Heirloom Frame Displays

Heirloom Frame Displays

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You have to show it if you want to sell it, right? We love how our customers are using Design Aglow Frames in their own homes and studios! Shaylynn of Shaylynn Marie Photography shares, "My goals are to provide beautiful framing options for all of the heirloom prints I offer my clients. The Design Aglow frames include enough variety to suit any of my clients tastes in decor and style and really take the service I offer my clients to the next level. Rather than overwhelming or distracting from the photos, these frames are the perfect enhancement to showcase the photo while delivering a complete finished product to my clients.

I love these frames. I want my clients to see that not only do I think they are a great way to showcase their family's photos but they're a great way to showcase my own family photos in my home. I stand behind my work and the products I offer so much that I use them myself and think that speaks a lot to my clients. When they come in for their viewing and ordering appointment after their sessions, they can not only see and feel the samples of products I offer but see them in real life all over my home. That's important to me for them to see just how amazing their photos can look. Not on a CD or on social media but walls and in beautiful albums in 'real life'. I guess this is my personal way of endorsing the importance the service I provide of not only capturing important memories but preserving them with heirloom quality photos displayed beautifully the way photographs are meant to be seen.

What's not to like about these frames?! In all honesty 'like' might even be an understatement. My clients have ranged from early 20s to late 60s and all have loved the frames you offer. The variety is small enough to not be overwhelming, versatile enough to match any decor or style and appeal to multiple generations. The ingenuity of the stands for your smaller frames, the spring loading for securing the backing and easy mounting structure have given these frames such a wow factor for myself as well as my clients. They have a smart design, beautiful finish options and all at an affordable price point. That takes these frames from like to love for this photographer."

Thanks for sharing, Shaylynn! We love your approach and are so happy for your success. Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~

Have you created something awesome with Design Aglow products? Feel free to send us images here. If we feature it on the blog you’ll get a $75 shopping spree at Design Aglow!

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