A little while back, I was contacted by FramedArt.com to do a review for them, so I got to do a little art shopping (they allowed me to choose one piece under $75 for free). I found their website a bit overwhelming at first with all the options they have, to help with that I really had to think about what it is I want exactly, which was elegant, soothing and with a touch of whimsy. After hours of searching, I narrowed it down to Summer in Bloom
II by Timothy O'Toole, Layered Butterflies I by Sisa Jasper, and Fields in Spring 1884 by Claude Monet. I asked three people's opinions to help me figure it out, but they all picked a different one, no help. Eventually, I settled on the butterflies with a light blue mat and glass. There are lots of framing and matting options to customize for you.
I did have to wait a while for my print to arrive since it got damaged along the way, but the second time around there wasn't even a scratch on the frame. It comes with mounting bar bracket things that are rather awesome. They make it easy to hang the piece level and keep it level (no more constantly adjusting frames that have shifted).
Currently, it is hanging in my dining room, which was quite void of art. Now there is a fun bit of color, that I don't have to fiddle with to keep level. I'm really happy with it.
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