…24 little hours can make! My floater frames arrived and I’m so excited to show you what Bundle of Ranunculus looks like in two different frames. Frames can sometimes make a painting. I happen to think this one looks great in white or black frame or no frame at all, but of course I’m bias. 🙂

Floater frames were invented by artists in the 1970s to create an affect where the canvas is “floating” within the frame. It allowed for the entire work to be viewed, even the sides of the canvas are easily seen. It creates a very modern look and I personally think they go really well with my type of art.

Which one is your favorite?

{white floater frame}

{black floater frame}

{light gray painted sides}

So which one do you like the most? I can’t really decide… I think the white frame is more “me” and creates a country-ish and shabby chic feeling yet still keeping it very modern, while the black frame really makes the painting pop and has a sofisticated and professional look to it. What do you think? I’d love to hear your thoughts so leave me a comment and tell me which one you love the most – white, black or no frame. 🙂


ps. check out the gallery for the prices with or without the frames.