If you're wondering what size frame to buy for your print you've come to the right place!
We're here to make print buying easy with our super simple guide to framing! Luna Harkin prints come in four popular sizes - A3, A4, A5 & 8x10.
If you're anything like me, you haven't got time between laundry and nappy changes to be measuring frames! The good news is that these frame sizes are widely available on the High Street and you can pick them up in most homeware shops. I've linked some of my faves below:
Home Sense: Amazing, unique products and if you like a rummage you never know what treasures await! Sadly they don't sell online but T.K. Maxx often have the same or similar items.
Ikea: Really affordable and you probably already have some Ikea Ribba Frames kicking around the house. Ikea's 30cm x 40cm frames are great for my A3 Prints and the 21cm x 30cm ones are good for A4 Prints.
Habitat: Offer a lovely range of well designed, well made frames. The website is really easy to navigate so you can find the size you need easily.
B&Q: We're at B&Q all the time but I always forget they do homeware. There are definitely some hidden gems in this part of the store and the frames are no exception.
John Lewis: I love John Lewis! I can leave the other half in electricals whilst I drool over the homewares. The frames here are lovely and there are some nice basic options that let the artwork shine!
If you're hanging the print in a nursery it's always safest to look for a frame with acrylic or perspex instead of glass. Found one that you love but the frame is glass? No worries! You can order replacement perspex sheets on ebay for a couple of quid.
Below is a handy summary of the prints sizes available at Luna Harkin with the measurements in metric and imperial.
Don't forget if you ever want a different size just give me a shout and I'll see what I can do!
I hope this guide is helpful! If you've still got Qs let me know. I'm happy to help!