world, and make it a better place.

Any time I’m in a mood, I just look at my board. It a constant reminder for me to get out of my own way.

That’s something I’ve struggled with for a long time. Worrying about the future, worrying about what people are going to think about me… It’s a constant battle. It’s a reminder for me to do what I feel inside. When I worry about the outside noise I hold myself back, and I don’t put stuff out there.

 
 

on her photography


I think it started back in college when our instructors would have us find models to pose. I was a fashion photography major. I noticed that I wasn’t keen on shooting models a lot.

I preferred shooting my friends, because once I shot them I saw the way their emotions would change after they saw the images.

They’d say, “Oh my God, I look like that?! I actually look like that?! You made me look so good!” I would say, “No, it’s really you!” Women nowadays see these images in magazines that are so retouched, and they think they should look like them. Those girls are completely retouched. They aren’t real!

I like to give women a sense of their own beauty. Their is so much negative self-talk right now among women.

It just hurts. It’s sad. I’ll talk to a woman and she’ll say, “Oh, I’m too fat. I can’t do this right now. I don’t feel good about myself.” or “My legs aren’t long enough. My stomach isn’t flat enough.”

It’s never going to be a good time. Just do it! And feel good about yourself. Stop comparing yourself to every single person around you. You are yourself, and that’s it. I want women to feel good about themselves, and empower each other. Comparing is the worst thing you can do to yourself. It makes you stay stuck.

 
 One of Dominique's favorite pieces in our  Mandalay  frame || Read the story behind it  here

One of Dominique's favorite pieces in our Mandalay frame || Read the story behind it here

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on women


I’ll have a negative thought, and say to myself, “No Dominique, you’re going down the rabbit hole. Don’t do it.” That’s why I have all these quotes on my wall. It’s something you constantly have to work on and be aware of.

Once you start recognizing your own negative thought patterns you start noticing it in other people. I feel like every woman should talk to themselves like you would your best friend.

You wouldn’t go up to your best friend and say, “Oh your legs look short, maybe you shouldn’t wear that skirt.” Or “Maybe you need to lose ten pounds.” You just wouldn’t say that.

Once women start recognizing their own thoughts they can start doing that and building their confidence.

 
 

On her Photo Therapy


Most of the women I photograph. They’ll say “oh I’m doing this for my husband” or “oh, I’m doing this because I don’t feel that great about myself” or “I’m 20 and want to capture the way I look for when I’m 60.”

One of my clients actually ended up being one of my good friends. Her name is Lucia. She had a horse, and wanted to do a whole shoot with her horse. She was lacking in so much self confidence, and you could just see it. When I first met her, I was like I need you in front of my camera. I need to draw this out of you because you’re in such a shell and you’re so worried about what other people are thinking about you.  

The entire day she was so free. At the end of the day I had her naked in a cornfield with truckers going by, and she was just like, “I don’t care! I feel amazing!”

And then she saw the images and she just felt so good about it and was so proud to show off these images. This was maybe 10 years ago, and now she says when she feels bad about herself she goes back to those photos. They remind her to be present.

 
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on her painting


Right now I’m playing a lot with texture. I went to Art Basel back in early December and realized all the work I was drawn to was textured. I wanted to touch everything, but of course you can’t touch anything at Art Basel.

I’m going through playing with mixing a lot of different compounds and paints. When I started painting I wondered what would people think of a photographer painting. I wondered if they would laugh at me. I just kept hearing the voice in my head telling me to pick up a paint brush. So I did. And I’m really glad I did. I want to give my work another level, and an alternate reality to what it was before.

It gives it a different feel, and it’s so much more fun for me to play with, because once I’m done with the women I don’t want them to leave. I still want to hang out.

 
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on frames


Framing has a huge impact on presentation. If I give someone a print that's different than if I give them an actual framed piece of art. I like to keep my work clean and framed properly for preservation.

My work is an investment, and I want to maintain it.

 

Dominique's go-to frames: Mandalay, Bali, Irvine Slim, and Mercer Slim.

See more of Dominique's art here, and follow her on Instagram @dominique_fierro

Behind the Scenes: Colorful Animals with Artist Megan Carn
 Framebridge

Framebridge

 

South Carolina artist Megan Carn's paintings look like a smile feels. Through bright color palettes and soft lines she's able to transform even her most ferocious of subjects into gentle, pastel painted giants. Her candy colored tigers, giraffes, and elephants are always at home in nurseries and kids' rooms, while her bolder, brighter birds, zebras, and leopards are a welcome addition to any office or sitting area.

We discovered Megan's art right when the both of us were getting our start. In fact, the image you see above used to welcome every visitor to our original Framebridge website. We're excited to share the artist behind two pieces of art that hold a very special place in our team Framebridge heart. Read on to see where it all began for Megan (not at all what you would expect), and see what inspires her unfailingly optimistic point of view.


 
 An overhead view of Megan's light bright studio workspace || Photo via  @megancarn

An overhead view of Megan's light bright studio workspace || Photo via @megancarn

 

On Choosing art


I was "crafty" in high school, just like my mother and grandmother. In college, I decided I wanted to be an art therapist or art teacher, and I spontaneously added a second major to my to-do list. 

I always felt like I was behind the curve because I wasn't the best at drawing and I wasn't quite in the mindset of an artist yet.

I really figured everything out in the months after I graduated, and things took off after that!

 
  "Spiffy Tiger"  in our  Irvine Slim  frame with a white mat

"Spiffy Tiger" in our Irvine Slim frame with a white mat

 Megan Carn with an pastel colored elephant painting || Photo via  @megancarn

Megan Carn with an pastel colored elephant painting || Photo via @megancarn

 

On Changing Careers


I started a job in late 2013 after I graduated college and it was great, but it was not leaving me feeling so great at the end of the day. I needed more stimulation and more of a creative outlet...and more sunlight—my office was smack in the middle of the building with no windows. As the only employee there, I spent a lot of time alone, and that was a bummer too.

As I wandered around Instagram I said, “Hold up—I can do this. I can make art and turn it into a business.”

So I started working on it. And a year later, I left that job. It was CRAY. First, there was breaking that news to my parents: "Mom and dad, I'm gonna quit my job, and sell art all the time, okay?" They were really cool about it, though, and that was a great thing. Then, there was leaving the job I had, and explaining to everyone what the plan was. Two weeks later I moved to Columbia and started my full-time art career. I met my almost husband, I made a ton of friends, and I had tons of sunlight in my studio—it was amazing. It is really hard work and there isn't necessarily a paycheck every two weeks like at a conventional job, but it is fun and flexible, and I am really happy. 

 
  "Leaf It to the Birds"  in our  Lafayette  frame with a white mat

"Leaf It to the Birds" in our Lafayette frame with a white mat

 

On Color


 I have always been into the brightest things, the craziest combos, and how far I can push the envelope while maintaining taste and style. As I first started selling art, I was doing a ton of flowers and trying to do some abstract work. I realized quickly that not only does everyone do that, but many were better than me at it. I thought long and hard and experimented until it hit me: why not do animals, but in full, crazy color? Not too many artists are doing this right now... this is great. I loved it, and I have ever since: monkeys, tigers, lions, elephants, ostriches, oh my! Recently, I love using colors and layers that challenge a person to stare and examine and come back and go "hm.. do I love it or do I hate it? How many {birds} are too many {birds}?"

I like to make people smile with my art, and I love to smile when I look at art.

 
 A quiet corner of Megan's studio || Via  @megancarn

A quiet corner of Megan's studio || Via @megancarn

Our favorite frames for Megan's art: Mandalay, Irvine Slim, Lafayette, and Irvine.

Shop Megan's art here, and be sure to follow her on Instagram @megancarn.

Flag from our summer home in Massachusetts
 American flag float mounted in our  Irvine frame

American flag float mounted in our Irvine frame

 

“It’s had quite a journey. It was purchased in a very rushed decorating moment on July 4th by my mother-in-law in 1998 for a fourth of July party. It hung on the flagpole outside their summer house in Hyannisport, MA. It stayed there for a few years, and then when the family moved down to Osterville, MA it was stationed at the top of the driveway.

It was a very difficult place to find, so they thought they’d mark it with the biggest flag ever.

I think there was one really terrible storm that summer in 2006, and the flag broke off the pole. This meant it was perfectly suited for a wall since it couldn’t fly anymore. It ended up moving down to Washington D.C. where it hung in their Georgetown home off and on for 10 years.

My husband and all his brothers went to Georgetown (University) and they all lived in this Georgetown house over the course of their four years. The flag then made it’s way back to NYC where it was appropriately folded and preserved, but not displayed, in my husband’s former bachelor pad.

When we moved in together he had this flag tucked away somewhere. He told me the story and I said, ‘This is something we should display!’

So we framed it, and now it’s a focal point in our home. He’s sentimental when it comes to certain things like this, so anything that reminds him of family and their life together and growing up is meaningful for him. It’s a true old glory story.

My grandfather was a veteran. I’ve always grown up with flags folded in that triangular shape and preserved in some sort of display box, but it’s a different way of preserving something that’s so meaningful. You really get the full picture.”

- Meaghan Carrigan

 
Commissioned photo of frisky Lincoln ladies with glitter
 Photo with glitter by  Dominique Fierro  in our  Mandalay  frame

Photo with glitter by Dominique Fierro in our Mandalay frame

 

“This photo was taken as part of a commissioned photo shoot  my good friend and designer Maggie O’Neill for a restaurant in DC called Lincoln. It was based on Abraham Lincoln, but they wanted the photo shoot to be provocative, involve tools that were going to be put in the restaurant, and have Lincoln hats.

So, I put these girls in my cousin’s basement and had them get frisky with one another.

That shoot I probably did three years ago, and really just wanted to add another layer to it. I bought all this glitter, and thought it was the perfect application. I liked the amount of blank space I had around this image. I could do something with it. I could play with it. I went back and forth between doing a section, and doing the whole thing. My friend said, ‘Just do the whole thing!’ And I was fine with that.

I just love it. I love their expressions. I think it’s a powerful piece. You know what I mean?”

- Dominque Fierro, artist, female empower-er, and master of glitter

 
Gallery Walls: Our 5 Favorites and How To Get Them
 

We love gallery walls. Shocking, right? Here at Framebridge we really have seen them in all shapes and sizes and styles, but there are a few layouts that feel fresh every time. Whether you’re looking to display memories collected over time, fill an awkward space in your home, or show off beautiful photography, you can’t go wrong with these five approaches. Oh, and a reminder: We're full *top to bottom* custom framers. So once you pick the gallery wall style you're into, work with our designers to frame the things you love and incorporate them into a space you love in a completely made-just-for-you way.

And now, the top five no-fail gallery walls.


1. The Grid: A perfect arrangement of 9 to 12 identically-sized framed photos

 Via  Ivory Lane , featuring our  Newport  frame in 17.25"  x 23.25"

Via Ivory Lane, featuring our Newport frame in 17.25"  x 23.25"

  • A grid is perfect if: You want to exactly fill the space above a couch/headboard/dining table.
  • What you’ll need: Photography you love. If you have hi-res images, you can go for larger pieces, but we love the look of a grid of small framed Instagram photos (we print them at 5x5), too. 
  • How to get it: First, choose your photos. Crop all of them to be exactly the same size, then frame them with white mats in identical frames. At Framebridge, our favorite frames for grids are thin white gallery frames and delicate classic silvers.
  • Pro tip: Hang each frame 2 - 3 inches apart and be sure to keep your spacing consistent!
 
 

 

2. The Column: A vertically-stacked arrangement of 4 to 6 framed photos or pieces of art

 A column gallery wall sitting in a cozy corner of the Framebridge office. Featuring (from top to bottom) our  Bolton ,  Beverly ,  Mercer Slim , and  Irvine Slim  frames and photography from Ansel Adams.

A column gallery wall sitting in a cozy corner of the Framebridge office. Featuring (from top to bottom) our Bolton, Beverly, Mercer Slim, and Irvine Slim frames and photography from Ansel Adams.

 
  • A column is perfect if: You have a narrow wall next to a door or window that’s begging for a statement.
  • What you’ll need: A collection of framed pieces that you think look great together—they don’t have to and shouldn’t match!
  • How to get it: Arrange your frames on the floor to see what arrangement you like best, then hang each piece 3 - 4 inches apart, ensuring that they’re all horizontally centered.
  • Pro tip: Do not put the biggest one at the top! 
 
 

 

3. The Salon: A floor-to-ceiling arrangement of small pieces collected over time

 Beautiful salon style gallery wall from a recent home tour featuring our  Richmond ,  Mandalay ,  Providence , and  Newport  frame styles. 

Beautiful salon style gallery wall from a recent home tour featuring our Richmond, Mandalay, Providence, and Newport frame styles. 

 
  • A salon style wall is perfect if: You have an alcove or nook you’d like to fill.
  • What you’ll need: 10 - 20 (or more!) framed and unframed small photos, pieces of art and mementos.
  • How to get it: This gallery is supposed to look like you grew it over time, so don’t worry about making it too perfect! Start with a single piece somewhere in the middle of your wall, then add the others above and below, being sure not to center anything and leaving 2 - 3 inches between each.
  • Pro tip: These are meant to look collected over time! As you gather new pieces, just add them in.
 
 

 

4. The Ledge: A grouping of 3 to 5 framed pieces leaned against one another on a shallow wall shelf

 Via Emily Henderson, more  here

Via Emily Henderson, more here

 
  • Perfect if: You like to change your décor regularly.
  • What you’ll need: A small collection of shallow framed pieces (see our dark or light burl wood frames) of different sizes that you want to display together and a photo ledge. We like this one.
  • How to get it: Lean the larger pieces against the wall first, then layer in the smaller ones. Shift them around until you love the look.
  • Pro tip: Have fun with this one. You can change it around often!
 
 

 

5. The Classic: A grouping of 5 to 10 framed pieces organically placed in a grouping

 A big, eclectic gallery wall in the Framebridge office. 

A big, eclectic gallery wall in the Framebridge office. 

 
  • Perfect If: You want to start fresh and know exactly the space you're looking to fill.
  • What You’ll Need: A collection of photos and/or art prints in slightly different sizes and shapes. 
  • How to Get It: start by holding your lowest piece of art against the wall to find the perfect spot. Estimate and mark the correct nail/hook placement for your piece. Repeat the hanging process with the frames to the left and right of the first, then with those above.
  • Pro tip: Wait until you’ve hung all the frames in your arrangement, take a step back, and then straighten and level everything. Use a few pieces of sticky tac on the back of the frames to guarantee they stay put.
 
 

One more thing: a note on making a gallery wall look cool but not cluttered. 

At Framebridge, we live for the eclectic look of a mixed-media gallery wall. We love that each wall is imperfect and full of unique stories from the person who collected them. That said, if you aren’t careful, they can end up looking a little messy or cluttered. Our recommendation is always to keep something about the design consistent.

Maybe you’re using all black or wood-toned frames. Maybe you’re going with a mix of metallics, but using white mats with each. Maybe all of your art and photos are different, but you keep a tight art color palette of black, white, and indigo. If you’re smart about what you include and commit to editing yourself, your gallery wall will be beautiful and read as a tastefully-curated collection. And, if you ever need help thinking through the details, we’ve got your back with our Gallery Wall Design Service.


Time to build that gallery wall we know you want.

 
CommonBond frames commissioned art for their office
 Framebridge

Framebridge

 

Let’s all take a deep breath and say it together now: student loans. Two words that come with a whole lot of baggage and stress. Enter CommonBond. Founded in 2012, this New York City company has set out to shake up this very frustrating market. Through their refinancing services, CommonBond is re-thinking this space altogether. And they wanted this innovative spirit to translate to their office style and culture, too. They took a really cool approach to this by commissioning art prints that had the same look and feel as their branding and we were thrilled to help them frame the series for their office. Here’s our chat with CommonBond’s Emma Chao Luk on how we put our worked together to bring their brand to life on their office walls.


For those who aren't familiar, can you tell us about CommonBond? We're a leading student lender that uses data and technology to help people take control of their student loans. By refinancing their student loans and paying less interest, our members save an average of $14,581. We offer lower rates, bigger savings, better service, and a one-of-a-kind Social Promise that helps fund the education of children in need. 

 
CommonBond's Open Colorful Office in NYC
 

How did the company start? CommonBond was founded by three graduate students who were frustrated by the costs and process to take out their own student loans. They knew there had to be a better way – so they created one! 

What's the office vibe like? We're located in the heart of SoHo, in a spectacular space that was renovated just for us. It's an open floor plan, with music playing, people creating and innovating, dogs visiting, and exciting collaborations leading to new benefits for our members every day. It's a fun environment and we're doing work with a real mission, so there's a great vibe for our team.

 
 

“I was so impressed that Framebridge printed, framed, and shipped so quickly. The results speak for themselves!”

How would you describe the company culture? We're from the "work hard, play hard" school of thought, with themed music playlists, video games, a ping pong table, a beer fridge, weekly catered Lunch & Learns, monthly happy hours, movie nights, game nights, and more. 

We love the art you framed. Can you tell us a little bit about the pieces? In order to have CommonBond stand out from a crowded lending space, we worked with Peter Greenwood to illustrate fun, colorful characters and environments. We're not your traditional bank–and these illustrations tell our audience that we're in the business of helping you approach student loans in a new way. 

 
Peter Greenwood Office Art White Frame
 

“When we have visitors, the pieces have become focal points, conversation starters, and ice breakers.”

How does the art connect to your business? To your brand? The characters in these pieces represent our members doing big things with their big savings – moving forward, onward, and upward, free from the stress and constraints of their old student loans. There are quirky and creative elements in each one – sometimes obvious, sometimes hidden – that give a nod to the playfulness and humor within our brand and within our team. We do serious work, but we don't take ourselves too seriously.

Do you have a favorite piece? They're all really beautiful and fun. The scuba diving scene is one of my favorites because of the bright colors, the details, and the diversity of the underwater world. (And the hidden mermaid and crab!) 

 
 

What was is like to work with Framebridge? Can you tell us a little bit about the process? Working with Framebridge was such a positive experience. The team reached out to me right away and answered any questions I had. I was so impressed that Framebridge printed, framed, and shipped so quickly. The results speak for themselves!

What value does the framed art add to your space? We've hung the framed pieces in each of our conference rooms, giving the spaces formerly known as "Cubby A-F" a real personality. They've added a touch of class, polish, and fun to what were once bare white walls. When we have visitors, the pieces have become focal points, conversation starters, and ice breakers.

Is there anything you're excited to frame next? We have even more characters being created for upcoming campaigns, and we can't wait to have them join their friends in beautiful frames on our walls!


What can we frame for your office?

 
The Best of #framebridge 2016

After two years and thousands of tags on Instagram and Facebook, we have to say your tags and mentions still make our heart skip a beat. Whether you're showing off your space or sharing your story, we love seeing how our frames become a part of your home. To properly bid 2016 adieu, we've rounded up a few that really blew us away.

 

1. Art and TVs can be friends. @jlgarvin shows us that gallery walls are the perfect way to soften the lines of your latest flat screen, and make things feel a little more homey.

 @jlgarvin

@jlgarvin

2. Above the couch diptychs make double the living room impact. Plus, they're super easy to break apart and style differently when it comes time to rearrange. Beautiful and functional—yes please.

3. Our DC neighbors never cease to inspire us with their style. We still can't get enough of our friend Michelle Solobay's swoonworthy interiors. (Wanna see the full home tour? Check it out.)

 @michellesolobay

@michellesolobay

4. That magical moment when we realized you all were as into navy walls as much as we were. And buffalos.

 @brittanymakes

@brittanymakes

5. This collab with One Kings Lane. If only we had a stunning archway for all our vintage collections... sigh.

 @onekingslane

@onekingslane

6. We love working with our friends especially when we can do it not only once, but twice. Take a peek at Parachute founder Ariel Kaye's home tour, and how we styled one bedroom five ways with Parachute.

7. Best bathroom pic of all time? Certainly your (and our) favorite of 2016.

 @chandlerrosephoto

@chandlerrosephoto

8. When we teamed up with Instagram favorite Letterfolk for a holiday giveaway and learned that letterboards and Instagram Minis are destined for greatness.

 Framebridge

Framebridge

9. The force is in your kids' room, and it looks really good. These pieces from Concepcion Studios look awesome in clean gallery frames. 

 @laurenlefevre

@laurenlefevre

10. Oh, and while we're on the subject of kids' rooms, let's talk about this one from Lay Baby Lay. She enlarged vintage family photos to hang above her girls' beds. The perfect mix of old and new. (Head over here for a step-by-step guide on how to get the look.)

 @laybabylay

@laybabylay

11. And all of these nurseries...stunning, right? (Even more goodness over here, too.)

12. The perfect gift: is and will always be photos of your little ones. We still can't get over this sweet moment from Calivintage. 

 @calivintage

@calivintage

13. And can we talk about the family photos?! You all really nailed it in 2016. 

14. We couldn't be happier to have met Jenny Cipoletti of https://www.instagram.com/margoandme/. She is a source of endless style inspiration and a true joy to work with. Her Parisian style has us dreaming of matching etageres, a crystal chandelier, and, of course, a nine square gallery wall

15. Wallpaper came (is coming?) back in a big way. And we LOVE the look. Especially with a column of framed Instagrams on a skinny accent wall like this one. 

 @dearlizzy

@dearlizzy

16. We will always have a special place in our heart for this little man. @emilyloeffelman's son Asher never fails to make us smile. 

 @emilyloeffelman

@emilyloeffelman

17. This ballerina reminds us to look up and always keep dreaming. 

 @abnousabbey

@abnousabbey

18. What roundup would be complete without babies...in boxes. Turns out they're good for more than just shipping your frames.

19. Artists! We were lucky to be able to four with these four, fierce ladies. If you haven't gotten one of their pieces yet, we definitely recommend you do now. Like, right now. (And if you're hungry for more you need to check out our favorite 100 prints.)

20. LOVE really is all around the Framebridge feed. Reading this Instagram caption brought tears to our eyes. 

"On November 28th of this year, my wife and I celebrated one year of marriage! To commemorate our anniversary, I chose to frame this photo of us holding hands in front of the Love Locks in Paris."

  @joekenneth_

@joekenneth_

21. Of course, our favorite influencers. From family photo gallery walls, to travel memories, and gifting ideas we were never short of inspiration. (Link to posts) 

22. GQ Insider and Framebridge fan, Gary Williams aka @masterwilliams showing off this killer office gallery wall. His photos always inspire us, and his thoughtfulness always makes him shine extra bright. Read his amazing story here.

 @masterwilliams

@masterwilliams

23. Remember this gallery wall? You all called, commented, and emailed about how to get our gallery wall look from Create & Cultivate. And we answered.

 @framebridge

@framebridge

24. ALL the gallery walls. Go big or go home? More like: go big in your home. 2016 saw the rise of the grid gallery wall (looking at you, Ivory Lane and Simply Sona), and the volume turned up on the traditional salon style. 

25. And finally, what list would be complete without a wing and a wag to your partners in crime. After all, what fun is a new frame without someone to enjoy it with?


We can't wait to see what you've got up your sleeves... er, on your feeds in 2017. Be sure to tag us #framebridge and @framebridge and hello New Year!

 
Travel photography for the Away office
 Images from an Away campaign in our  Irvine Slim  frame with a white mat

Images from an Away campaign in our Irvine Slim frame with a white mat

 

Meet Away: our latest partner and newest travel obsession. Away is a luggage company that's all about simplifying travel with their smartly designed line of “thoughtful luggage for the modern traveler.” Their offices might be in New York, but one look at their walls and you're instantly transported, well, away. With places to be and trips to take the Away team didn't have time to waste on framing details. We worked with their team to personalize their office with framed travel images, and helped them create a look that not only completes their very cool office and captures their brand identity, but also fit their budget and timeline. To hear a little more about this partnership we sat down with Away founders Steph Korey and Jen Rubio to talk luggage, office decor, and framing the Away story.


For those who aren’t familiar, can you tell us about Away? 

Steph: At our core, we’re a travel brand that’s committed to creating products that are designed to be resourceful and, most importantly, true to the way that people travel today. We started by rethinking what the “perfect” carry-on looks like, and we’re just getting started. Away is inspired by real travel stories and we’ve talked to thousands of people about what they’re looking for while they’re on the road. Our direct-to-consumer business model allows us to create high-quality products at a lower price point and we’re looking forward to continuing to build out our product line. Ultimately, our goal is to continue to empower more and more travelers to explore the world seamlessly.

How did the company start?

Jen: When I was stranded by broken luggage while traveling, my friends were only able to offer up advice about what brands to stay away from. No one seemed to be particularly excited about any line of travel bags, and I realized that there was a hole in the market that needed to be filled by a product I would love to recommend.

Steph: We created Away with the intention of making travel easier for everyone and by asking ourselves what the “perfect” luggage would look like. Our goal was to design a product that takes into account how people travel, the problems they encounter on their journeys, and what we can do to make those experiences better and more enjoyable so everyone can focus on the best part of traveling: the destination!

 Image from an Away campaign in our  Mercer Slim  frame with a white mat

Image from an Away campaign in our Mercer Slim frame with a white mat

“We stuck to a neutral color palette and relied on plants, books, and our framed prints from our previous photo shoots for pops of color.”

How would you describe your office design?

Jen: One of the first things that initially drew us to our new office space in Soho was its airy, “vibey” nature. The raw space stood out with its high ceilings, big windows, wood floors and an original brick wall that spans the entire length of the space. We wanted to keep the design simple and modern while complementing the bones of the space, but also sought to create an inviting atmosphere that feels comfortable. We stuck to a neutral color palette and relied on plants, books, and our framed prints from our previous photo shoots for pops of color. All of this is anchored by great mid-century seating and simple, clean surfaces, which we found with the help of our good friend @jakealexanderarnold (who’s done interiors for Julianne Hough and Katherine Power).

It really is such a stunning space. Okay, so what did you frame with us?

Jen: We chose to frame a few of our favorite shots from our past campaigns to add some travel inspiration to the office! So far we’ve been able to shoot in Tokyo and Panama, so adding some of those images to our office space was a no-brainer.

Can you tell us a little bit about the process? 

Steph: We really loved how easy the entire process was. We pulled our favorite shots and easily uploaded everything to the site. There were so many amazing frame options, but it never felt overwhelming. I loved the option of working with a designer - that’s so convenient for someone who’s looking for some trusted guidance. After finalizing everything, I was amazed at how quickly the frames were shipped to our office!

 
 

That is the idea! Where do your frames hang? 

Jen: We chose to hang two of the big white frames over the couch in our reception area that’s right across from the elevator - so these pictures are the first thing you see when you walk into the office! The white frames and matting really stand out against the brick wall and provide a nice contrast.

Steph: The pictures really brighten up the space! It’s great travel inspiration and always gets me thinking about where I want to go next.

We had a similar feeling when we were in your office! Is there anything you’re excited to frame next for your team or office?

Jen: I love the idea of framing a picture of our team and our office space right now, so that in the future we’ll always be able to look back and remember where we started out! I think it ties in perfectly with the general idea of travel: we’re constantly looking forward, but we appreciate where we came from.

Steph: I’d love to frame a wall of inspiration photos of the destinations we can’t wait to get to next!


What inspiration can we help you frame for your office walls?

 
Autographed NASCAR poster for my superfan dad
 NASCAR poster in our  Mercer Slim  frame with a white mat

NASCAR poster in our Mercer Slim frame with a white mat

 

“I framed an autographed Nascar poster from 1980s. It was a gift given to my dad from his fellow Brazilian friend who passed away from cancer a few years ago. It's one of those things he's had for several decades but its now starting to show its age. Knowing these things are best preserved in a frame, I decided to take it of course.

I'm gifting it to my Dad. Or ‘re-gifting’ it to my Dad, I suppose. He's from Brazil, a country with very famous Formula One race car drivers like Ayrton Senna.

I love that, having lived in the US for 30 years, he is also now a Nascar fan.

People can't believe it when I tell them of my Dad's ‘special’ interests. Anyways, I know his face is going to light up on Christmas morning... and every day he looks at it. (And remember that I am the best daughter!)”

- Framebridge Office Manager and reluctant office DJ Teresa

 
10 Thoughtful Gifts Bloggers are Giving
 

The clock is ticking! If you're still looking for the perfect gift for someone on your list take a deep breath, and start scrolling. We've got some beautiful gifting ideas for you. They'll never know how easy it was for you to be so thoughtful.

Just don't stay too long—our deadline for printed and framed orders is Sunday, 12/18! 


1. Baby Photos

 Instagram photo in our  Irvine Slim  frame with a white mat | Via  Beau and Arrow

Instagram photo in our Irvine Slim frame with a white mat | Via Beau and Arrow

 
 

“I wanted to do something special and a little more meaningful. This fit the bill perfectly.”

Ashley Wilson, @beauandarrownashville


2. Graduation Pic

 Graduation photo in our  Augusta  frame with a white mat | Via  Gal Meets Glam

Graduation photo in our Augusta frame with a white mat | Via Gal Meets Glam

“For my parents, I framed a photo Thomas took of my younger sister and brother at my brother’s graduation.”

Julia Engel, @galmeetsglam


3. Family Photo

 Family photo in our  Rosemont  frame with a white mat | Via  Lucky Penny

Family photo in our Rosemont frame with a white mat | Via Lucky Penny

“Everything I need this holiday season is captured in this frame...There are fights, messy rooms, tempers lost and many mistakes made. But there is love. So much love and forgiveness and understanding.”

Ana Fritsch, @luckypennyblog


4. Travel Shot

 Travel photo in our Irvine Slim frame with a white mat | Via  Decorotation

Travel photo in our Irvine Slim frame with a white mat | Via Decorotation

“When it comes to personalized gifts, I don’t think you can get much more personal than a custom framed photo or art piece that holds meaning.”

Brett Goldstein, @decorotation


5. Inspiration

 Photo in our  Irvine Slim  frame with a white mat | Via  Kaley Dignen

Photo in our Irvine Slim frame with a white mat | Via Kaley Dignen

“This cute little thing has inspired me to visit all over the West. I want to camp out, roam the desert and check out California and all of its wonders. There is so much to see and so many stories to learn from the people that I will meet.”

Kaley Dignen, @kaleydignen


6. Christmas Throwback

 Throwback photo in our  Irvine Slim  frame with a white mat | Via  @domestikateblog

Throwback photo in our Irvine Slim frame with a white mat | Via @domestikateblog

“Wrapping up one of my favorite gifts to give, a childhood memory framed up for siblings (this one makes both of us laugh pretty hard from when we were kids: Putting my hair salon station I got for Christmas to good use, I tangled up an array of hair brushes and rollers in my little sister's hair. Glad mom stopped to take this picture of her in sheer-misery and me in pure-bliss before helping sort out our mess!)”

Kate, @domestikateblog


7. Old Family Photo

 Old family photo in our  Mandalay  frame with a white mat | Via  Dear Serendipity

Old family photo in our Mandalay frame with a white mat | Via Dear Serendipity

“While you're doing your holiday shopping this year, consider something personalized and special, like framing something sentimental. I chose this original photo my dad took of my mom when she was my age.”

Emily Piskulick, @emilypiskulick


8. Pet Pic

 Photo in our  Mercer Slim  frame with a white mat | Via @ taylordaniellestone

Photo in our Mercer Slim frame with a white mat | Via @taylordaniellestone

“I got a picture of our puppy framed by @framebridge as an early gift to Michael so we can always remember the year that this little blessing came into our lives 🐾.”

Taylor Danielle Stone, @taylordaniellestone


9. Wedding Instagram

 Wedding Instagram in our  Dorado  frame with a white mat | Via  See Happiness Through

Wedding Instagram in our Dorado frame with a white mat | Via See Happiness Through

“...the shiny gold frame brings the black & white image to life. We can’t wait to gift these timeless pieces to our family & friends this holiday season.”

Erin Phillips, @seehappinessthrough


10. New Arrivals

 Instagram of an ultrasound picture in our  Mercer Slim  frame with a white mat | Via  @francoisetmoiblog

Instagram of an ultrasound picture in our Mercer Slim frame with a white mat | Via @francoisetmoiblog

“With a little one joining us early next year, this Christmas is feeling a bit more heartfelt than most. Naturally, gifts are leaning more personal too, like this framed shot from @framebridge of Ken & I holding the baby's ultrasound. I uploaded the photo right from my Instagram feed making it easy to be a thoughtful gift giver.”

Erin Francois, @francoisetmoiblog


Ready to wrap up that gift list?

 
Gray Malin frames holiday photography for Neiman Marcus
 "Poolside Holiday" by Gray Malin for Neiman Marcus

"Poolside Holiday" by Gray Malin for Neiman Marcus

 

It's the most wonderful time of the year, and we've got a photo to prove it. Queue renown photographer Gray Malin. You might know him from his bright beach photos, and quirky conceptual shots, but don't think this California photog would miss a chance to spread a little holiday cheer. Together, we worked with Gray to get his “Poolside Holiday” prints framed and ready for Neiman Marcus to sell exclusively in their stores. To share more about our Christmas collaboration we sat down with Gray to reflect on how it all came together. 


So what exactly did this project between Gray Malin, Framebridge, and Neiman Marcus involve? Last year we created a holiday image specifically for our marketing purposes and website that featured 9 decked-out Christmas trees illuminating and reflecting into a sparkling swimming pool. Neiman Marcus asked us this year to exclusively carry it as a framed photo in their stores and online for this holiday season. In order to get the photograph framed beautifully and seamlessly to Neiman Marcus, we entrusted the help of Framebridge.

The photo is beautiful—where was it taken? And where did the idea come from? The photo was taken at a pool at a private residence in Southern California. The piece was inspired by a shot of a Christmas tree next to a swimming pool in Kelly Klein's book Pools: Reflections.

Can you explain a little bit about the process of working with us? How were we able to simplify framing and fulfillment for you? We knew that Framebridge had a reputation for high quality craftsmanship while maintaining the ability to deliver flawlessly to a nationwide to a large customer like Neiman Marcus, and we're very glad they were our framer of choice for this project.

How many pieces did we frame for you? What was the timetable like? 90 medium white framed “Poolside Holiday” for Neiman Marcus, which were framed and ready to go nationwide in a week.

  “Poolside Holiday” by Gray Malin  | Via Gray Malin

“Poolside Holiday” by Gray Malin | Via Gray Malin

“Framebridge exceeded my expectations and provided quality framing that I was proud to provide to Neiman Marcus and their clientele.”

With such a quick turnaround time, what were you looking for in a framing partner for this project? I appreciate a framing partner that I can depend on. My clients depend on me to deliver their orders in a timely and efficient manner, and in order to do that I have to have a framing partner who is able to do the same. Framebridge exceeded my expectations and provided quality framing that I was proud to provide to Neiman Marcus and their clientele.

What was it like to work with us on this project? It was a snap for us. We had our framed photos delivered on time, without any issues, to display beautifully in the stores for Christmas, and ready to hang on Neiman Marcus customer's homes.

Love it. How have customers reacted to the pieces? The response to “Poolside Holiday” has been fantastic. I've had the opportunity to see it in person at various Neiman Marcus stores on their coveted retail floor.

That's amazing—what do you think of the end result?  Framed to perfection, the photograph will uniquely dazzle the viewer anywhere during the holidays.


What can we help you frame this holiday season?

 
12 Days of Art
 

It's official, gifting season is in full swing. To help you check a few names off your gift list we've curated twelve amazing (and totally giftable) prints from a few of our favorite artists. Best part? You can buy these pieces (framed, of course) straight from our site, and ship them directly to your lucky giftee. We've even done all the hard work of choosing the frame and size we think complement it best. Being thoughtful has never been so easy.

Be sure to check back here each day for a new release. So, without further ado—here's the art! 


Day 12: "Dope" by Sarah Craft

  "Dope"  by  Sarah Craft  in our  Lafayette  frame | Finished frame size: 11" x 14" and 20" x 26" | $79 or $149

"Dope" by Sarah Craft in our Lafayette frame | Finished frame size: 11" x 14" and 20" x 26" | $79 or $149

Back by popular demand, because we know you love it. Don’t miss your last chance to order this "Dope" print by Sarah Craft in our rippled gold Lafayette frame!

Gift this to: anyone and everyone on your gift list.


Day 11: "Inner Tube Girls" by Caroline Rose Kaufman

  “Inner Tube Girls”  by  Caroline Rose Kaufman  in our  Irvine Slim  frame | Finished frame size: 13.5" x 13.5" | $99

“Inner Tube Girls” by Caroline Rose Kaufman in our Irvine Slim frame | Finished frame size: 13.5" x 13.5" | $99

Squad goals look good in our clean white Irvine Slim gallery frame. These “Inner Tube Girls” by Caroline Rose Kaufman are sure to bring back visions of lazy rivers and fun summer days.

Gift this to: your best friends, daughter, or beach buddy.


Day 10: “Buffalo” by CC and Mike

  “Buffalo”  by  CC and Mike  in our  Ventura  frame with a white mat | Finished frame size: 15.5" x 12.5" | $79

“Buffalo” by CC and Mike in our Ventura frame with a white mat | Finished frame size: 15.5" x 12.5" | $79

These big beautiful buffalo by CC and Mike make a majestic statement in our new pewter metallic Ventura frame. Black and white photography has never looked so good.

Gift this to: photography lovers and nature enthusiasts.


Day 9: “Ant Views” by Dan Joyce

  "Ant Views"  by  Dan Joyce  in our  Bolton  frame with a white mat | Finished frame size: 18.5" x 14.5" | $79

"Ant Views" by Dan Joyce in our Bolton frame with a white mat | Finished frame size: 18.5" x 14.5" | $79

An awesome, unexpected view of Vancouver from photographer Dan Joyce in our riveted steel Bolton frame. "Ant Views" is the perfect accent for an office, living room, or man cave.

Gift this to: the man, nature enthusiast, or photographer in your life. 


Day 8: "David Bowie" by Kate Worum

  “David Bowie”  by  Kate Worum  in our  Irvine  frame with a white mat | Finished frame size: 21" x 25.3" | $99

“David Bowie” by Kate Worum in our Irvine frame with a white mat | Finished frame size: 21" x 25.3" | $99

An art piece any music lover would be excited to receive. We love this David Bowie print by Kate Worum in our clean white Irvine gallery frame, and we're sure the people on your gift list will, too!

Gift this to: music lovers!


Day 7: "Gramercy Chair" by Emily Isabella

  "Gramercy Chair"  by  Emily Isabella  in our  Bowery  frame with a white mat || Finished frame size: 14.5" x 16.4" || $59

"Gramercy Chair" by Emily Isabella in our Bowery frame with a white mat || Finished frame size: 14.5" x 16.4" || $59

This little chair by Emily Isabella makes a big, beautiful statement in our wide champagne silver Bowery frame. It's just. so. good. Perfect for your mom, your design-loving friends, or yourself!

Gift this to: design junkies!


Day 6: "Paloma" by Juniper Briggs

  "Paloma"  by  Juniper Briggs  in our  Monterey  frame with a white mat || Finished frame size: 14.5" x 14.7" || $79

"Paloma" by Juniper Briggs in our Monterey frame with a white mat || Finished frame size: 14.5" x 14.7" || $79

Meet "Paloma" by Juniper Briggs. Sassy and sweet, this lady looks lovely in our whitewashed Monterey gallery frame. Perfect for the little lady in your life.

Gift this to: new parents, nieces, and daughters.


Day 5: "The Grand Tour" Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech

  "The Grand Tour"  Courtesy of NASA/JPL-Caltech in our  Mercer  frame || Finished frame size: 15" x 21.3" or 19" x 27.3" || $99 or $149

"The Grand Tour" Courtesy of NASA/JPL-Caltech in our Mercer frame || Finished frame size: 15" x 21.3" or 19" x 27.3" || $99 or $149

Everyone’s favorite NASA poster in our clean black Mercer frame. Available in not one, but TWO sizes.

Gift this to: the space enthusiast in your life!


Day 4: "Planets" by Brainstorm

  "Planets"  by  Brainstorm  in our  Beverly  frame with a white mat || Finished frame size: 14.5" x 16.4" || $79

"Planets" by Brainstorm in our Beverly frame with a white mat || Finished frame size: 14.5" x 16.4" || $79

An out of this world solar system print by Brainstorm in our distressed silver Beverly frame with black sides. Science has never looked so good. 

Gift this to: the kid, kid at heart, or nerd in your life.


Day 3: "Plant Goals" by Amber Vittoria

  "Plant Goals"  by  Amber Vittoria  in our  Monroe  frame with a white mat || Finished frame measures 15.5" x 12.9" || $79

"Plant Goals" by Amber Vittoria in our Monroe frame with a white mat || Finished frame measures 15.5" x 12.9" || $79

Gorgeous plants by Amber Vittoria in our beautiful new champagne metallic Monroe frame—no watering necessary. "Plant Goals" achieved.

Gift this to: your sister, your friend, or yourself! 


Day 2: "Peekaboo Bunny" and "Peekaboo Bunny Tail" by Lila and Lola

   "Peekaboo Bunny"  by  Lila and Lola  in our  Marin  frame with a white mat || Finished frame measures   15.5" x 18" || $79

"Peekaboo Bunny" by Lila and Lola in our Marin frame with a white mat || Finished frame measures 15.5" x 18" || $79

  "Peekaboo Bunny Tail"  by  Lila and Lola  in our  Marin  frame with a white mat || Finished frame measures 15.5" x 18" || $79

"Peekaboo Bunny Tail" by Lila and Lola in our Marin frame with a white mat || Finished frame measures 15.5" x 18" || $79

It’s only fitting that day two features *double* the cuteness. These adorable bunnies from Lila and Lola look great on their own, but work even better together. Hello, cutest diptych ever. 

Gift this to: new parents!


Day 1: "Started from the Bottom" by Paper Jam Press

  "Started From The Bottom"  by  Paper Jam Press  in our  Mercer Slim  frame || Finished frame size: 17.5" x 21.5" || $99

"Started From The Bottom" by Paper Jam Press in our Mercer Slim frame || Finished frame size: 17.5" x 21.5" || $99

Everybody loves an underdog, especially when they climb their way to the top. We can't think of a typography print more inspiring than this one from Paper Jam Press in our black Mercer Slim gallery frame. 

Gift this to: your man, work spouse, or best friend to show them you're rooting for them.


See you tomorrow for our next release!

 
A photo from the night my nephews met their baby brother
 Family photo in our  Bali  frame with a white mat

Family photo in our Bali frame with a white mat

 

“I framed a picture of my 3 nephews. My youngest nephew was just born a few weeks ago.

He had to stay in the hospital a bit longer than expected so his 2 older brothers were very excited to finally get to play with him in person.

I'm gifting this to my brother. Having 3 kids under 4 will definitely be chaotic - I know this picture will remind him of the special bond that they all have.”

- Framebridge data master and cool kid Julie