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Searching for Photo Frames

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I have a couple of photo frames, but they display the photos rather small on my walls. I've seen some larger ones in various spaces, but at the time, I didn't think to look at the name or which company made it.

 

I would like to find very large ones, both portait and landscape ones, in fact, maybe the largest ones might be the best for me. I'm not sure if any of the frames are slideshow versions, but that would be a plus too.

 

The trouble is, that looking in the store menus does not give the shopper an idea about how large the photo will display when on the wall. Sure, it shows the frame, but it's not next to anything else, so it could be very tiny or very large, and I don't feel like buying 6 or 7, that I will never use, in an attempt to find that perfect on or ones.

 

If you have one of the larger ones, could you check the name and add it here. If you can compare it to another piece of furniture that we're familiar with, that would be great too. An example might be the screen on the free LOOT TV or the window panes in a specific personal space.

 

Thanks in advance. Smiley Happy

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Aug 9, 2013

I personally love these frames from Codeglue. They are one of the MVP picks this go around as well. They come in varing sizes. 

 


 

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Aug 9, 2013

Do you have one on one of your walls? Would you have time to let me look at it sometime? I know some people do tours, but I don't know if that's something that you have time for?

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IvanOffalich wrote:

I have a couple of photo frames, but they display the photos rather small on my walls. I've seen some larger ones in various spaces, but at the time, I didn't think to look at the name or which company made it.

 

I would like to find very large ones, both portait and landscape ones, in fact, maybe the largest ones might be the best for me. I'm not sure if any of the frames are slideshow versions, but that would be a plus too.

 

The trouble is, that looking in the store menus does not give the shopper an idea about how large the photo will display when on the wall. Sure, it shows the frame, but it's not next to anything else, so it could be very tiny or very large, and I don't feel like buying 6 or 7, that I will never use, in an attempt to find that perfect on or ones.

 

If you have one of the larger ones, could you check the name and add it here. If you can compare it to another piece of furniture that we're familiar with, that would be great too. An example might be the screen on the free LOOT TV or the window panes in a specific personal space.

 

Thanks in advance. Smiley Happy


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Yes!!! Joanna said it, the Codeglue frames are the best frames available. I use the square one in most of my spaces and I think it is one of the, if not THE largest frame you can get in Home. Plus the picture clarity with their frames is amazing!! If you'd like to see the frame before purchase feel free to send me a message!
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What store are those in, BMW? Smiley Happy

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IvanOffalich wrote:

What store are those in, BMW? Smiley Happy


Go to furniture. Look for Codeglue B.V. Woman Happy

The LED TV picture frames are there as well.

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Aug 9, 2013

Ohhh, those are the same ones that JD was talking about. I get it now. lol Since everyone is on the same page for this one, I'll head to the store. 

 

Thanks to all of you. Smiley Happy

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Granzella makes some very nice sized frames. There are 2 in particular that were made for the "Flowers of the World" Penthouse. There's a gold frame and a silver and both are quite big, gold is the largest
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IvanOffalich wrote:
I would like to find very large ones, both portait and landscape ones, in fact, maybe the largest ones might be the best for me.

 

 


I think both potrait and landscape frames can be rotated, along with the image itself to get the correct position.

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