Picture frames are decorative edging paintings or photographs. It enhances the display of the picture as well as serves to protect it complementing the entire artwork. Art works once framed will stay in good condition over a long period of time. Create souvenirs of all your happy occasions. Memorable occasions in our life need to be framed in front of our eyes to reminiscence the moments again and again. Be it your first job, your engagement or your wedding, you must like to keep all the happy moments alive as you go through them. Framing the photos keeps your moments alive in front you forever.

Nowadays we have a wide variety of photo frames to choose from. Select the shape and size of the photo frames as per the space on your wall. Go for creative ideas of decorating your walls with the photo frames. Most of the vendors have to offer you designs of all sorts as per the mood of your photograph. We will get a varied rage of the romantic photo frames to hang your engagement or wedding photos. You can customise your photo frames from the different vendors of photo framing in Auckland as per your choice from the available designers.

Traditional Picture frames are made of wood which is the most common material used in making frames. Other materials used in making frames are silver, bronze, aluminium, and plastics/polystyrene. Picture frames could be of colour, shape, size and texture. It is important to gild the older wooden frames for better longevity. Picture frames have its moulding as per the subject matter of the photograph. Earlier the frames used to be gilded in the frames with plaster over the plain wood base. This protects the photo for longer. The main function of the Picture frames is to allow the space to hold the photo or painting in it. You can choose the material of the frame for your photograph and get photo framing in Auckland as you prefer.

Picture frames contains a pane made of glass or acrylic glass substitutes like acrolith or Plexiglas. This pane is there to protect the picture from moisture or dirt. For dispensable and durable pieces of art however there is no need of any protection. Water colour paintings and paper artwork are mainly protected with glass. Glass is less used for oil paintings as it is treated with anti-reflective coatings. It makes the glass be invisible apparently by certain effects of light reflection. Once exposed to sunlight directly the photo frame, it tends to slow down the photo catalytic degradation of the organic materials used in framing the glass. This is also experienced as the photograph is exposed to or harsh lightings like fluorescent lights or UV filtering.