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Quick Guide: Frames for Flower Prints

Now that you're the proud owner of new flower art, it's time to frame! We sized our flower art prints strategically, so that most can pop right into standard size frames without a mat. In fact, some of our favorite, most affordable frame options can be ordered right on Amazon (we're keeping things really simple for you) and we'll link to them below! The frames you see in the gallery wall pictured here are all included in the links below. 

Rectangle prints

Our rectangle flower art prints, like "Free Spirit", "Sweet Life", and "Be Wild" can be purchased in a 8x10, 11x14 or 16x20 size and are super easy to frame!


Our 8x10" flower art prints are a 6x7.5" or 6x8" image printed on 8x10" paper. They fit perfectly into a standard 8x10" frame without a mat. Our picks for affordable 8x10" frames are: 1, 2, 3, 4


Our 11x14" flower art prints are an 8x10" or 9x12" image printed on 11x14" paper. This means there is a nice white border around the edge of the image, allowing the print to pop right into a standard 11x14" frame without a mat. Our favorite 11x14" frame options are: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 


Our 16x20" flower art prints pop right into a standard 16x20" frame with a slim white border around the image. Our favorite 16x20" frame options are: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Square prints

Our square flower art prints, like "Under the Stars", "The Notorious RBG", and "Live Fully" can be purchased in a 10x10, 16x16 or 20x20 size, and are also very easy to frame!


Our 10x10" flower art prints are an 8x8" image printed on 10x10" paper. Our favorite 10x10" frame options are: 1, 2, 3


Our 16x16" flower art prints fit right into a 16x16" frame without a mat. Consider these frame options: 1, 2, 3 


Finally, our 20x20" flower art prints are a 16x16" image printed with a border, allowing them to fit perfectly in a 20x20" frame. Our go-to 20x20" frame is this one and it's available in a few different colors. 

ArtToFrames is a great source for almost any size frame in an array of different wood finishes. If you're looking for more framing customization, check them out!

A few more words of wisdom

1) If you've found a frame you love, but it's not matted to the perfect size, don't worry! Take your mat and your flower art print to a local framer, Michael's does it too, and have them cut the mat to fit the artwork. This is a very affordable service!

2) Dry mounting large prints is our recommended way to reinforce them in a frame. Dry mounting a print can keep it from sagging or waving in a frame, which can sometimes happen in humid environments. Dry mounting is optional, but recommended for larger prints. A local framer will do this for an affordable fee. 

3) We like to suggest affordable ways to frame, but custom framing is also an option. This allows you to choose the frame and the mat that best fits the art piece without having to worry about all the sizing details. Take your print to a local trusted framer, or send it out to a service like Framebridge!

Have a specific question that we didn't answer above? Send us an email at We're happy to help!