Putting up memory trees is always fun, but it is quite a challenge having to piece together un-matching frames in one project. Putting several nails and tacks on the wall even adds to the tedious process. Luckily, there is a simpler way to display and tell a story with your family's precious photographs without having to worry about unmatched frame sets and without getting into trouble with your landlord for putting too many holes in the wall. Multi-picture frames or multi-aperture picture frames make the perfect alternative to several mini picture frames that you have to hang individually. Check out your trusted frame store and you will that you can use for your family's weekend project or for a serious home decorating job. Multi-aperture frames come in a wide variety of types, shapes, and sizes, perfect for all types of decorative display purposes.
Using a multi-picture frame will save you the trouble of purchasing an assortment of miniature and regular-sized picture frames to create a collage of your favourite family memories. Multi-picture frames are large frames, often with 3 to 4 openings where you can display several photos at once. Other multiple aperture frames come with only two windows, while others can go as many as 16 frames or openings, allowing more space for more photographs.
A versatile piece of display fixture, multi-aperture frames come in a countless selection of unique designs that will truly get your creative juices flowing. Some have same-size windows while others is a hodgepodge of small and large ones, much like a collage of differently sized frames, stylishly put together to create one decorative piece. Filling your wall with fun memories has never been this easy. Not only that, you can also use multi-picture frames to create elegant art pieces and continuity photos, for a more stylistic and artistic effect.
Multi-picture frames, just like other types and designs of frames can also be made out of various materials like wood and metal. They also typically come with durable backing material and matting or mounting boards. These picture frames, particularly small ones, may also be hanged or set on tabletops, with a convenient easel stand
To make framing easier, you can print photographs in the same layout as your multi-aperture frame. However, it is also possible to put individual photographs in and arrange them according to the frame's layout.
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This article is written by Rob Zanna, who is associated with . EzeFrame pride themselves as a quality supplier of Picture frames and mounts, Multi-aperture frames, print and frame, Readymade frames and Box frames.