We’re very proud to bring you six new collections ranging from tiny cross-stitch cuties to hand-painted artistry with a few very useful and sellable stops in between. We’ve also added some new products to a couple of existing lines. Here’s part one of our four-part introductory posts.
This fun and sporty little line is comprised of one design in four colorways. Jax is stained Koto wood with an embossed accent referencing cross-stitch. This petit ½” face frame is perfect for vintage family photos, golf score cards or any kind of small needlework featuring a cross-stitch.
Learn how to play with “Jax” on our Pinterest page.
MARCELLO - addition
Our Marcello collection of vintage mod frames inspired by the romantic flickering of classic black and white cinema was introduced in January of 2016. We couldn’t resist adding four tiny versions to match their larger cousins. One of the biggest international film stars to emerge from Italy in the 1960s, Marcello Mastroianni starred alongside Brigitte Bardot, Sophia Loren, Anita Ekberg and Raquel Welch. He starred in over 150 films but is most known for his performance in Fellini’s classic “La Dolce Vita”. Like their namesake, the frames in this collection have a classic Italian sense of style. The four beaded profiles are a foil over composition.
See more of “Marcello” on our Pinterest page.
OAXACA - addition
Pronounced wə-HAH-kə , this collection was first introduced two years ago. Oaxaca, a region of Mexico, is a tourist’s dream land of arts and crafts, dance and music. Our Oaxaca frames are available in a ceramic black finish, bright silver reminiscent of Mexican sterling jewelry and a bright gold like the treasures sought by Coronado and his conquistadors. Previous success inspired this new addition of two more options in silver. Oaxaca frames are gesso coated and foiled to create rich textures.
Bonus: Three New Selections from Oaxaca are now also available as photo frames.
See more of the “Oaxaca” vibe on our Pinterest page.
This fashionable trio is tailored to give you that relaxed comfortable “boyfriend” fit. Trinity frames are equally suitable at the office or hanging around the couch. Named for their similarity to a chambray fabric weave, these grey-toned frames will soon be your go-to favorites. Trinity frames are foil-finished on pine and look great with architectural photography and contemporary art, as well as diplomas, documents and important papers of all sorts.
Bonus: Trinity available as photo frames in all three shades.
View more of the three sides of “Trinity” on our Pinterest page.
We hope you look forward to adding samples to your selection. Check out Part Two highlighting two new lines in our next edition....