So what’s new here at Hall of Frames? I’m really glad you asked. You see, we have finally finished our yearly reinvention of the Hall of Frames’ moulding walls. Sort of like The Great Wall of China, but with WAY more color and zero international travel, you know?
And this year we have made it better than ever: redesigning the stylistic flow, adding the best new frames of the season, and saying buh-bye to some outdated styles while maintaining the always-in-style-classics. Phew, that was a lot to type into one sentence, you guys. Can you even imagine the work that went into organizing 4000 moulding samples? You really can’t. But thanks for trying. Audience participation is always appreciated.
But let’s get back to the topic at hand, shall we?
Get excited because for the next few weeks, months, years even (#optimism), we are going to pop in and tell you what new frames we’re currently obsessed with here at Hall of Frames. And maybe some tidbits about art, because hello! what goes better with frames than art? That’s right—nothing. I mean, except for beloved photos of friends and family of course. And custom mirrors naturally, which the Hall of Frames stores do so well and so prolifically. But I’ll save that topic for another post. “Gorgeous mirrors that are custom made for your home” makes a way better headline than byline, wouldn’t you say?
Excited yet? No? Wow, tough crowd. How ’bout some pictures of our spectacular new frame choices!
Okay, now you’re excited! And speaking of excitement, (sorry, I’ll stop using the word “excitement,” as 5 times might be over the limit for a single blog entry), we are so
excited looking forward to the holiday season and to making this blog informative, interesting, and maybe even a bit entertaining. We have tons of thoughts to share with you! Some of them might even be about custom framing. Just kidding. Sort of.
We may even get crazy and throw in some decorating tips here and there. And random life observations… AS they pertain to art and framing. (← This is a business/PR/marketing tool after all, friends, not just another place for someone to accost the world with personal thoughts and feelings.) But sincerely and most importantly, we would love to engage with you all and hope that you will feel free to send some ideas our way. Maybe you have some framing topics you’d like to learn more about? Or you have questions about wall groupings, art, color, proportions, etc. Help us out, and leave some comments!