This is probably my favourite page on the whole site because I get to talk about and show you the wonderful products I use to display your images at their very best.
My best selling product because a framed print will suit both a traditional and a contemporary home. I use a carefully selected range of modern frames to suit all decor styles and colours and I will have a full set of samples at your viewing. We can wander around the house with them or see what your images look like in your chosen frame on the screen. We can also, of course, design frames with more than one image.
Now completely established as a family wall product, I supply canvases in 40mm and 70mm depths. One will be right for your space. Made to a high standard and designed never to sag!
If you like the idea of a framed print but like the depth provided by a canvas you are going to love the box frame. There is no mount or glazing and the print goes right up to the thin frame. Simple and elegant.
On the other hand, if you like the idea of a canvas print but want a frame this product is for you. Your image is produce on canvas material and then floats (well it looks that way, anyway) in a chunky wood frame. A very solid statement on your wall.
At the risk of seeming to offering “all the colours in all the sizes” this variation on the frame is an unglazed print, without mount, placed in a chunky wooden frame and the overall effect softened by an additional curved frame between the two. (OK, so you probably have to see this to get the full effect.)
A simple, elegant creation in which the image really is the hero. The print is mounted onto a 20mm solid board, almost to the edge, but on all four sides there is a small bevel. The board come is a variety of edge options to suit your mood.
Not experienced the wow factor yet? Then try this ultra modern product which has been introduced to the market this year and is the latest in high definition print technology. Your image is fused onto an aluminium sheet which is then steel edged with round corners. Hanging is via a small hidden block behind the sheet resulting in a product that “floats” 12mm from the wall. This is one of my personal favourites.
The fully printed cover of this album is a substantial hardback design and the whole book is traditionally bound with end papers and beading (just like those Folio Society books). The pages themselves are professional photographic prints mounted onto a light rigid board, so they won’t get bent or damaged when viewed. Best size, in my view is the 10×7” as it makes a small but impactful addition to your photographic shelf – but it won’t upstage your wedding album! However, sizes up to 14×10” or 12×12” can also be produced – these will just linger on your lounge coffee table. Trust me, they will.
Originally aimed squarely at the top end of the wedding market, these stunning handmade albums are, quite simply, the ultimate portrait album experience. That’s why I source them all the way from New Zealand.