Displayed on this page are some of our customers’ ideas, along with some of our own.
Most of our Nautical Picture Frames are made by layering two frames together. The frame is supposed to look like it might open like a window on a ship would. Above: Made of Poplar hardwood and stained red, the double porthole style frame is bold and is prevalent in any...
The imitation black rivets are hard to see in this picture, but add a subtle accent to the whole piece.
In this instance, the black and white photo and black porthole frame with white rivets, white mat, make just a wonderful combination. The only thing that would add to this is a bit of red in the otherwise black / white scheme. Anyway, the black nautical double frame is subtle...
The “Hammered Copper” finish has that powdered coat effect which is very desirable. Along with the imitation black rivets, this Porthole Design Picture Frame has been very popular.
Like the Copper version, the Hammered Silver has a slight texture that is very desirable. Again, the rivets serve as accent pieces that work for many pieces of artwork.
The dark tone of the Walnut is hard to beat. The Double Frame only adds to the luxurious look. This frame is not stained, but features a natural finish.
Shaker style, also called Mission style, creates a very distinctive look with its overlapping corners.