Beautiful, quality, sustainably sourced frame mouldings
We have joined forces with an established New Zealand framer to give you a competitive and gallery-quality framing for all your art. All frames are made to order by our team of framing experts.
- Sustainably sourced high-quality wood mouldings
- Frames available in either three styles: white, black, or natural
- Optional white matboard available on all framing orders
- Picture-perfect clear glass (or custom glass option if selected) to protect your artwork
- All frames come with a free hanging kit and guide
Please note, our framing adds an additional 2–3 weeks for our team to prepare, build, and assemble your frame.
Three colours to choose from
We use the top of the line sustainably sourced mouldings stocked by the largest global picture framing wholesaler, meaning your artwork arrives looking beautiful, ready to hang.
- Black frame moulding – hardwood coated with gesso to achieve a smooth and luxurious finish. Finished in black.
- White frame moulding – hardwood coated with gesso to achieve a smooth and luxurious finish. Finished in white.
- Natural frame moulding – the best hardwood selected and finely finished to achieve a timeless natural finish – not shortcuts with laminated wood here!
Do I need a matboard?
Matboards are commonly found in frames as they provide a physical and visual barrier between the artwork and the glass, protecting it from dirt, dust, and moisture. They can help to frame the artwork as well, by creating a contrasting border and providing a bit more breathing room between the artwork and the frame itself.
In the vast majority of scenarios, we recommend selecting a matboard as an option if purchasing a print framed.
Anatomy of a picture frame
- Matboard – Additional layer with window detail cut out to reveal artwork. Used to stand artwork from glass and to help better frame the image.
- Moulding – We offer three hardwood moulding styles on offer – black, white, and natural.
- Glass – We offer three glass options – standard, UV, and non-reflective glass. Learn more about the differences here.