Photo frames are used to show photos while and at the same time protect them from harm. The frames are also used to show important records such as business permits, degree and accreditation’s. The components are usually created from three main materials: wood, metal and plastic. Metal frameworks are resilient and are produced in an extensive range of designs. They are usually created from different components such as: chrome, brass, bronze, sterling, and pewter.
Plastic frames are usually light and portable which makes them perfect to be installed in places that can’t hold a lot of weight. Finally, wood components are created in different designs and from different kinds of timber. The frameworks can be stained, engraved, adorned, and even colored to match your flavor. Photo frames come in different measurements and kinds. When it comes to dimension, there are small, medium, large and poster dimension frameworks. The measurements are usually in inches wide and they are standardized. For example a poster frame measures 16×20, 22×28, a large measures 8×10, 8×12, 8.5×11, 9×12, a medium measures 4×6, 5×7, 6×8, while a small frame measures 3×5, 3×5.5, 3×3, Although, these are the common frame measurements, customized models can be created for images whose measurements don’t fit any of the above measurements. When it comes to types, there are float, clip, shadowbox and digital frame supports. Shadowbox structures are strong boxes that usually have a glass protecting over the top. Just like other components, these supports are installed or placed straight. In most situations, they are used to show one image or an image along with other relevant things. The most exclusive thing about them is that they usually stick out from the walls when hung; therefore, they are not perfect for little places. Float structures are recognized by a space between the sides of an image and the within starting of the structure and as a result give the overall look that the image is sailing in the air.