More 8×10 Frames We Love

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Shiver, 8×10 in an 11×14 Frame

You might remember a few years ago we put together a post about frames for 8×10 prints. It was a big hit and it’s a resource we send many clients to via our Framing Photography page. We’ve seen many more great picture frames since then so I just wanted to take a minute to share a few of them with you:

Michael’s

Platinum Collection Black Thin Angled Frame*
Lexi Black Frame – 11×14 Frame with 8×10 Photo Opening

Pottery Barn

Wood Gallery Single Opening Frame 8×10″ Opening, 14×17″ Overall in Modern White

West Elm

Gallery Frames – Black, 14×17 Frame Holds 8×10 Photo with Mat
Gallery Frames – White, 14×17 Frame Holds 8×10 Photo with Mat

Crate & Barrel

Benson 8×10 Frame
Shore 8×10 Frame

Jysk

Roulette Photo Frame (White 8×10)

Restoration Hardware

Antiqued Nailhead Gallery Frame Black Zinc 8×10 Frame
Black Metal Gallery Frames – Narrow 8×10
Black Metal Gallery Frames – Medium 8×10

Room & Board

Profile 8×10 Frame in Black
Profile Wide 8×10 Frame in Black
Profile 8×10 Frame in Gunmetal
Profile 8×10 Frame in Silver
Profile 8×10 Frame in White
Profile Wide 8×10 Frame in White

{* Indicates that you’ll need to get a mat for this frame. Because it’s a standard size you can pick up a pre-cut from Michael’s or go to your local framer and have them cut one for you, this really is the least expensive part of framing.}

And don’t forget to be careful when you’re buying frames, some companies label the frame size as the dimensions of the glass, others use the dimensions of the window opening in the mat, so be sure to double check that you’re getting what you need.

Bonus Points

Here’s a quick tip from portrait photographer Paula Tizzard: It will make a huge difference to the look of your final piece if you take your off-the-rack frame and have a piece of non-glare glass cut for it at your local framer.

So, where do you like to buy picture frames for your 8×10 prints? Do you prefer to order your art already framed? Is there a store that you frequent when you’re in need of one? Or do you pay a visit to your local custom framer?

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