What size does your round picture frame need to be? Measure the widest part of your image, and that will be the inside diameter of your frame. (Be sure the diameter works for your image vertically and horizontally.) The frame itself can be sleek and narrow, letting the image be the focal point. Or the frame can be wide with carved details or an inlaid wood design, drawing the eye first to the beauty of the frame itself and then to the art it encircles. We offer a variety of mounting options to safely and securely mount your framed design on any surface. Contact us today at 1-417-759-9091 to start the process.
Paint hides the grain completely; stain simply colors the grain. Stain often brings out the character of the wood grain particularly in species such as poplar or oak. It soaks into open pores and exposes beauty otherwise not as noticeable. Stained hardwood attempts match other items in a room or theme.
Our painted frames are most often made of primed MDF (composite fiberboard) which offers a very uniform surface perfect for paint – primer. We always recommend hardwood for framing heavy items such as glass. Hardwood can be painted and offers higher strength than the composite fiberboard. Hardwood is also a better choice than MDF in an area of high humidity.
Crone’s Custom Woodworking takes great pride in producing excellent frames. Our round picture frames are made to exacting standards. We will help you match the best construction and finish to match your vision. Our round frames are mitered together and then assembled with wooden spines. These are strong! Our clients are always surprised to learn of the quality of materials selected and obvious support our frames provide.
The round picture frame provides a visual break from the straight lines of furniture, walls, and floors. A grouping of small frames or a large round frame can offer a stunning focal point for your home or business. Traditional, contemporary, or eclectic, our frames are an essential component of a beautifully styled space.