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FRAMING POSTERS

Framing your favorite poster is one of the easiest and most affordable ways to really make a statement. Frames will not only keep your poster looking better for longer but it will also keep it protected from everyday wear and tear such as torn sides. Find the right frame for your favorite posters and explore decorating ideas for your rental to find the perfect piece de resistance for your room.

Posters come in all different shapes and sizes and can literally be of anything. Popular posters are of celebrities and bands, especially for the younger generation. Almost every teenager will have a poster in his or her room of a rock star, television idol, sports hero or movie star. Even younger children love seeing their favorite Disney or television characters on their walls. Older generations may choose to stick to traditional posters such as photographs of natural beach scenes, tranquil waterfalls and glorious mountains. In any case, you can enhance the look of your poster and make the perfect statement piece for any wall, and bring attention away from the efficient dryer, by adding a frame to your poster.

Choosing a Poster Frame

When it comes to choosing the right frame for your poster you need to keep two big pictures in mind. First of all, you want to be sure that the frame matches the room and décor where you will be putting it. If you want to frame a picture in your bedroom where there is dark wood furniture, then you might want to also stick to a dark wood frame rather than a vinyl black or colored one. However, a colored pink frame will look great when framing Princess Jasmine in your little girl’s room, especially if you have a pink theme already in place.

If you are putting the poster in your bedroom or in a bedroom think about the color of the sheets, the comforter, the furniture and the pillows you have chosen. You might want to choose a frame that matches your theme and color scheme. If you are framing a poster for your living area, such as the dining room or living room, you should stick to more traditional wooden frames that will complement your sofa, couch, dining room table and other larger pieces.

The other thing you need to consider when choosing your poster frame is the poster itself. Make sure you match the poster and the frame. If you are framing a picture of your daughter’s favorite rock star in a metallic outfit, then a silver frame may look good as well. If you are framing a black and white poster, then stick to a black frame to add a touch of timeless elegance to the piece.

Framing Posters Tips

When you buy a framed photo of a natural setting from a vendor or an art gallery you will most likely pay a minimum of $100. Many framed posters bought from a vendor will cost higher than $1000, especially if the artist is famous. However, by buying just the poster and framing it yourself you will be able to save a small fortune. You may be able to find posters of beautiful photographs and scenery shots for as little as $15 online or in some shops. Then, simply select a frame that suits the picture as well as the room décor and frame it yourself.

Framing posters can be a fun and creative project that allows you to add a personal touch to any room but without the price tag that often accompanies framed wall art. Shop around for frames at department stores, online and specialty shops to find the perfect match for your poster.

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