The beauty of circle frames lies not only in their shape but also in their ability to transcend boundaries. While we are highlighting the hammered silver finish in this blog post, it’s essential to note that this captivating color is available in all our other shapes as well. So, whether you prefer round corner rectangles, ovals, half circle, or any other shape, you can infuse the same hammered silver elegance into your frames. This versatility allows you to create a cohesive and visually stunning art display throughout your space.
A unique twist on silver frames
If you’re searching for something beyond the conventional flat silver frames, our hammered silver round frames are the perfect solution. They offer a refreshing twist with their subtle texture, adding a dynamic element to the overall aesthetic. Unlike the uniform appearance of metallic silver, the hammered finish creates captivating variations in color and light, giving your artwork a distinctive allure. Whether you opt for MDF frames or primed hardwood like poplar, rest assured that that this finish will elevate the visual impact of your artwork.
In the world of framing, round frames stand out as a unique and captivating choice. Our hammered silver circle frames add an extra layer of elegance and sophistication to your artwork, with their textured surface and great color variations. Available in both MDF and primed hardwood options, these frames are built to last and protect your valuable artwork. Don’t limit yourself to rectangular frames when you can embrace the allure of other shapes. Explore our collection today and let your artwork shine with the enchantment of hammered silver circle frames.
This Circle Mirror Frame features Stained Glass. A mirror is behind the entire piece of stained glass, which allows the glass to still be illuminated even when on a wall. The one cut out area allows this to function as a mirror. The frame features our “Hammered Silver” finish. It looks almost like a powder coating.
Artwork done by Diane Blasius. Visit Diane Blasius’ website at mungoworks.com.