A-La-Carte Frames Are Now Available for Individual Purchase!

You asked, we listened (we’re seriously like that).

Now you can purchase 16x20 and smaller frames as singles!

That’s right--one fabulously chic frame at a time. Simply add as many as you’d like to a pack. We even offer tiered pricing incentives, so the more you buy of one size (any style), the more you save!

And as always, shipping is based on weight and distance, and we pass along our discounted UPS rate to you.

THE DETAILS:
16x20 frames and smaller: tiered pricing works as long as the frames added to your cart are the same size.
20x20 frames and larger: A minimum of 3 frames (in each size) is required for package safety requirements. Tiered pricing is available for quantities of 4 or more and frames can still be added to your cart individually (i.e. you can check out with 4 or 5 frames instead of having to check out with two sets of 6).
Grab & Go Collections will be purchased the same way - no changes!

Click here to download the new price list containing the new tiered a-la-carte prices. Or simply check out the "Tiered Pricing" tab in any of the product descriptions.

Special thanks to Elizabeth Messina Photography for the lovely sample images!




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