ALL OF YOUR FRAMING QUESTIONS ANSWERED!


'The Adler frame features a slim, modern rectangular profile. Play with scale by grouping with other sizes and finishes in the Adler range' - Country Road

Recently I have been asked by a number of customers to recommend frames for prints they have recently purchased from the 'In Full Bloom' Collection. After trying and testing a number of different options, here is a run down of my favourites! 

The Country Road 'Alder Frame' is my favourite option, if you are not wanting to pay the extra money to have it framed professionally. Don't get me wrong, the result from professional framing is something you can't beat - however, as a lot of customers have expressed they are buying the prints as gifts, the Alder is a great way to gift the print framed, and the receiver if they want to later down the track, can always invest in professional framing.

Our 'In Full Bloom'range, which is expanding as we speak, as prints currently come in four sizes - A3, A2, A1 & Square. Square is best if you are having the print professionally framed, whereas A3, A2 & A1 look beautiful with a pre bought Alder frame. You can purchase these online from Country Road or check the availability at your nearest store!

 Image Above: Aesthete Collective

FRAMING OPTIONS

If you are purchasing an A3 Print - go for an A3 Alder Frame

(Comes in Natural, Black & White)

If you are purchasing an A2 Print - go for an A2 Alder Frame
(Comes in Natural, Black & White)

If you are purchasing an A1 Print - go for an A1 Alder Frame
(Comes in only Natural for now)

PRINT DETAILS

All of our prints are Limited Editions and are printed with luxury Giclee Lucia Pigment inks, on 310gsm Illford Gold Cotton rag.

The artwork is signed, numbered, rolled and shipped carefully in an art tube along with a certificate of authenticity. All prints come unframed and the above Adler frame is our recommendation if you are not having your print framed professionally.

Shop our limited edition prints here

HOW TO CREATE A FRAME WALL

Read Country Roads tips on how to create a frame wall here or watch below!

 


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