How many pieces of art do you have stashed somewhere, waiting to be framed? If you’re like us, too many to count.
Enter Framebridge, a new online service that takes the hassle out of custom framing. Simply chose a frame from Framebridge’s online catalog of more than 35 styles, then either upload or mail in your artwork—using prepaid Framebridge packaging—to be custom framed. Final delivery is always free, and Framebridge can work with any format—from unstretched canvases and antique prints to snaps from your Instagram feed.
Here’s the good news: Framebridge is giving one Remodelista reader $1,000 to spend on custom framing. To enter, sign up for email from Framebridge and Remodelista in the box below (the deadline is Thursday, May 5). The winner, chosen at random, will be notified by email by May 7; see Official Rules for details. Bonus points—all entrants will receive a discount code from Framebridge. Please note: This contest is now closed.
Above: Framebridge designers are always on hand to answer your questions and help you choose the right frame for your artwork. Here, a floral photograph by artist Lupen Grainne in the Buckhead antiqued silver frame.
Above: Deadlines for Mother’s Day orders are fast approaching: Order by April 22 for mail-in artwork and by May 1 for digitally printed artwork. Shown here, a seascape print by travel photographer Natalie Obradovich in the Framebridge Newport frame.
Above: A giclée print of an oil painting by artist Kai Samuels-Davis in the Irvine white frame.
Above: Framebridge’s distressed black Augusta frame looks equally at home in traditional spaces and bright, modern ones.
Above: Blogger Ana of Lucky Penny made a gallery wall of family photos using the Irvine, Mercer, and Richmond style frames. To help you plan your own gallery wall, Framebridge offers a Gallery Wall Consultation with an expert, sample layouts, a final hanging map, and $50 toward framing, all for $99.
Don’t forget to enter your email address below by Thursday, May 5, to enter to win $1,000 in custom framing from Framebridge.
This contest is now closed.