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Old 22-11-2005, 14:31   #1 (permalink)
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What type of frames?

It's about time I got some proper prints done and hung them round my mansion!

So, what are peoples thoughts on good frames (not too expensive please) that complement landscape pictures?

PS. No clippy frames for me now on!
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Old 22-11-2005, 14:41   #2 (permalink)
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Ikea do a good selection at reasonable prices...in all finishes and sizes.

Thats usually a good place to start..most of them also come with a plain white mount which usually compliments most pictures. I have the facilities to cut my own mount boards as well though, so changing those to any colour usually makes my pictures look ok for very little cost.
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Good call Steve, there's even one in Bristol!
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Ikea's a pretty good first port of call for anything that goes inside a house tbh. They're dirt cheap for most things. Plus you can get a hot dog on the way out for a matter of pence. Yum.
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Note you can save money on mounts by adding them to the original shot ....although this may not work out feasible on larger prints (eg. print cost is more to include mount)
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habitat do very nice ones, they are more expensive than ikeas but noticably better imo
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