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Float Frames

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A floater frame is a modern and sleek style of frame intended for stretched canvas. These frames have no lip to cover the art. Instead, the piece is mounted from behind with space left between the edges of the canvas and the edges of the frame. This gives the illusion that the art is "floating" in the middle without contacting the frame at all.

We carry floater frames in a variety of styles, widths, and depths to accommodate different thicknesses of canvas. Typically, the frame needs to be deep enough to allow the surface of the art to be flush with, or just slightly recessed when compared with the surface of the frame. This can be accomplished by selecting a floater frame that is deeper than the canvas, and then building up the back of the piece with wood stretcher bars to achieve the desired height. The depth associated with floater frames also increases its structural integrity, allowing a narrower profile to be safely used on a larger piece.

For those looking for a frame that will add something special to their work on canvas and provide intriguing visual impact, a floater frame can be an excellent choice. With the many samples we have to choose from, you are sure to find the right one for you and your art!


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