Save yourself seven years of bad luck by transporting your mirror the correct way. Mirrors can be bulky, delicate and sometimes oddly-shaped, items, which is why transporting a mirror is so challenging. Aside from being delicate, some mirrors hold sentimental, and even monetary, value. So before you transport your mirror, make sure you use the best materials and methods to complete the task. Rosenbaum Framing, the premier art framers in Boca, is here to share the best way to transport a large mirror for maximum protection. Continue reading “How to Transport a Mirror”
A gilded picture frame, also called a gold leaf picture frame, is the result of applying a thin layer of gold leaf to a wooden picture frame. Sometimes imitation gold is also used on other picture framing materials for a similar look. This decorative technique has been used for centuries and is now applied to give a frame a luxurious look. While the trend itself has stood the test of time, these frames may become worn, damaged, or faded as time passes.
In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, many nursing homes have stopped allowing visitors for the safety of their residents. Unfortunately, this means that several people are unable to see their parents, grandparents, or other loved ones for the time being. Although you cannot be together in person, you can still make your loved one feel special and be together in spirit.
You have probably heard the old saying that breaking a mirror leads to seven years of bad luck. Whether or not you are superstitious, if you are moving a mirror any time soon, you want to make sure that it makes it to its new location in one piece. As providers of professional art framing services, we have tips on everything from how to pack a mirror correctly to how to move a mirror without breaking it.