Photo frames

Quality Photo Frames

Wooden Photo Frames

Silver plated photo frames

Silver Plated Photo Frames

Diamante photo frames

Diamante Photo Frames

Black glass photo frame

Glass Photo Frames

Multi aperture photo frames

Multi Aperture Photo frames

Double silver plated photo frames

Double Photo Frames

Black photo frame

Black Photo Frames

Capiz shell photo frame

Shell Photo Frames

White photo frame

White Photo Frames

Shabby chic photo frame

Shabby Chic Photo Frames

Romantic enamel photo frame

Enamel Photo Frames

About Our Photo Frames

We have tried to provide frames that most people are searching for. For example:

  • Multi Aperture Frames – if you have several photos to display and you don’t have room for lots of frames, these will enable you to show off several photos in the one frame: up to 15 photographs per frame! There are two types of multi aperture frames: a frame with mountboard that has more than one cutout, and frames with several ‘windows’ that have wood, glass, or silver plated surrounds.
  • Wooden Photo Frames – look closely at the back of cheaper frames and you will see the corners are joined by one or two staples pinned into the wood. Unlike sheets of paper where the staple bends inwards to securely clasp the paper, staples in wood cannot bend and consequently their grip is not that secure. Most of our wooden frames have a spline inserted at each corner and the joints are glued. You will find more information about this here.
  • Silver Plated Photo Frames – solid silver frames are very expensive. Silver plating looks just as good and is much more affordable.

The Best Way to Search For Frames

Click on the images above, or use the menu at the top of the page. The latter will enable you to search by material (wood, glass, silver plated metal, or shell frames); by size (we have frames in all the popular sizes); or by another category – maybe you particularly want a black frame or one with multiple apertures.

There is a Wish List that you can use to save frames that you like. Then, when you have finished searching, go to your Wish List to see all the frames you like in one place and make your choice.

Finally, if have a photograph that doesn’t fit the frame you like, you can learn how to crop and resize the photo here. There’s a link to a free tool that makes this easy.