What To Do With An Old or Broken Picture Frame

broken picture frame glass

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.

How to Fix a Broken Picture Frame

When the glass is broken or a frame starts to look worn, it is time to replace it so that you can get that picture back up on your wall in a frame that you can be proud of. If the problems are minor like scratched plexiglass or broken glass, your frame can be fixed. You may be hesitant about discarding it, especially if the frame is older or if it’s a family picture frame that was passed down to you. At Rosenbaum Framing, we can replace the glass or plexiglass in your old picture frame so that you can get your frame back on the wall looking like new.

A Broken Picture Frame That’s Beyond Repair

If the frame moulding itself is broken or barely holding together, it may be time to get a new frame. We offer custom picture framing that can refresh the look of your art or photo and make the whole piece look like new. With hundreds of moulding options, we can create a frame that matches any décor.

An Old Frame That Looks Dated

You may decide that your old frame wasn’t the best fit for your piece or is starting to look dated. We can help you create a new frame you will be proud to hang on your wall. We can even give you ideas  for repurposing the old, now-empty picture frame including a:

  • Custom-made mirror
  • Serving tray
  • Unique door wreath
  • Chalkboard
  • Towel holder
  • Jewelry holder
  • Bookshelf

The possibilities are endless! You can find even more ideas for repurposing your old frame on our Pinterest board

So, if you are ready to repair or replace and upcycle your old or broken frame, we want to help. Come to our Boca framing shop so that we can get your frame back on the wall where it belongs.

 

 

 

 

Stacey Moss

Author: Stacey Moss

Stacey Moss is a trained artist who has been custom framing for more than 27 years. She excels at finding the perfect moulding to complement whatever is being framed, and she treats every piece she frames as though it were a priceless piece of fine art. If it's valuable to our client, it's valuable to her.