Framing Ideas

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To mat or not to mat...

 

This image shows an 11x14 print framed two different ways.

 

As you can see, when you use a mat your print takes up more space on your wall! It also creates breathing room around the print that makes it really pop.

Small and medium prints from Danika's studio arrive already matted! Check the chart below to determine what size frame you need.

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Gallery Walls

 

Have you collected a lot of small artworks and don't know what to do with them? Let us introduce the gallery wall. You can fill a large wall using multiple pieces of artwork, photos, etc. 

If that's not your style, but you have a large, empty wall we recommend framing an XL print (example image is 24x36.)

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Custom Framing

 

Can't find the right look for your home?

Danika's prints can always be taken to your local frame shop. Printed on archival paper, these prints will be with you for a long time. Invest in protecting them from the elements with a custom that fits your style. 

Austin frame shop recommendations:

 

Recommended Ready-Made Frames

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These frames offer quality at an affordable price. They come in a variety of shapes and colors.

Pro-Tip: Visit a local frame shop and have them cut low-glare glass to upgrade your frame. It's easy to switch out the standard plexiglass with glass.

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If you find yourself needing a custom mat, we recommend matboard plus. All mats from Danika's studio are the "warm white" color.

 
 

What Size Frame Do I Need?

Sizes listed in inches

These Prints Ship Already Matted

Use a frame that matches the “mat size” corresponding with the print size you ordered.

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These Prints Ship Rolled in a Tube, Without a Mat

Add a mat and frame that works best for your space.

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*Indicates this frame size is a little less common

You might need to order a custom mat to fit your frame or visit a custom frame shop.