Make your inexpensive printable art look like a million bucks by adding it to one of these stylish picture frames!
With an expanding library of printable art on platforms like Etsy, it is easier than ever to find the right piece of art for your aesthetic. What isn't so easy is making that art look high quality. That's where stylish picture frames come in!
1. Double Mat Frame
Matted frames are cool... but have you seen double matted frames? An all white double mat is great for a clean, modern look. Want to add a little drama? Go for black double mat like I did with these original Alice in Wonderland prints.
2. Distressed Frame
Just a touch of distressing on the edges of a frame can give it a more timeless, rustic feel. I bought this pack of navy distressed frames to create a family gallery wall. With the photos being black and white, the frames gave just the right amount of color to the space without being overwhelming.
3. Gold Frame
It's no secret that gold is naturally associated with luxury and royalty. Consider curating a gallery wall with a set of gold frames, or turning a simple piece into a statement piece with a gold metal frame like I did in my office!
4. Beveled Frame
If you're looking to add a little more dimension to your printable art, beveled frames are your winner. I have these beveled mirror frames in a corner of my master bedroom. The mirror reflection really highlights the photos that are inside and would make any photo look more high-end.
5. Acrylic Frame
Acrylic is a great alternative to glass! They are lightweight, shatterproof, and work with any design style. I have botanical art displayed in these acrylic gallery frames in my master bedroom and an acrylic command center in my hallway. I love how acrylic instantly adds a modern flare to any space.
Okay so I know this isn't technicallyyy a frame... but you can't tell me this isn't stunning! I had this vintage wall art in my kitchen printed on metal. It's a great way to showcase the pure beauty of a work of art or a photo. I ordered mine from Mpix and love how the vibrance of the colors wasn't compromised in the process.