Framing with Framebridge

For Christmas I gave Nick a piece of photography by one of our favorite musicians, Ben Folds. He has started his own small edition photography line that both taken by and printed by Ben himself. When I saw his photo of "The Luckiest" on his piano, I knew Nick needed it. 

It's an unusual size so pre-made framing was out of the question without it looking totally clumsy and awkward. I also just haven't had the time lately to take it to a local frame shop, so I called on Framebridge. Clients ask me a lot about online framers and I always recommend Framebridge because the quality is high and it's so freaking easy, plus most importantly, I trust them to take care of my treasured pieces. Here's the process:

First, I went online, entered the measurements of the piece and picked my framing. It could not be easier. 5 minutes later, I was done. I knew I wanted a white mat and a simple black frame. A few days later, this box arrived at my front step.

I opened up the package and everything was in there to ship my piece back to them.

I packaged the piece back up and shipped it to Framebridge using the label provided. The whole process took less than 10 minutes.

About a week later, it arrived back on our doorstep framed. I was pretty giddy with excitement to open it up and see the final piece. It was even better than I expected.

We are just so happy with how it turned out. It looks amazing in our floating shelves above the piano (where Nick can often be found playing Ben Folds' music) and it's a piece that means a lot to both of us. For people on a budget, and/or those with no time on their hands -- so everyone--it's a great site and option.

They were also really kind to offer a discount code to my readers:  Adore15. This would be a perfect option for any of you awesome folks who just bought some of Kristi Kohut's work on our Instagram sale last week!

Thank you to Framebridge for sponsoring this post, and thank you to my readers for supporting the brands and businesses that support my work.