ArtToFrames 16x25 inch Coffee Picture Frame, 2WOMFRBW26061-16x25
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This is a brand new 16x25 picture, photo, diploma, poster frame (meaning a 16 '' x 25 '' or a 25 '' x 16 '' print will fit just right). This 16 x 25 Coffee frame is made of MDF, measuring 1.25'' wide, and 0.75'' deep, with a .375 '' deep rabbet (the space below the lip to the bottom of the frame). It is carefully made to the highest quality industry standards. This frame comes with Plexi Glass. This Wood Tones 1 designer frame is a unique frame that you will not find in most frame shops. The frame is perfect to lighten up your most cherished picture, photo, art gallery, poster, photograph, painting, diploma, artwork, craft project, needle-point or more, yet modest enough to match just about any environment. This Coffee frame works perfectly with black-and-white , and color pictures or paintings. Makes a nice Christmas gift! Please don't hesitate to browse through our policies and feedback. If you're not sure this is exactly the frame you'd like, feel free to use the search at the top of this page and search ArtToFrames to view our huge selection of wood picture frames, metal picture frames, and premade picture frames. Don't forget to add us to favorites, so you don't have to search for us again next time you need a picture frame!~Product SKU # - - 2WOMFRBW26061-16x25~
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The frame itself is surprisingly solid in construction. It's nothing fancy, but it's also far from cheapest frame I've seen. Definitely better than most you'll find at craft stores. Not to mention, frames in these dimensions are basically non-existent. Having odd sizes is the biggest plus out there. Price is also extremely reasonable, in my opinion.
Backing is cardboard. It's not a huge deal, but I would prefer something a bit more rigid. Their larger frames, including this one, also use a rather thin piece of plexiglass instead of glass. Completely understandable considering the cost, plus I'm sure shipping a large piece of glass would end up in a lot of returned frames. Can't really dock them too much for saving on materials, but the lack of rigidity in both the backing and plexiglass did make keep the picture inside flat a bit of work.
Can't comment on the mounting hardware, as I use command strips for just about everything. I guess I should note, for anyone else who uses them as well, they stick well to this frame.
Only possible negative is the back holding the print is cardboard. You don’t see the back when it’s hung so it’s not a problem for me but I want others to be aware.