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Floater Frame - For Trekell Traditional Profile Panels 1"

Floater Frame - For Trekell Traditional Profile Panels 1"

Floater Frame - For Trekell Traditional Profile Panels 1"

Part Number:FF-TP
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Note: Picture is for demonstration purposes only, a panel is not included with the frame.

Trekell’s Floater Frames make sense when you see the result: a panel somehow suspended between gorgeous Basswood. It’s an enduring illusion for a reason, remarkable for how it can still make a centerpiece pop. The best part, though? The ease of installation. With two pre-drilled holes, along with two screws and four 1/4” spacers included in every purchase, a Floater Frame won’t require a master carpenter. The only thing you need to do is apply a finish. Or, hey, don’t! The raw Basswood is quite handsome all by itself. And, when paired with a 1/8” Baltic Birch backing, it’s durable, too. Really, when you consider how a Floater Frame can improve the look and protection of your Trekell panels, we’re not sure why you’d want anything else. This Floater Frame is designed for a 1” traditional panel in mind. Here are the complete measurements:


1 3/8" Thick
1/2" Wide
1/4" Float
1/4" Recess

WARNING: Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust, a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer.  Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection.  For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/wood

3 Stars
Basic frame
I had been looking at these pre-made floater frames a while back and decided to try them out when they recently came back in stock. The wood on these frames is raw and can be stained/painted and sealed to the artist's preference. The craftsmanship is not clean, I had tool markings on the inside and front face of one of the frames that needed to be sanded out before use. At the current pricing, I probably would not buy these again because of the extra work that needed to be put into them. I did want to try them out as I liked the concept of being able to interchange paintings within a pre-made frame with just a few screws but I don't see them being cost-effective for my work in the long run.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Utah. on 1/27/2018

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