To put the finishing touches on your interior design, we highly recommend our oak frames. They add a stylish, tranquil feel to your posters and prints, which they’re designed to fit regardless of size. We have frames in sizes 13x18 cm, 21x30 cm, 30x40 cm, 50x70 cm or 70x100 cm. Choose your favourite posters and prints first, then get the oak frame to match.
Hang several posters and prints on the same wall to create your own unique art wall. You can hang our oak frames in either portrait or landscape with ease, thanks to the hooks on the back. Another good idea choosing your frames is to match the prints with the light colour of the wood. Oak works well with pastel colours and images of nature, or can contrast boldly with more abstract prints.
Some people choose to match their frames with other furniture in the home, hanging, for example, a poster in an oak frame above an oak chest of drawers or next to a mirror with an oak frame. Alternatively, don’t forget that you can think outside the box if you want to. Our large 70x100 cm frames can be used for two or more smaller posters, for example. Find a mount with the right design and frame everything in one big frame. Nice, stylish and creative!
Another trend we’ve seen a lot of in recent years is putting large posters in frames and then leaning them against the wall rather than hanging them. It creates a more casual feel. When you order posters and prints from us at Posterton, you always get high quality. Our posters are printed on quality paper that doesn’t buckle or crease, and in an oak frame, the poster gets even better support and retains its colour and shape even longer.
If you’re not sure whether you want your frame to be oak-coloured or black, for example, it’s a good idea to start with your poster or print. Which part of the image do you want to emphasise? Match that part with the same or a similar colour on the frame. An image of a white sandy beach, for example, creates a sense of calm when placed in an oak frame, while it contrasts boldly with a black frame. It's really just a matter of taste.
A clever tip when choosing your frames is to think about the effect you want to create. Do you want the poster or print to blend in well with the rest of the decor? If so, match your frames to your furniture. If, on the other hand, you want to draw attention to the piece, it’s much more effective to choose frames of a different type of wood or colour. Oak frames are timeless and suitable for everything from photography and abstract illustrations to hand-painted pieces. Browse our large range and see which posters and prints you think look best in our oak frames.