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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.
Meet the Artist: Sugarhouse Supply
Tucked away in a lovely corner of the internet is Sugarhouse Supply Company, a charming shop that sells everything from photography prints to fine jewelry to paddle boards.
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.
How to Get Your Home Ready for the Holidays
Having people over for the holidays? From getting your guest room ready to making sure you're dining room is all decked out for Thanksgiving Dinner, we have some tricks to help.
Things You Can Framebridge: Wedding Edition
If you’re anything like us, you save stuff. That means you’ve got lots of mementos to remember the big day, from the invitation to photostrips to cute cocktail napkins.
The History Behind Your Favorite Gallery Walls
The short answer is 17th century France. The long answer is rooted in artistic, political, and cultural history which we now impart to you. Here follows a brief history of the gallery wall.
Affordable Art You Can Impulse Buy
Art doesn’t have to break the bank. Between digital downloads and prints, you can own beautifully framed art you love without reconfiguring your budget. We rounded up some of our very favorite places to shop for affordable art that looks like a million bucks.
Our Ultimate Guide to Free Art
They say the best things in life are free, and we’re inclined to agree. With the right frame, almost anything can be art.
Meet the Mini Gallery Wall Collection
If you’ve been on Pinterest in the last couple years, you know grid gallery walls are all the rage. But those perfectly crisp lines aren’t always the easiest to achieve. Enter the Mini Collection.