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Family Hierloom

Family Hierloom
When I first began at The Frame Studio my initial thoughts of designing a frame layout could have been described as straightforward. Since then I have learned quite a bit about quality frame design.  For instance this framing project below is stunning yet simple. The quality of materials used is obvious. The white matte provides a key function giving space between the frame and the picture letting the layout breath and draw the focus to the babies. But, what sets this framing apart is the matching fillet and frame with their natural wood tones which compliment the grass and the woven baskets o...
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Programs and Tickets

Programs and Tickets
Big bowl games and the end of a season games usually hold a lot of sentimental value to die hard fans, and this framing was no exception for this client. This example really exemplifies how holding onto little things from events like these can make for a great piece that brings back all the emotion you experienced while you were at the event. This client has been a fan of the Miami Hurricanes his whole life even when he went away to the University of Florida he still remained a fan. So, framing these tickets and programs was an easy decision for him. In my opinion the best design is a simple d...
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A Night at the Movies

A Night at the Movies
When a movie is as classic and unforgettable as Pulp Fiction, it is necessary for the framing to reflect that. This completed piece does this perfectly with the combination of the matte, frame and fillet. The frame is a black Larson Juhl frame with an accent of silver around the edges.  Which is exactly what you want for a dark movie room where this piece is going to hang. The black matte intentionally doesn't match the black frame or the black poster.  This creates a nice separation that makes it easier to focus on the poster.  The fillet which matches the same style as the frame really makes...
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