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14x18 Frame

If you like to hang pictures on your wall, then you probably already know that framing is important. It’s not something you want to skip, so it’s good to know exactly where to start. Framing involves cutting a hole into the back of the canvas, gluing the edges and hanging the finished product on the wall. This process takes skill and patience, so it pays to invest in a professional framer. But, if you’d rather DIY, you can easily create a custom frame yourself. All you need is a few basic tools and supplies.

14x18 frames are popular because they fit standard size canvases. They’re easy to work with and can be customized to match almost any décor. Our buyers guide explains how to build a simple 14x18 frame and includes tips for choosing the right color palette.

FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions About: 14X18 Frame

Q: What is this page about?

This page will answer frequently asked questions about how to use an 18x14 inch frame.

Q: How Much Should I Charge For My Services?

You should charge what you think your services are worth. If you want to make more money, then you should offer discounts to students and seniors. Otherwise, you should charge what you feel comfortable charging.

Q: Can I Get Free Samples Of My Products?

No, but we have links to our competitors' websites below. We hope you'll check out their sites too!

Q: Are All Frames The Same Size?

Frames that are taller than 15 inches are generally considered oversized. They're great for displaying larger pictures.

Q: Do I Need To Buy A Special Type Of Glass To Put In My Frame?

No, most types of glass will work. There are two main kinds of glass: regular glass and photo glass. Regular glass has no coating on it, whereas photo glass has a reflective layer on top of it. Photo glass is best for photos, but regular glass is good for anything else.

Q: Is There A Difference Between Matte And Glossy Finishes?

Matte finish means that the surface of the glass doesn't reflect light. Glossy finish means that the surface reflects light.

Q: Will my framed prints look better if I frame them myself?

If you choose to frame your own prints, you should take care to ensure that the print fits into the frame correctly. Also, you should try to avoid putting the matting around the edges of the print. Doing so makes it harder to hang the print later.

Q: Does anyone know where I can get cheap frames?

Try looking at local thrift stores and flea markets. Many places will let you bring in old frames and give you credit toward new ones.

Q: Can I Send My Prints Directly To The Framer?

Yes, you can send your prints to us via mail. We recommend sending them Priority Mail though, since it costs less per pound.

Q: Can I ship my prints to you without paying extra postage?

Yes, you can send your prints to us via USPS First Class International Flat Rate Envelopes.

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