It isn’t until you actually have a chance to go and scope out various framing prices that you come to discover that getting things framed professionally can come with quite a hefty price tag. When I graduated from college a few years ago, I wanted to get poster memento framed and my probably-under-ten-dollar-poster board was going to cost at least six times that amount just to get a frame around it – yikes! While I did end up going through with it, I haven’t gotten anything framed professionally since then. After all, in this day and age of DIY projects around every corner, you practically can do everything – including framing – yourself. There are many places you can find cheap poster frames, but it’s all about how to save money as well as getting a quality product.
If you’re looking for quality but cheap poster frames, check out these sources:
While getting lost in their huge, warehouse-sized stores, IKEA actually boasts some really great household products, including frames galore. Their RIBBA Series frames are simple in design but great quality, with a wide range of sizes and colors to suit your needs. They are all very affordable, with none of them over a $25 price tag.
Best known for all their amazing products that bring life to your home, Pottery Barn doesn’t disappoint when it comes to having many different frames in various shapes and sizes in stock. You know they are of the utmost quality and when it comes to price tags, they range from $16 to $129, which makes it easy to find something in everyone’s budget.
If you’re looking for plain, no-frills black frames made of great quality, head on over to Urban Outfitters where their frames will cost you no more than $28 for a set of ten. They are all of various sizes, which provides you with not only affordability but also variety.
You can find practically everything you need to live at Target, and when it comes to cheap poster frames, there’s no shortage of that there! For under $30 you can get a sleek poster frame that fits your need and won’t break the bank!
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