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Services: Keyline Framing

Keyline framed works by Michael Potter installed for a commercial client in Fulham. Image Ⓒ Michael Potter

Keyline framed works by Michael Potter installed for a commercial client in Fulham. Image Ⓒ Michael Potter

What is Keyline Framing?

Keyline frames offer a lightweight, glassless finishing option for your photographs and artwork.

Why should I choose Keyline Framing?

Without glass, keyline frames are more lightweight than traditional framing and reflections on artwork are minimised – allowing your work to be seen in all of its glory. Keyline frames are a popular solution for those wanting to frame their work without glass.

Your images are firstly mounted to Kapa Foamboard, ensuring that they lay flat within the frame and providing extra strength and rigidity. The edges are then painted to match your chosen moulding colour and tone and the mounted print is attached directly to the frame. The wooden mouldings we use for our framing are from sustainable sources that are managed to meet environmental, social and economic needs for both the present and future, as certified by the FSC scheme.

Our frames are available in sizes up to 110 inches or 2.8m, although we can accommodate larger requests on application.

Appropriate fixings are then attached to the back of your frame so that your work is ready to hang. Of course, not only can our skilled team provide advice on hanging systems – but we can also offer delivery and installation services too.

FAQ expand all

I'm not sure which framing service to use - can I talk to someone?

Certainly! We do have an extensive range of framing solutions, in a wide range of finishes and we know that the process of choosing the perfect frame can be quite daunting.

We are very happy to talk you through the framing process and to help you choose the right solution for your photographs or artwork. Book your appointment with our team here.

 

Is the wood used in your framing from sustainable sources?

Yes. We care about the environment, which is why the wooden mouldings we use for our framing are from sustainable sources that are managed to meet environmental, social and economic needs for the present and future, as certified by the FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) scheme.