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Dayton - 1 1/4" Natural Wood Picture Frame

Rustic & Unique

The Dayton is our natural wood picture frame style, with a flat profile face that is 1 ¼” wide. This wood picture frame is made from a North American hardwood that's either stained or painted.

Framed American Flag Made in America

Note: Due to the natural features of this finished wood, the frame moulding grain pattern may not perfectly match at the corners. Every frame is unique, thanks to Mother Nature's charm. :)

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Wood vs. Natural Wood Frame Style Comparison

Profile Material Color Options Dimensions Finish Grain Patterns (where applicable)
Derby
(Wood)
North American hardwood that’s finger-jointed* & either wrapped** or painted 9 1 ¼” thick (¾” deep) Wood wrapped** or painted Always consistent
Dayton
(Natural Wood)
Solid North American hardwood that’s either stained or painted 7 1 ¼” thick (¾” deep) Stained or painted Variable thanks to Mother Nature’s charm
Danbury
(Natural Wood)
Solid North American hardwood that’s either stained or painted 7 ¾” thick (1” deep) Stained or painted Variable thanks to Mother Nature’s charm
Durham
(Natural Wood)
Solid North American hardwood that’s either stained or painted 7 1” thick (1 ¼“ deep) Stained or painted Variable thanks to Mother Nature’s charm
Wilton
(Composite Wood)
Composite Wood (MDF) that's wrapped** 3 1 ¼” thick (¾” deep) Wood wrapped** Always consistent

*Finger-jointed frames are made from recycled solid wood pieces that are bonded and joined together.

**Wrapped wood has a decorative covering which allows for a perfectly consistent finish.

Why Choose Our Wood Picture Frame in Dayton?

  • This wood picture frame has a more natural and organic look as it is made from solid pieces of natural wood
  • Would better match natural wood accents in your home
  • 1 ¼” thickness is our most popular wood frame thickness
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