Guest Picks: Picture-Perfect Frames
The pretty pinstripe in this frame will bring out the best in any photo. Incorporating bone and wood into the design makes it feel natural but still refined.
This simple yet gorgeous frame can grace your dresser for less than $10. The rounded corners will bring some much-needed variety to the run-of-the-mill rectangular frames.
Though their price tags may not be budget friendly, the intricate details and platinum plating of these L'Objet frames make them true works of art.
This Jonathan Adler frame creates an easy focal point in any vignette around your home. The octagonal shape will certainly make it stand out from the crowd.
Environmentally conscious consumers rejoice! These teak frames incorporate new and recycled wood to create gorgeous texture — while keeping our precious natural resources in mind.
Want to give a nod to the art deco days? Add one of these faux shagreen frames into your design, and you'll be one step closer to assembling an amazing collection of textures and materials.
For the nautically inclined, this Reed & Barton frame is sure to be a winner. The rope will create plenty of texture with the frames already in your collection.
Should your budget be limited, don't fret: You can still display your favorite photos without breaking the bank. This $4 frame will do the trick.
Lovers of lacquer will want to snap up these Burled Wood frames from Williams-Sonoma. No two are exactly alike, so you can incorporate them throughout your home without worrying about excess repetition.
The classic black and white combination comes to life with this Moroccan-inspired picture frame. It will make a fun statement wherever it is placed in your home.
Spread a few of these frames around your home to bring perfect little doses of personality. Their petite size will also make them the ideal candidates for spicing up your frame collection.
Don't sacrifice character when keeping your budget in check. These $6 Ikea frames will keep things fun and interesting without putting a serious dent in your wallet.
You don't need to go on a safari to use this hand-painted zebra frame. The neutral color scheme keeps from overpowering the photo it holds.
What happens when you pair linen with antiqued steel? You get a beautiful picture frame that will stand the test of time.
Perfect for quick picture changes, these acrylic block frames from Pottery Barn make it easy to help any guest feel at home. The best part? You can use them to showcase items other than photos.
For another dose of texture and intrigue, look no further than these bone inlay frames from Pottery Barn. Make your color photos positively pop against the ivory tiles.
West Elm hits a home run in the glamour department with these antiqued-mirror frames. You can even monogram them for an extra special touch.
Take the nautical feel to another level with these silver-plated rope frames. Available in a number of sizes, they will surely work for your favorite photos.
Help make the man cave more personal with these leather frames from Restoration Hardware. The leather feels stately and elegant without trying too hard.Next: Tips for framing art
Reed & Barton does it again with this raffia and cane masterpiece. This frame would be the ideal home for any coastal vacation photos you have.