Gallery Wrap Floater frame style allows the artwork to take center stage and be the main focus, while still providing a subtle and elegant frame to showcase it. The floater frame style is versatile and works well with a variety of artwork types, from paintings to photographs to prints. It can also complement a range of decor styles, from modern to traditional.
Canvas Floater Frame
A Canvas Floater picture frame is a type of frame that creates the illusion that the artwork is floating within the frame. This is achieved by leaving a small gap between the edge of the artwork and the inside edge of the frame.
Canvas floater framing style is a special and aesthetically pleasing way to showcase canvas artwork. Unlike traditional framing methods where the artwork is fully enclosed by the frame, canvas floater framing creates the illusion that the canvas is floating within the frame, hence the name “floater.”
One of the main benefits of canvas floater framing is that it allows the entire front surface of the canvas to be visible. This means that none of the artwork is covered or obscured by a frame or mat. The edges of the canvas are exposed, showcasing the artist’s brushstrokes and providing a more immersive and authentic viewing experience.
Floater Frame with different styles and options
Similar to the Gallery Wrap floater frame, the Washi wrap floating frame brings additional elements to the original Washi wrap on wood panel.
It is the best way to appreciate the unique Washi texture, it is recommend without using acrylic as cover. The fine art print is mount on wooded panel as usual, the thickness of the backing support adds a floating gap between the backdrop and the mounted picture. Makes the Washi wrap like floating from the background, to create a casting shadow on the Washi wrap.