NOTE: Due to shelter in place mandates, we currently expect art and mural orders to ship mid-May.
Thank you for supporting Minted and our community of independent artists during this time.
Pick the right texture—a textured wood frame pairs well with a nature-inspired print, while a sleek metal frame looks great with abstract work.
Decide which colors in your artwork you want to bring out, then pick a frame that complements that color. For a black and white print, a wood frame can bring warmth and unexpected color.
We offer two types of glass: UV Plexi Glass & Standard Plexi Glass. If your art is opposite a strong natural light source, we recommend choosing UV Plexi Glass, which has a non-glare finish.
Use float mounting to achieve a contemporary and elevated look. We think float mounting works best with artwork that has an organic edge.
Matting works well with art that is centralized on the paper, as it provides a double frame effect for the work and draws the eye inward.
This contemporary look works well with any style, but is specifically impactful with contemporary photography. It's a great way to maximize the scale of your art by stretching the image edge to edge.
Opt for canvas to achieve the look of an original hand-painted work. It’s also a lightweight alternative to heavier frames for an extra safe way to display children’s art.
We pack every piece carefully and deliver it with all the hardware installed, so it’s ready to hang straight out of the box.
If you’d like guidance, text us your photo to work with a Minted art stylist.
Use a measuring tape to measure 58"-62" inches from the floor to the middle of the fine art print, based on preference. We recommend using painter’s tape to mark where you’d like the top and bottom of your art to hit.
Turn your art over and see if your art is framed with hanging wire, corner brackets, D-rings, or a sawtooth bracket. For specific instructions on hanging wire, corner brackets, D-rings, and sawtooth brackets, follow these steps.