This is the 3 inch wide Western Rustic frame with a raised inner cap.
Our Western Rustic Series features a raised inner border that is half an inch deep. Much less obtrusive than our deep box frames and our shadow boxes. It all just depends on what kind of a look you’re going for.
We’re so in love with mixing alder and barnwood. This is the grassland series with Barbed wire. The next two images have barnwood and alder combinations as well.
The Park City Frame with Cornerblocks is one of my personal favorites. The distressing combined with the rustic metal look is something that I love.
This is our Park City Frame. Not to be confused with the Park City with Corner Brackets. (See Next Image)
This is the Old Oak Barnwood Frame style made from reclaimed oak boards to give you a barnwood feel in a more traditional curved molding.
This is our wide lighthouse series frame with a full 3 inches of barnwood on each side.
This Lighthouse Series Medium width frame has a 2.5 inch wide molding and is one of our best sellers.
This is a our wide Homestead Series Frame. This particular frame s showcasing a black and white photo of my great grandfather when he was a boy! Aged pictures and aged wood go great together.
We’ve found that landscapes and nature photos look amazing when paired with barnwood. It’s only natural.
The Flat Homestead Series is our best-selling frame. Firstly, because they’re the most economical, but also because they’re so simple that they look dang good!
This is the Hobble Creek Series (Same Alder Cap) but with large distressed tacks on the outside that make the frame look great. (and hide those diagonal corner seams if you don’t like ‘em.)
Our Hobble Creek Series features a raised alder cap that combines really well with the barnwood.
This is the Hobble Creek Frame with Barbed Wire. We can use barbed wire, rope, tacks, corner brackets, twine, or just about anything you like to spruce up a frame and make it unique.
These new Durango Barnwood Frames are some of our most excellent barnwood frames. The way that the different tones of barnwood from many different pieces of barnwood combine together in these frames is gorgeous. A must have for barnwood-o-holics
This frame comes with a deep raised cap in the center of the frame. It’s not quite deep enough to be a “shadow box” but we’ve found that playing with the lighting can really make for an exceptional piece.
Barnwood Frames with Corner Blocks are great because not only are they unique, but the corner blocks add to the stability of the frame so that they’re super sturdy.
The idea for this frame came as a request from a customer and it’s been one of our favorites ever since. This image does not do it justice however, we’ll have to work on getting a new one up. The Butch Cassidy Series led us to begin to offer a whole new line of painted barnwood frames.
A great corner-block barnwood frame with barbed wire running between the corner blocks.
The Aspen Series barnwood picture frames are made to slant towards the picture to draw your eye towards the center.