Framing pictures is not as hard as it was a decade or so ago. The development of the technology allowed people to create virtual frames and use them to create art they hang in their homes. 3D printing technology allows for printing intricate frames you couldn’t create without it. But all this leads to nothing if you don’t know how to pair the art and framing. It also means nothing if you don’t know how to do a decent job at it.
You have to options when it comes to framing (if you want to end up with a product worth the space on the wall). The first option is to let the professionals do their job and pay them once the work is finished. The other option is to work with the professional to create a custom frame. I want to discuss the second option.
How to create perfect custom frames
The creation of unique frames became possible due to the advancement of the technology. You can get in contact with a pro and send patterns and other details to them. They can incorporate them into the frame and show it to you in the form of a complete product. But you shouldn’t just jump into this process as it will frustrate the professional due to lack of understanding what you are trying to convey.
If you want to create a perfect frame for an art piece, then you should follow some professional advice. It will help you in your interactions with the individual that will create it for you.
Cooperation leads to perfection
Cooperate with a professional ad the result will be excellent. First, tell them what kind of a style you have in your home. This will help them create a frame that will sit well with surrounding pieces. Share your ideas with the pro and listen to their ideas as well. Discuss them with an open mind.
Don’t be afraid to give some absurd ideas as sometimes it works the best. The art piece and the frame don’t have to blend with the surroundings all the time. At times, the piece can become a center of attention, while at other times it can become a part of something more significant. This all depends on the interaction between you and the professional framer.