Category: Picture Framing 101

How To Care For Your Picture Frames: 3 Pro Tips For Maintenance

While caring for most picture frames should be an easy task, there are still some helpful things you should keep in mind. We’ve got a few custom frame maintenance tips that will ensure your frame stays in good condition for years to come.

Custom Picture Framing: The 1/4” Overlap

The quarter inch overlap is a key part of custom framing, but it’s sometimes overlooked, and orders can arrive with unexpected measurements. In this blog, we are going to help you out with how to find an “Art Size” that’s perfect for you and your picture frame.

Top 5 Tips For Hanging Picture Frames Like a Pro

Picture frames, while meant to preserve and showcase your most precious memories, aren’t quite as effective if you don’t hang them properly. In this guide, we will take you through 5 key things to consider when hanging a picture frame.

Frame It Easy® First Time Order Guide

Frame it Easy® is an online custom frame service, and through this article we’ll help you understand the ins and outs of ordering from us.

How Much Do Custom Picture Frames Online Cost?

While there are many factors that can affect the cost of a custom picture frame, ordering online often offers some money (and time) saving advantages. In this guide we’ll help find the right frame for your needs and budget.

Store-Bought, Standard-Size Picture Frames vs. Online Custom Picture Frames: How to Choose

Picture framing, like everything else, is slowly developing an online marketplace. While the convenience of buying a picture frame from a store can seem attractive, there are some key issues to consider when buying standard-sized picture frames.

Acrylic vs. Glass Picture Frame Covers: Which Is Best?

Acrylic and glass are typically the two main options for a picture frame cover. Both have benefits and drawbacks, but which is best? When you’re looking to purchase a frame, this should be one of many questions to take into consideration.

Wood vs. Metal Picture Frames: Which Should You Choose?

Metal and wood are the two most common materials for custom frames. Which you prefer depends on your aesthetic taste, but both materials have differences that you should consider before buying your frame.