framing inspiration

Obrien and Schridde is introducing a new line of frames and we think these beauties would mix in very well with our inspired wall galleries. These are the first in a series of frames they are releasing over the next couple of months with a lower price point. This first set of frames is environmentally friendly, they are made from recycled materials.

These frames retail for only $48.00 and are completely handmade in southern California. There are a variety of color options and Design Aglow blog readers will receive a 10% discount on July orders plus a bonus frame with orders over $500.

By the way, Obrien and Schridde is also a sponsor of Learnfest. We have 4 more spots available for the next workshop at Chateau Elan, which will be the last Learnfest ever.




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