If you’ve ordered already we really hope you love your Brio prints as much as we loved creating them for you, if not head over to BrioStore and grab yourself an awesome print. Our prints can be displayed without a frame but to keep them in tip top condition we recommend framing them.

This should be done as soon as possible to avoid any damage happening to your fresh new print. Framing is super easy and can be done at home with out having to spend too much money.

Framing on a budget

To frame our prints on a budget we recommend using IKEA Ribba 30x40cm frames, these are available in white and black for only £6. Get yourself some here. Our studio and homes are full of them, they look great and they’re super easy to set up. We think the thick bezels and simplicity works really well with our prints.

Framing with a bigger budget

If you have a bit more of a budget we would recommend John Lewis aluminium frames which can be found here. They come in a range of finishes and although a little pricy at £22 they are definitely worth the money. They are really well made and make framing prints really easy.

Alternatively, you could have your prints framed professionally, there are thousands of quality framers across the UK who offer solutions for most budgets.

Although we print on Epson archival grade paper we recommend avoiding hanging artwork in direct sun light as this may cause fading over a long period of time.