BLICK WOOD GALLERY FRAMES
PROS: I love these frames. They are clean and simple, and don’t take away from the focus, which is the art. They come in a wide variety of sizes and colors, including natural wood (shown here), walnut, white and black.
CONS: The styrene (plexiglass) that the frame comes with is not UV resistant, but you can simply and affordably swap it out for this sheet, and you’ll be good to go.
BLICK METAL GALLERY FRAMES
PROS: They’re simple, durable, and really pretty. The front profile of the frame is nice and thin, but they’re 1 3/8” deep, so they look and feel high quality. They come in gold, silver, and matte black, which is oh so beautiful.
CONS: They’re not as user friendly to put together. The process of framing involves a screw driver and little screws, and a bit of a learning curve that doesn’t take long to get the hang of. These also come with a sheet of styrene (plexiglass) to cover your art that isn’t UV resistant, but you can swap that out for this, which will offer you UV protection.