How to choose framing sizes

This is such a challenging question for MOST of our clients!  We have begun to do pre-consultations & our viewing appointments in client's homes for this very reason.  We will be able to see what you have for wall space, bring our samples, and SHOW YOU exactly what it will look like on your own wall.  Think of us as interior designers who will come to your house and create a plan to decorate your walls - that's one of our favorite parts of what we do!

     The frame you see in these two pictures side-by-side is a 26x32"

     The frame you see in these two pictures side-by-side is a 26x32"

One thing we NEVER hear is, "I wish I got this frame smaller..."  It's always the opposite!!  In your typical, everyday world - an 8x10 seems big, because let's face it... that's usually the biggest size frame you can find at your local Home Goods ;)

     This is an 11x14" size frame on this wall

     This is an 11x14" size frame on this wall

In reality, an 8x10looks pretty small on a wall.  Unless, you are doing a photo wall with several photographs (at least 6-7) in one space - which we think looks really awesome, too!

Until next time,

The Bluefly Lens Family

xoxo