Good Questions: Framing Nursery Art

Good Questions: Framing Nursery Art

Jul 27, 2007

Ghislaine has a question for us all: I have been buying Tiny Showcase and Etsy prints to use in my nursery. I love them, but am at a loss for how to frame them. I have 6 prints, and will probably buy a few more - I need framing and display advice! The room's walls are pale green, the furniture is white, and the centerpiece of my small collection are two Amy Ross prints.

The only thing we love more than affordable art is affordable framing! Below, two of our favorite framing ideas, and hopefully readers will chime in with more suggestions.

10"x10" wood frame (pictured right). We have used these to great effect with some Tiny Showcase prints. The mat brings the frameable area down to 5"x5", and the plain black frame and white mat lets the art pop. A row of these would turn your prints into a gallery. And at $15.39, you can frame as many as you want without guilt!

Floating frames. If the wall color is pretty, floating frames turn it into the mat for your art. A dark frame and floating glass makes small prints really pop.

AT readers, how would you frame a collection of art in the 4"x6" range to really show it off?

Photo Credit: Tiny Showcase, Amy Ross print

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