Floater Frames for Paintings & Photographs
Floater Frames with Cradles
Nielsen Metal Frames
WHAT'S NEW AT METROPOLITAN
ORDERING MADE EASIER WITH OUR NEW MOBILE- FRIENDLY WEBSITE
We have incorporated customer suggestions, expanded photography, and applied the latest technology on our new website.
Our redesigned ordering section has larger images and step by step instructions on how to order custom frames. Each step can be expanded to show all of your options (or collapsed when you have made your selection).
As always, you can call customer service at 1-800-626-3139 and we would be happy to answer any questions you may have.
NEW WEBSITE Product Section
We have added additional photographs of our frames and detailed descriptions of when they are most commonly used to ensure that you select the best frame for your exhibiiton.
The 101 profile is our most popular. It is used for matted presentations as well as "float" presentations on mat board. These custom wood frames are designed to accommodate a 1/2" spacer and a 3/4" strainer. When combined with a strainer they can be used on very large pictures. All our gallery frames are available in all of our woods and finishes.
NEW CUSTOMER Galleries
View our new galleries for inspiration. We are featuring our customer's exhibitions and framing choices to give you ideas on how to frame your exhibits.
If you are having an exhibition, please contact customer service to find our what we need to feature your work on our website and blog.
"Publication of the Declaration" acrylic and oil on canvas, 48"x60"
NEW EXPANDED FRAME SELECTION
With our new state of the art equipment we can now offer all of our profiles in all our woods. Since all of our frames are custom finished, you now have 1000's of choices to ensure your exhibition is beautifully presented. Click to see our complete wood and finish selection.
NEW WATER BASED FINISHES
Metropolitan is in the process of converting our finishes from lacquer-based to water-based. Most finishes will look the same with the exception of clear. Although the two formulas appear similar when first applied, they will become noticeably different over time. Lacquer has a warmer tone and gradually yellows with age. Water-based retains clarity and maintains the wood's more natural unfinished look. Both types of clear finish are now available as options. They are equally durable and have the same satin sheen.