Thank you so much for collecting a print! I am so grateful for your support.  Now for the fun part: framing. Frames really are an extension of the work, and the perfect frame can help all styles of artwork fit seamlessly into any space. 

You can show off your style with the frames you choose for your print. Because my work can be bold and colorful, I find my work pairs well with a simple frame. I tend to gravitate towards natural wood and metal frames. However this is an opportunity to show off your style, so if you want a more ornate frame, go for it!


If you are looking for frames for your art prints, look no further. Here are some of my favorite frames. These range from inexpensive DIY to custom professional framing. 



Signed and Numbered is one of my favorite local framers in SLC, Utah. They offer a range of frames from funky colored and textured frames to beautifully built simple wood ones. 


Framebridge is a great option for affordable custom framing up to 32" x 40" with free shipping and excellent customer service. This is a more expensive option than choosing a stock mat and frame, but if you are not handy or would prefer a professional framer to handle the framing, this is the option for you.


Simply Framed is another great option for custom online framing. They are a bit more expensive than other online framers, but they do offer custom framing for extra-large pieces. This is an option if you are seeking a custom-framed oversized print.


Examples: West Elm, Williams Sonoma, Pottery Barn




Examples: Target, Ikea, Blick Art Supply, Amazon, Wayfair, CB2




I love going thrifting to find unique frames - you can even take these to your local framer to have glass and wire replaced and a custom mat if needed. 


*Disclosure: Some of the links above are affiliate links, meaning, at no extra cost to you, I will make a commission if you click through it and purchase.