Studio Décor® Trendsetter™ Frame, White

Item# M10212860

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Showcase your favorite poster, artwork or photograph in this value wall frame. It has fast tabs on the back for easy insertion of your image. Shatter-proof, lightweight styrene covers the opening of the frame instead of glass. 
 
Details:
  • White frame
  • Available in assorted sizes
  • Plastic frame has 1" moulding
  • Display horizontally or vertically
  • Hanging hardware is pre-attached
Showcase your favorite poster, artwork or photograph in this value wall frame. It has fast tabs on the back for easy insertion of your image. Shatter-proof, lightweight styrene covers the opening of the frame instead of glass. 
 
Details:
  • White frame
  • Available in assorted sizes
  • Plastic frame has 1" moulding
  • Display horizontally or vertically
  • Hanging hardware is pre-attached

Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Great except one thing I bought two of these frames in person at a Michael's after a long hunt for a frame this size. This frame has many pros: It is lightweight (plastic, not glass), it's a better value than many frames of this size, and my posters look very nice in the white (which is also hard to find, versus black). The clips to hold on the chipboard backing are also numerous and sturdy. The only difficulty is that the clear plastic is glued to the white frame at four points--midway along each side of the frame--and the glue had been applied so heavily that it spilled over. This meant the chipboard backing was ALSO glued to the frame. Of course you need to get that backing off to put the picture in! It was very difficult to get the backing unstuck, and in fact one of them tore a bit, even though I was going slowly and carefully. I were to do it again, rather than try to pull the backing free, I might suggest running a craft knife around the edge of it first. That's my only complaint! I hope it was a limited manufacturing problem that just happened to affect the two frames I bought, and not all of them. February 7, 2016
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