Dayton in Cocoa frame


The Dayton is our natural wood style, with a flat profile face that is 1 ¼” wide. It’s made from a North American hardwood (Poplar) that’s either stained or painted. Made in the USA.

Note: Due to the natural features of this finished wood, the frame moulding grain pattern may not be as consistently matched as our finger-jointed wood profiles. You can expect variations in grain patterns, courtesy of Mother Nature. :)

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Customers Who Love This Frame Style

January 19, 2020

I love this company – I used to work in custom framing and am an avid print collector, and I've been nothing but impressed with the quality from Frameiteasy – the packaging, the customer service, the turnaround time, the matting, and of course the frames themselves. Great prices and American made – I will be a customer for years to come.

Bryan — Austin, TX

December 26, 2019

Very impressed with the quality of packaging for shipping, and of the frames themselves. Products were exactly as described and fit art perfectly. Overall, exceeded expectations. Thank you!

Elizabeth — Chico, CA

December 23, 2019

Arrived on time, well packed - in environmentally friendly packaging. Even enclosed lint free clothes for the Acrylic, great instructions. Size and color were perfect. Would definitely recommend and use again.

Mary — Prospect, KY

December 22, 2019

Thank you ever so much for the frame and the clear acrylic cover. The quality of the frame is superb not to mention all the other parts and hardware (and directions) that was already attached to the frame. I really appreciate the precision that was used in assembling the frame. Also the packing for delivery was of the best kind. The delivery was prompt without any damages to the frame even though it traveled 3000 miles across the country. I will definitely recommend FRAME IT EASY to my friends and family and also I will continue to purchase frames for all my needlepoint crafts from You. Thank you so much for your care and a great product! With appreciation, Margaret

Margaret — Ramona, CA

December 22, 2019

I am so happy with this purchase and this vendor. Already planning my next order!

Patti — New Windsor, NY

December 19, 2019

The frames arrived earlier than expected, and the set up instructions were easy to follow. My art fits perfectly in the frames. I love that the packaging material is recyclable, too!

Jane — Seattle, WA

December 11, 2019

I almost cried at how perfect my new frame fit my odd sized picture. The craftmanship is above and beyond what i expected. The frame was packaged with exceptional care and arrived earlier than i expected. Thank you so very much, i will proudly recommend your company to everyone.

Sharon Louise — Chester, NH

December 11, 2019

OMG! I am so excited! I am so in love with these frames. Part of it is of course the photo that will go inside. However how the frames were packed and the quality is so lovely. You will be my go to framers always!! Highly recommend!! ♥️♥️♥️

Ruth R — San Jose, CA

December 11, 2019

The frames are true to size and fit my artwork perfectly. I like how they used cardboard for packaging instead of synthetic materials that you can’t recycle. I am overall very satisfied!

Stephanie — Davis, CA

December 9, 2019

My frame arrived at the promised scheduled time. It was well packaged for protection. The frame is beautiful. It is well made and good quality. I measured very carefully so it does fit my US Coast and Geodetic Survey reproduction map. It’s a gift for someone with a vacation home. . I would recommend your Company for framing needs.

MaryAnne — Cromwell, CT

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