Once you have artwork, photos or other objects professionally framed, you’ll definitely want to show off the results. Our professional framing experts at Rosenbaum Framing, and our sister division, RFA Decor, share some useful tips on how to hang your art or other custom framing techniques.
Whether you were an art major in college or you are simply looking for a new hobby, you have always admired artists and their ability to turn a blank canvas into a masterpiece. While you may have dabbled in fine art before, you are now ready to start a fine art collection of your own, but doing so is easier said than done.
Whether you are a passionate NFL fan or college football is more your style, every fall means the return of football season and the opportunity to attend a few games of your favorite team. Instead of tossing those tickets when the game is over, take the time to frame them, especially if it was the game where everyone rushed the field or you got to witness the greatest comeback in your team’s history. You will be happy to look back at these memories often.
A new home offers a blank canvas for decorating. After unpacking the boxes and putting the furniture in place, it is time to start filling up the empty space, hanging items on the wall, and making sure that the house looks like a home. You want to make your home decor look like an interior designer it was involved, and we want to help.
Accidents happen. Pictures can fall off the walls. Glass can break when picture frames are transported from one place to the next no matter how careful you are. Even the highest-quality frames can chip or get scratched over time. When this is the case, don’t let your old or broken picture frame get lost in a closet, basement, attic or garage and your photos or artwork forgotten as you keep putting off a solution. As providers of professional framing services in Florida, we have some ideas about how to fix a broken picture frame.
This New Year, as you reflect on all that you have done, take a look at all of the wonderful pictures on your phone that you may have forgotten about. Because we live in the digital age, we are used to posting photos online or scrolling right past them on our phones without a second look. Instead of letting these photos collect digital dust, make a New Year’s resolution to get your pictures off your phone and actually do something with them.
When Black Friday hits, holiday shopping has officially begun. Department and big-box stores advertise outrageous sales and people flock to the mall at ungodly hours. But don’t let the nationwide sales distract you. You can find meaningful gifts and support your local community at the same time on Small Business Saturday.
Whether you are opening up a new office or find yourself in charge of décor for a hospital, staring at a bunch of blank white walls can be daunting. Atmosphere is important and off-brand décor can kill the mood of your business. Empty walls aren’t exactly inviting either. You need art or photos framed and hung that reflect your business.
From your grandmother’s wedding dress to your great uncle’s pocket watch, family heirlooms are sentimental pieces that are worth so much more than their monetary value. Instead of leaving these family treasures sitting in the attic, collecting dust and forgotten, there are many ways to preserve your family heirlooms.
The holidays are a wonderful time of year. They are filled with cheer, special moments, and quality time with your family. They may also include some holiday firsts, making these days extra special. No matter what wonderful memories the holidays bring, you will want to preserve them.