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What Size Frame Is Right For A Poster?

A Poster Frame Sizes Guide

Ok, it's finally time to frame that vintage Michael Jordan poster that you’ve had since college (the jump shot over Russell in game six). Or you want to put the poster from the concert that blew your mind up on the wall. Maybe you want to give a gift — a pasta varieties poster to celebrate the home chef in your life. Mangia!

What size frame do I need for my poster?

Since frames are measured based on the size of your art (the frame opening), the size of your finished framed poster will vary depending on the frame you choose. As a rule of thumb, your finished frame will be one to two inches wider and longer than your poster itself if it has no mat, and inches larger if you choose to mat it.

That being said, there are multitudes of frames and frame styles to fit your posters in different sizes. Instead of having to measure your poster, then find a frame that fits another measurement, shouldn’t you just be able to take a picture of your poster? Then you can browse a selection of frames, in popular styles, all of which will work. Easy!

How do you frame a poster?


Here are the easy steps that answer how to frame a poster. 

1. Measure your poster once.
2. Take a picture of it, and choose your frame (get started here!).
3. We'll send you pre-paid packaging (a tube or a flat mailer).
4. Roll your poster up into our packaging and ship it back to us.
5. We'll deliver your poster right to your door, framed and ready to hang on your wall.

No head scratching and inch calculating—it’s simple and can all be done from a computer or phone. Still, if you’d prefer to have any help with your poster, our designers can assist you with with a video consultation or at a store near you. Our associates and designers will be glad to go over options and ensure your poster is taken care of every step of the way.

What are the most common poster sizes for framing?

Framebridge can frame any poster as small as 5” x 7” all the way up to 32” x 40”. If your poster falls within that range, you're good to go. Although posters come in all shapes, sizes, genres and styles, we typically see a couple of sizes most often.

Large Posters


If your poster’s longest side is over 32”, it’s categorized as Large. Which is good news for you and the blank space on your wall, because we can definitely frame it (up to 32” x 40”). The most common size poster we see in this category is 27” x 40”. Like the poster below — allll that jazz.

large, colorful poster on black frame over a table with an amp and headphones
“New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival” poster seen here in Mercer Slim, clean black frame.
For Large posters that you want to be a showpiece, we also suggest Mercer (
larger, clean black frame), Irvine (clean white frame), Beaumont (clean silver frame), and Carson (clean gold frame).
For posters this big, there’s no mat selection.

Standard Posters


You’ll find these standard poster sizes in merch shops, at concerts, and plastered the walls on subway platforms. The ones we hung up with sticky tack as kids, that we want framed now as adults. The two most common standard poster sizes are 16” x 24” and 18” x 24” (we also see a lot of 13” x 18” and 16” x 20”). And the range for “standard poster size” goes anywhere from the shortest side of your poster being 12”, to the longest side being 24”. We’ve got you covered for it all.


National parks poster and tape measurement

This is a National Parks Poster being measured at one of our stores. It’s a standard poster size.
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Banff, Glacier and the Grand Canyon.
Great options for standard posters include Marin (natural wood frame), Beverly (silver frame with black sides), and Olympia (gold frame with black sides).
For Standard poster frames, you can select to use a mat or not.


Small Posters


Posters don’t need to be big to make a statement. Whether your poster is more of a postcard, or your picture is worth 1, square feet, we can frame any small posters—with the longest side of your poster being 12”. All the way down to 5” x 7”.

post card in a wood frameHere’s a tiny Arizona poster (okay, it’s more of a postcard) in Sonoma, a warm wood frame.
For a small poster to make a big impression, we recommend Mercer Slim (clean black frame), Irvine Slim (clean white frame), Richmond (antique gold frame), and Newport (antiqued silver frame).
For Small poster frames, we recommend using a mat, or even
float mounting.

You love posters, we love posters, and we can frame almost any one you want. If your poster is not one of the specific sizes mentioned above, we can still frame it if it is between 5” x 7” and 32” x 40”. Our process makes it easy to figure out which frame size you need for your poster, pick your frame, and ship it securely.

Because we think that if you love French New Wave Cinema that much, then there should be nothing in the way of featuring the iconic “Breathless” poster as close to your TV as possible.

To get started shopping for frames for your poster, visit our “Poster Frames” page or click below. If you still have questions about your poster, you can reach out and ask.

Frame A Poster

Sours: https://www.framebridge.com/blog/what-size-frame-is-right-for-a-poster

Size Conversion

Welcome to the size conversion tool, we hope you find this helpful for converting inches to millimetres. If you have any questions why not send us an emailand we will do our best to help.

More often than not we find documents, pictures, posters, degrees etc. are standard sizes and we aim to cater picture frames for all those common sizes out there. Check out our frame index, this will assist you in finding the correct frame for your picture size and go from there.

If you think you have a standard size that we do not currently provide frames for on our website, you are most welcome to contact usand we can put it online.

 

For those posters/prints that have the inches written down the bottom (often from the USA) or where you know the inches but not mm, you can use this tool to convert Inches to Millimetres.
NOTE: You must change a fraction of an inch to a decimal point e.g. 7¼ inches would be inches.
Sours: https://www.framingonline.co.nz/Conversion.html
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Online custom picture frames that are easy, affordable, & fast!

We built our website to provide the simplest and best framing experience possible. You upload an image, we print and frame it, and you receive a high-quality ready-to-hang frame in the mail at an unbeatable price. In order to keep providing this great service, we have a few rules for what kind of content we accept to print and frame.

In the simplest words possible: you need to have the rights to reproduce every single image you upload into our website (or otherwise share with us for the purpose of printing) in order for us to be able to print it.


By uploading an image into our website (or otherwise sharing it with us for the purpose of printing), you certify that:

  • You have all of the necessary rights required to use the image without infringing upon or violating the rights of any third party. These rights include but are not limited to trademarks, copyrights, patents, rights of privacy, rights of publicity, and moral rights.
  • The image is not unlawful in any way and does not violate any applicable rule, regulation, or another person's privacy.
  • The image is not obscene, hateful, libelous, threatening, or slanderous.

By uploading an image into our website (or otherwise sharing it with us for the purpose of printing), you further agree that that:

  • You will indemnify and release Frame It Easy from all liability (including attorney's fees and legal costs) for any claims related to the infringement of any third party's rights by the reproduction by Frame It Easy of the image you upload into our website or share with us for the purpose of printing (whether said claims are alleged or actual).

By uploading an image into our website (or otherwise sharing it with us for the purpose of printing), you certify that you understand:

  • Frame It Easy reserves the right to review the image, but receives many such images and cannot always review each one individually.
  • Frame It Easy takes no ownership of the content you upload or share with us for the purpose of printing.
  • Frame It Easy reserves the right to delete any uploaded or shared file which falls into one or more of the categories forbidden above, and refuse to fulfill any associated order.
  • If your image is not blurry and was taken in average lighting conditions with a relatively modern camera, your print is very likely to come out beautiful. If your image is taken with an older camera, or is blurry, or is taken in dark lighting conditions, it may look differently printed than it does on your screen. This is because all screens (unless professionally calibrated) will display images differently. Frame It Easy stays as true as possible to your photo by printing it exactly as we receive it: we do not edit it, nor do we apply any of our own color profiles to it. If your photo was taken in unusual conditions or with unusual equipment and you are concerned about the print quality, please reach out to us and we would be happy to answer all of your questions and help you to get the best print possible.

By uploading an image into our website (or otherwise sharing it with us for the purpose of printing), you also accept and agree to our other Policies, links to which are available in the footer of our website.


TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMISSIBLE BY APPLICABLE LAW, NEITHER FRAME IT EASY OR ITS DIRECTORS, OFFICERS, MEMBERS, SHAREHOLDERS, EMPLOYEES, CONTRACTORS, AGENTS, REPRESENTATIVES, OR AFFILIATES (THE “FRAME IT EASY PARTIES”) SHALL BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES WHETHER BASED ON WARRANTY, CONTRACT, TORT, OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY, EVEN IF THE FRAME IT EASY PARTIES HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES, ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING IN ANY WAY TO OUR PROVISION (OR FAILURE TO PROVIDE) PRODUCTS OR SERVICES.

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The journey through adulthood is paved with expensive inconveniences one must perform to be considered a functional, responsible grown-up. These inconveniences include scheduling your own dentist appointments, dropping off your dry cleaning, and the less imperative (but just as annoying) obligation to frame all your art. There is something about displaying home decor with a wooden-and-glass box (as opposed to using thumbtacks or sticky putty) that makes it seem more legitimate and, therefore, more “adult.”

Historically, a frame has been an architectural feature, meant to preserve a work and integrate it into a room. During the 14th and 15th centuries in Europe, frames were mainly commissioned by churches or wealthy families. It wasn’t until the invention of the camera and photography in the 19th century when the demand for frames by the middle-class proliferated, as the nonwealthy now had something to frame. Fast forward to today: Framing is now a service that communicates, “I have my shit together,” and this is partly because it is a notoriously expensive service.

For those who aren’t art aficionados, the price of framing seems inexplicable. Why does an 8 x 10 frame at Target cost $13, but a custom 8 x 10 frame costs upwards of $90? The ascendance of online framing companies like Framebridge, Art.com, and Simply Framed, which offer fixed-priced framing make the already opaque process even more baffling. How can these companies offer the same price for a variety of different-sized pieces, but your local framer can’t?

However, the perception that custom framing is too pricey is also a symptom of a different reality: Millennial consumers — long past their poster-hanging days — have less money than previous generations. Young adults are decorating homes and apartments with more budget-friendly art. And while the price of prints may have dropped, the price of frames has not, leaving shoppers to wonder if they should invest in a frame that’s triple the cost of what it’s preserving.

To demystify the process of framing, I spoke with custom framers — both big box chains and mom-and-pop shops — and found that the seemingly astronomical prices have a bit to do with the price of labor and expertise a local framer can offer, but more than anything, it has to do with options.

Higher pricing is the consequence of frame stores keeping options on hand

According to a IBISWorld report, there are 9, local frame shops in the United States, and if you’ve ever been to one, you know it to be a pretty intimidating experience. You go in knowing you only need one black frame, but are then bombarded with a host of options: There’s matting (a piece of paper or cardboard that goes inside the frame and mounts the print or photo), molding (decorative embellishments on the outside of the frame), glass (referred to as glazing, which can be made of glass or acrylic, and, depending on what you choose, can offer UV protection), and the frames themselves.

According to Mark Klostermeyer, a member of the Professional Picture Frames Association, it’s the sheer amount of mattings, moldings, glazings, and frames a shop provides that drives up prices. The fewer options a business offers, the more able they are to order in bulk, therefore cutting down costs.

Klostermeyer has owned Design Frames, a local custom frame shop in Falls Church, Virginia, for 50 years. “I’m a second generation framer,” he tells me. Klostermeyer offers 2, different frames at his shop, along with hundreds of mats and specialty fabric matting options. He also gets custom moldings from eight different vendors.

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For a 9 x 12 piece with 2-inch matting, Klostermeyer says Design Frames would charge somewhere in the $ range, depending on the frame. He says his materials may vary from Framebridge in that he would suggest an anti-acid and anti-lignin matboard, and give glazing options that they don’t offer (which is quite possible as Framebridge only offers one type of glazing).

Wendee Mai of Framing in Brooklyn says her shop offers between 1, and 1, frames, hundreds of mats, and she uses molding from four or five different vendors. The shop also offers different kinds of glazing, both glass and acrylic, and the cost of those depends on how much UV protection a customer wants. “When customers come with a standard size artwork, like a 16 x 20 or 24 x 30, we still charge custom framing price,” she says. “We do not sell ready-made frames.”

Mai explains that even if a customer has a standard-sized print, Framing has to special order the wood, which can cost as little as $8 per foot, or upwards of $80 per foot. This is where big box chains like Michael’s have been able to cut costs: They offer fewer, more standardized options.

Michael’s is the biggest framing retailer in the US and offers frame options, mats, and four glazings, both acrylic and glass through in-house framers Aaron Brothers. Although this is less than many local framers, it is still a vast, expensive-to-maintain selection, which is perhaps why they are losing out to online framing services like Art.com, Simply Framed, and Framebridge. Last year, they closed 94 Aaron Brothers standalone stores.

At Framebridge, a service that lets you mail in pieces to be framed for a fixed price, customers can choose from fewer than 60 frames and 20 different mat colors. Once you choose a color, one of their in-house framers will choose the hue that looks best with your piece. (“We have 12 shades of white,” Framebridge CEO Susan Tynan says.) They also only offer one type of glass, and that’s acrylic glazing. “We didn’t want customers to have to understand the ins and outs of acrylic and glass options,” Tynan says.

At Framebridge, all fixed pricing includes matting and shipping. If your piece is “extra small” (up to 5 x 7), it will cost $65 to frame. A small piece (up to 9 x 12) costs $85 and a medium piece (up to 18 x 20) costs $

Essentially, the fewer options a company offers, the lower they can make their prices. “It’s kind of mass-produced, or a variation of mass-produced, as opposed to one of a kind,” Klostermeyer says. In other words, if a company orders a product in high volume, it is often able to get said product at a discounted rate. Local framers don’t have this option, as all frames are made to order.

Klostermeyer adds that the cost of labor has gone up over the years, which has impacted operating costs at mom-and-pop framing shops, raising frame prices. Klostermeyer pays his framers $25, to $30, a year, depending on experience.

Why we don’t care for options

Custom framers, both local and chains, offer a wide variety of materials and in-person expertise which result in one-of-a-kind frames, so why are online framing services able to disrupt the market so significantly? Probably because the generation of consumers buying art right now doesn’t really care whether the frame is one-of-a-kind.

According to a recent study, millennials have lower earnings, fewer assets, and less wealth than baby boomers or Gen Xers had in their 20s and 30s. Millennials are also buying houses later than previous generations. A survey found that home ownership for millennials ages 25 to 34 is 8 percentage points lower than baby boomers and percent lower than Gen Xers at that age. When boomers were 27, they were more likely to be decorating their first home, a place they planned to raise kids and live for the indefinite future, so investing in a quality home decor makes sense. Millennials simply aren’t there yet.

The proliferation of cheap prints may also contribute to the apprehension of buying a pricey frame. Historically, prints have been seen as a lower level of art, as they are reproductions. “They used to call it a gateway drug,” director of Bonhams auction house’s prints and multiples department Deborah Ripley told Bloomberg. “It was where beginners in the art world started collecting, and that would encourage them: They might have been buying works at a lower price point, but they could tell their friends, ‘Yes, I have a work by Warhol.’”

But today, you walk into a young adult’s apartment and all you see are prints, and not Warhol reproductions, but items like a $60 photo of a beach from 20x, a company which started in with the motto “Art for Everyone!” And there are tons of companies like this, most of which started in the late aughts and have expansive collections. Pop Chart Lab, a poster company that sells witty, pop culture infographics started in and grew 50 percent year over year until , according to Fast Company. Society6, which started in , and Minted, which started in , both offer a platform for artists to sell their works, often at a lower price point. All of these options make art more accessible.

Klostermeyer says that he doesn’t think all things need a one-of-a-kind frame, but it’s worth it to go into a frame shop and check. One day a mom came into his shop, he says, with her son’s Jimi Hendrix poster that had been signed by all the band members. It had been under her son’s bed for years, and she wanted to frame it for him as a surprise.

“She said, ‘I don’t want to spend a lot of money on this, give me the cheapest thing’,” Klostermeyer recalls. “I said, ‘No, you don’t want to be the mom that threw away the baseball cards.’”

She took his advice and bought a pricier frame that would preserve the poster for longer, and if she had gone to a big box chain or used an online service, Klostermeyer isn’t sure she would have gotten the same consultation. “That $20 poster you’re buying now, 20 years from now may be worth less than 20 bucks, or it may be worth thousands,” he says.

Perhaps he’s right. But with my $36 Society6 poster of butts, I’ll take my chances.

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Standard Picture Frame Sizes

Our picture frames are available ready-made in all standard photo sizes. All of our picture frames are measured by the inside dimensions, i.e. - an 11x17 frame holds an 11x17 image.

Along with our ready-made frames we also have custom picture frames available for ordering. You can use this guide when deciding on your photo print sizes.

Large Picture Frame Sizes: 

Each individual series has its own size limitations. In most cases, the largest completed frame we can manufacture is 27x We do not have the materials necessary to fill frames larger than that size.

Poster Frames By Size:

Our Poster Frames are offered in a variety of sizes, need a specific one but not sure which sizes we have?

For specific questions and inquiries on our standard picture frame sizes available, please email us at [email&#;protected] or call us at

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