1. Framed and Matted
Offers easy framing for any artwork, with the option to send in the piece for framing or DIY. For straightforward jobs, its express choice offers four size options with a white mat in a white or black frame. For something more specific, it will custom frame artworks up to 32 by 40 inches. The site offers five styles of frames, five finishes, and 32 mat colors. All frames are made from wood and museum-quality acrylic, and while they are designed for easy installation at home, you can also send in artworks to be framed for an added charge. The site provides double mats at no extra charge and will send a free replacement if the mat doesn’t fit the artwork.
2. Simply Framed
A framing site proves it knows its stuff when the first question it asks is exactly what you’re framing. starts with that—is it a canvas? An art print? A scarf? Next you can browse more than 35 frame choices, including sleek gallery styles or a shimmering gold leaf that will encase works up to 40 by 60 inches. The company can even create a shadowbox or stretch a canvas within a frame and will recommend different options depending on the medium and size of the piece. Once you’ve placed your order, you’ll receive a tube with a prepaid return label. Pop the artwork in the mail, and a few days later it should show up, framed, on your doorstep.
Goes beyond the supersimple gallery-style border, offering more stylized custom framing online. Spring for gilded bamboo or a distressed whitewashed wood, all paired with matting, UV-protected acrylic, and hanging supplies. You can either send in your artwork or upload a photograph for Framebridge to print at the desired size. The company can also frame objects such as buttons or jerseys that are less than 3/8″ deep.
4. Level Frames
Are handcrafted from sustainably harvested wood with environmentally friendly shellacs. Users can upload an image to print and then choose between a black or white mat and from three types of glazing. If you click the golden-ratio button, the site will suggest the right frame based on the size of your artwork. Posters and prints can also be sent to Level’s studio for framing. Note to music fans: The site specializes in framing vinyl records.
5. Artifact Uprising
Will help you personalize your space with prints framed in a variety of modern styles, from floating acrylic and brass wall frames to wood tabletop frames. Each of the streamlined frames comes with hardware and hanging instructions. Artifact Uprising also offers non-frame options, such as wood photo ledges and photo hangers.
6. American Frame
Has been in the business since 1973 and offers over 400 wood and metal frame options. The company will also print artwork and photos on a selection of nine paper types, canvas, Plexiglas, or aluminum. Customers can choose from a large variety of frames and mats and take advantage of retouching, mounting, and glazing options.