Frame Destination, Inc. Announces the Launch of New Stretcher Frames
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Stretcher frames are unique and different from traditional stretcher bars used in the stretching of art canvases. Stretcher bars can be difficult to work with because the artist will need to piece them together using tongue and groove slots, making it difficult to achieve a true square. Frame Destination Stretcher Frames take the hard work out of stretching a canvas because they are constructed from sturdy strainer wood, and come preassembled. The stretcher frames are cut, then glued and nailed by Frame Destination, providing a much-demanded service by their growing client base.
The stretcher frames from Frame Destination are squared with permanent ninety-degree corners, and ready for any artwork canvas. Typical uses for stretcher frames include stretching a canvas which will then be placed inside a picture frame, or stretching a large canvas that will be displayed as-is, often in a gallery setting. Frame Destination offers stretcher frames in sixty different frame sizes, and custom sizes are also available.
The shape of the wood in the stretcher frames has also been considered by Frame Destination. While sharp faces can cause cracking of the artwork canvas over time, Frame Destination stretcher frames have rounded faces to prevent such damage from occurring. The wood used for Stretcher Frames is solid and smooth hardwood, never flimsy and warped, which is often the case with other lesser brands of stretcher bars.
Frame Destination offers custom picture frame sizes with a diverse selection of wood moulding profiles and strives to meet the needs of their clientele by continuing to develop their frame product line. In addition to the
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