In this final part of the 12 Functions of Framing, we’re going to look at the types of materials best used in frames. In part 4, we’ll also touch on hand finishes and framing memorabilia, such as rugby shirts.
After we’ve looked at framing machinery and framing standards in our earlier blogs, we can turn to glazing and reflections. In part 3, we’ll look at choosing the right kind of options for a framed work and how to avoid colour fading.
Read on to discover the 12 key functions of framing – these short bullet points can help answer any questions you might have about frames and the framing process. In part one, we’ll look at some of the essential machinery involved:
Frequently Asked Picture Framing Questions
As you might imagine, we get a lot of questions about framing. It’s surprisingly more detailed work than you’d think. Here’s a sample of some of the more regular questions we get: