There are five methods we offer for displaying decor-size metal prints:
– Shadow Block mount, no visible frame
– Flush Frame, metal frame material
– Float Frame, always wood frame material
– Inset Frame
For canvas prints, we offer:
– Simple internal frame – canvas stretched around a frame you don’t see
– Float Frame (painted/stained wood) – My suggested approach for your beach home
You may like a canvas print of one of your chosen surf images, float-framed in the white wooden moulding pictured further down.
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Below you see the back of “shadow block mounted” metal print, most popular. But maybe not be for a beach home.
Below, you can see how the Flush Frame provides a strong back for the larger pieces, while remaining unobtrusive.
Now for the Float Frame mouldings! We can frame any metal or canvas print with these. The white moulding featured in our photo below would be perfect for an Atlantic beach home, especially when combined with a canvas print.
My dad & son smile at us from two different versions of the same photo, both printed on canvas, and both framed in a simple, black Float Frame. Imagine your surf image, printed on canvas, surrounded by that elegant white moulding shown above. I think it would be a winner.
You can see the difference between glossy metal on the left, and canvas on the right. We do make a matte-finish metal. But canvas seems like the right choice for your decor.
This video provides an even better illustration of the look of the glossy metal.