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Easy to use snap frames.

Updated on January 26, 2015

Easy to use snap frames


Snap Frames


Easy to Use Snap Frames

In many wall d├ęcor situations, ease of use is key to creating a clean look. Snap frames are a perfect solution for when you need a framing device that is easy to change out quickly.

Most of the times that I use snap frames are when designing a children's room. Children produce hundreds of pieces of art over time, and often want to display it on the wall of their bedroom or playroom. As they tend to produce more than could possibly be displayed, I found the perfect answer to this question is to utilize a snap frame in the design.

Snap frames are basically frames that can open from the front, usually containing a hinge, to quickly change out artwork. Movie theaters have been using snap frames for ages to change out the posters of currently showing films, and coming attractions. This same concept can be applied to children's room design to quickly change the look of their room via their own artwork.

I like to limit the number of snap frames in a child's room to no more than 10. Depending on the size of the room and the size of the frame, you can use your best judgement to create space to display their work, but leave the design uncluttered.

As they add to their collection, you can easily swap out their princess-phase art, and add in the new works from their pony-phase. The options are limitless and many different colors and styles are available at any retail store that specializes in frames.

Use your imagination and don't limit yourself only to a child's room. You can find snap frames to fit in any space in your home. From the living room, to the dining room, even in bathrooms. If you have a space that needs to incorporate artwork that may be changed out frequently, using a snap frame is a snap!

Find out more at The Frame and Art Source.


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