Oak Picture Frames
For over a thousand years, oak has been a top choice for woodworkers, serving as the building material for everything from wine barrels to Viking longships. Now, oak is most commonly used for furniture and flooring and is one of the most popular wood types in the United States. Oak is a staple in traditional décor and is used in other styles such as craftsman and mission. Many are drawn to its durability and weather resistance, making it a popular choice for both outdoor and indoor furniture. Due to this feature Vikings built their ships out of oak, and distilleries still use it today for barrel-aged liquors. With long-time uses and modern-day applications, oak offers a traditional look that will last for decades to come.
HOW TO ORDER
We sell shapes that no one else handles. This is why our orders are custom made to your exact specifications, whether it be oblong, round, oval or even triangle.
Since 1985, our family-owned business has been crafting quality wood pieces. Every item we make represents our commitment to quality, innovation, and beauty. Our clients trust us to listen to their needs, share their vision, and offer framing solutions that exceed their expectations.
All orders will require a framing specialist to reach out and finalize an estimate with you.
Plus our Round Frames and Oval Frames can usually be custom made to your specifications at no extra cost.
We Make True Custom Oak Picture Frames
We offer simple elegant profiles that set your art projects apart from others. Our OAK frames are artwork in themselves, hand-built with exacting craftsmanship, and will add extra flair to anything they house.
We hope that our frames will inspire your creativity.
And when we say we make custom frames, we mean that everything we offer is made to order once we get your specifications.
Oak Picture Frame Pricing
All of our Oak Picture Frames are made in custom sizes, and we price each one by specific quote. Once we receive your request a Framing Specialist will reach out to finish your order.
This post features (5) of our most common colors offered in oak. We are not limited to these colors; contact us with your request!
Oak remains a popular choice for good reason. Oak is highly durable, and its natural light tone takes any stain. As one of the strongest wood species, oak fends against rot, pests, and fungus, ensuring the quality will not diminish over the years. Weather resistance is another desirable feature of oak. It can withstand humidity and high heat without warping or cracking.
In addition to its durability, oak is also prized for its availability. It is easy to source and affordable compared to other similar wood types. There are over sixty varieties of oak trees found in the United States, with nineteen growing here in Missouri. While there are many species of oak, red and white are the most durable and widely available, and therefore frequently used for furniture.
Appearance is another reason oak is so popular. Its light color allows for easy staining, and its open-grain pattern makes each piece of oak furniture one-of-a-kind. Oak’s open grain pattern (also called coarse grain) provides a natural, rustic feel. The straight and irregular grain patterns often include unique details, such as knots, swirls, and other deviations in the wood. Stains can mute the contrast for a more uniform look or highlight the shapes to showcase the wood’s uniqueness.
Most furniture made from oak will feature the wood’s traditional light brown hue, but its color allows for easy adjustments with stains. Popular stain options include Natural, Honey Oak, and Whitewash. Which one you choose depends on the desired style and personal preference. Natural oak is its most common variation as it preserves the wood’s traditional color and accents the high contrast grain. Honey oak, sometimes called “golden oak”, is the most similar in color tone to natural. The honey oak stain mutes the grain colors, giving the furniture piece a more uniform color. Whitewashing gives oak a clean finish. Its neutral tone makes it easier to pair with other wood types without losing the unique wood grain pattern. Other stain options include red and dark brown.
Our oak frames can be made in any shape. Our most popular options include round, oval, half-circle, round-corner rectangle, crescent, and even pill! While many manufacturers will market products with an oak wood grain pattern, most are composite materials covered in vinyl to mimic the real thing. If you’re looking for real solid oak frames made to order, we can help!
Our round white wash frames made of oak are a favorite for many pieces of art such as stained glass or even for framing stretched canvases. Oak hardwood has a natural light tone. When staining oak white, the stain falls into the harsh grain pattern and the effect is...
The featured image is of a circle picture frame shown with our "traditional" profile design. Oak in it's natural state is fairly consistent in color, however there are random variants. If any variants are undesirable for you, consider using a light honey (golden) oak...
Honey oak is a timeless popular choice and we offer honey oak round frames. This is also called "golden oak", but the concept and tone are the same. On this post we feature our "Crone's Favorite" profile molding design which has been a great seller for us over the...