The Travel Collection
A colorful collection inspired by the most Framebridged places in the world.
ABOUT THE COLLECTION
Even when the world slowed down, you continued to Framebridge the places you’ve traveled. Now, as we imagine future adventures, we think it’s time to bring in some color. These solid wood frames with rich glazed finishes are inspired by artisanal pottery and hues plucked from your travels—from the soft pink of cafés of Paris to the jade found in the temples of Bangkok and beyond. Where will you go next?
Explore a Whole World of Color
A soft pink inspired by the buildings, cafes, and bakeries of the winding streets of Paris, the #1 most Framebridged international city.
Named for the #2 most Framebridged international city, this British racing green is reminiscent of wellies, polo jerseys, and Shoreditch cafe awnings.
A lush green inspired by the Andes Mountains and Urubamba River valley, which hide Machu Picchu, the #2 most Framebridged international landmark.
A deep red, inspired by the regalia, wine, and gladiator blood of Italy’s capital, the #3 most Framebridged international city.
Inspired by the distinct mint green of the Tyrrhenian Sea along Italy’s Almalfi Coast, the #4 most Framebridged international region.
This ochre and saffron color is reminiscent of the late afternoon light that illuminates the Taj Mahal, the #10 most Framebridged international landmark.
Inspired by the deep blue of the Pacific along the edge of the most photographed pool in the world—the Bondi Icebergs in Sydney, Australia, the #18 most Framebridged international city.
A coral red for the bright red and orange torii gates that welcome you to over 400 shrines known as Jinja or Taisha in Kyoto, Japan, the #4 most Framebridged international city.
Jade green for the iconic semi-precious stone found in the many temples throughout Thailand, the #11 most Framebridged country.
Inspired by the royal blue rooftops found on Greece’s famous Aegean islands, the #17 most Framebridged international region.