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For the People, By the People

Big news: we opened our very first store in Washington, D.C. We couldn’t be happier to have a real live store in the city we call home. One of the defining features of the new space is an epic gallery wall with pieces that will be rotated throughout the year. ...

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The Top Searched Rom Coms in Every State

Best Valentine's Day Movies Based on the Top Rom Coms by State With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, stores across the nation are well-stocked with heart-shaped boxes of chocolates and stuffed teddy bears. But one of the biggest treats of Valentine’s Day, besides spending time with loved ones, is ...

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2019 Design Trends, According to Us

Welcome, 2019. Considering the beautiful-but-unassuming neutrals, whites and soft leathers that adorned every home in 2018 (mine included), I must admit I’m glad to see what you have to bring us. So here we go—my predictions for the 10 interior design trends you’ll see everywhere in 2019. Enjoy!

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Old Chicago, Framed Anew

The story of how actual 19th Century Chicago School architectural details made their way into our frame collection and onto your walls. The Framebridge Archive Collection is available now.

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The History Behind Bamboo Frames

Let’s talk bamboo. The bamboo style we know and love today originated from the French term Chinoiserie, a design style that was 17th and 18th century Europe’s interpretation of Asian culture. During that period, Europe became obsessed with the Far East due to its booming trade with China.

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