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The gallery wall trend looks great on Instagram, but there’s one caveat. Custom framing can be pricey and time-consuming, which often leads to portraits or artwork piling up in a “to-do” stack. (Raise your hand if you’ve been there).
After a trip to a few National Parks with her sister, Susan Tynan wanted to frame four posters that she collected from her journey — it ended up being $1,600. From the frustrating experience, the idea for Framebridge was born.
Framebridge is the custom framing service that’s on a mission to make framing faster and more affordable. Not only does the business have expert framers and designers on staff who make all the frames in a Kentucky-based facility, but customers can even choose from Framebridge’s design services to have an even more personalized experience to create the gallery wall of your dreams.
“Our mission is to make it easy for you to tell your story by framing the things you love,” Tynan said in her story on the retailer’s website. “We hope you have a home or office that is personal to you and reflects the things that make you happy.”
Say goodbye to procrastinating that framing task — now you can proudly display pictures from your phone, art prints, special documents, jerseys and other special objects on your wall without any hassle. Framebridge will help you do it all.
Below are some products to help you get started — and they won’t run you $1,600.
Shop: The Little Gift, 7×9, $45
Shop: The Heartstagram, 11×11, $49
Shop: The Organic, $350
Shop: The Wide Organic, $549
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