A beautiful framed photograph or print is the perfect addition to any room. Whether you’re capturing a snapshot of a fun family holiday, or paying homage to your favourite film, the right image can make a world of difference to a living room, bedroom or office. Unfortunately, without the right frame, even the most captivating of pictures can be made to look cheap, out of place and even downright ugly. That’s where EasyFrame can help.
Not only do we offer a variety of quality picture frames and mounts, we can also supply our customers with multi aperture picture frames. These are frames that come with a mount featuring multiple openings. They’re perfect for housing a collection of photographs, but can also be a great option for postcards, or smaller drawings or prints.
Best of all? EasyFrame provides custom-made multi photo frames and mounts, meaning you can tailor your frame to your exact specifications and dimensions, right down to the last millimetre. You can also choose between a number of different frame and mount styles and colours, allowing you to create something that perfectly compliments the interior where it will be displayed.
Getting hold of a frame that perfectly suits a collection of images or photographs can be pretty difficult – but not with EasyFrame’s straightforward custom service. We provide high-quality frames and mounts of every style and size, meaning all you have to worry about is filling in those dimensions, choosing the perfect mount and frame, and clicking ‘Add To Basket’.
What’s more, if you order online from us today, we can guarantee that your custom frame will be dispatched in one to three working days. Picture framing has never been this quick and easy.
Choosing Layout and Sizes
The easiest way to understand how our website works is to have a play around to familiarise yourself with the various controls and options.
At EasyFrame, our custom multi picture frames can include up to 64 apertures in a 8×8 layout. You can also fine-tune the sizes of every single aperture, which is good news if you are looking to frame a variety of photos or images in differing sizes.
You should have a general idea of how many apertures you require, the layout you require, and you should have accurate measurements written down for each aperture. When you are ready to start creating your multi aperture layout you will need to click the button directly under the ‘Select Layout’ text and select the correct number of apertures across and down. Once selected, the size table underneath will refresh to your selected layout, and you will need to enter the individual size for each aperture before clicking the ‘Update All Apertures’ button.
The visualisation will update as you confirm any changes, and will help you ensure you have entered the details correctly.
- Single or Double Mount?
- Mount Border Widths
- Aperture Gaps
- To Take Image Size or Exact Image Size?
You can select between a single or double mount using the toggle switch labelled ‘Single/Double’. By selecting a double mount you will be able to choose two colours for the two mount layers, top and bottom. The general rule is that the bottom mount would be a darker colour which picks out a dominate colour in the artwork, whilst the top mount would be a lighter, neutral colour. If you are unsure, just try selecting a double mount and look how the visualisation changes. This will give you a much better understanding of the double mount option.
The border widths can be increased or decreased by changing the value in the relevant box. Changing the border width will amend the width on all 4 sides equally.
he gap between each aperture is set by default to be 50% of the top border width, i.e. if you set the top mount width to 40mm, the gap between each aperture will be 20mm. This is the recommended ratio and keeps the proportions visually correct. However, by deselecting the ‘Default Gap’ checkbox, you will be able to amend the gap between each aperture as required.
he default option on our website is for us to cut the opening of the mount 4mm smaller than the size entered so the mount will ‘take’ that image size, i.e. it will just overlap the image. You can change this option so that the mount opening is cut to the exact size entered. Selecting this option means we will cut the opening to the exact size entered. This option is useful for more advanced framers who have already made the necessary allowances.