Leather picture frames have evolved from a long history of trained artisans creating exquisite leather accessory pieces for the home. %expanded-mobile%
A journey through antique and flea markets here, in the United Kingdom, and in Europe will often uncover century old frames and other pieces crafted by hand in the most exotic leathers. It was always this rich heritage that inspired us to create frames in a variety of leathers that both men and women can enjoy everywhere in the home. A tabletop vignette of leather frames, depending on their colors, can work as beautifully in a contemporary, modern residence as they can in the most classic wood paneled library. When we set out to create our photo frames in leather, we chose to work from a range of materials and colors that would allow for decorating choices that can be both playful and timeless. %expanded-desktop%
Classic neutral tones in creams, tans, greys and taupes are mixed with pops of bright colors, sometimes as matching styles, but other times within the same frame design. The picture sizes in our leather frames can vary from the most popular 4x6 and 5x7, to larger sizes like 8x10 and 11x14. As always, with any of our pieces, our leather frames follow our 360-degree rule where the backs of the frames are finished as beautifully as the fronts; allowing them to look perfect anywhere in the home or office. We think leather frames can be a versatile gifting choice. It is the perfect gift for him at Father's Day or any other milestone or holiday, but it can also be a meaningful and heartfelt gift for her as well. As with any photo frame, if you do make one style from this collection your gifting choice, we always love the idea of putting a note in the frame if a picture isn't available at the time you give it, or in an even more thoughtful twist, hiding the note behind the picture you have chosen for the frame. You tell the recipient that the note is there for them to read and cherish but hope that they will forget about it over time, only to be delighted when the discover it again years later.