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Framing with Fabric

If you'd like to add warmth, beauty, and value to your framed artwork - think fabric!  The appeal of fabric is undeniable; nothing compares to its richness of color, texture, and WOW power.  Photographs, etchings, lithographs, or artifacts - fabric enhances any framed item.  There's no limit to the design possibilities that fabric affords.

Double flex fillet inside wood fillet inside linen wrapped mat.Fabric mat with a wood fillet and double fabric fillet adds an impressive accent to this
botanical print.

What is a "Flair"?
The "Flair" is a strip of matboard wrapped with fabric and applied to the face of a mat - in this example, it's used at the corners.
 More flair in a rich suede including
flair-on-flair accents.

An exquisite design with fillet, flairs, and wrapped moulding.

The 4-ply top mat and the 8-ply middle mat are embossed.





The mat fillet between two fabric wraps adds color.

Finished corner wrapped liner (no seams), gold fillet, and wrapped fabric bottom mat.

This copper plate etching is framed in a clear acrylic box with fabric-wrapped frame.

Something Different:
Fabric-wrapped "mat tiles" set off
with double fillets and a
fabric-wrapped frame.






This striking example of flexible fillet utilizes two alternating colors, arranged symmetrically inside a linen wrapped mat and frame.

Fillet inside and outside a deep bevel linen wrapped mat.

Oval mat?  No problem.
Flexible fabric fillet can handle it
. . . beautifully!

Suede-wrapped liner (no seams) with black fillet - striking combination!

Silver, blue, and red flexible fabric fillets adorn this Daisy Rock.

Wrapped liner and embossed 8-ply top mat with special corner cut.

Coloring outside the lines!  Each frame rail is wrapped in a different color fabric.