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Framing Techniques

To frame or not to frame. The answer rests primarily on how best to suit the décor and to what extent budget is a consideration.

Frames typically add dimension and therefore shadowing, and the results are dramatic. Since frames are raised from the panel surface, a gold leaf angled chamfer is possible around the inner perimeter.

Framing also helps Honor Boards coordinate with other woodworking details or architectural features which might also have raised or ornate elements.

Honor Boards without frames

We are concerned that each and every Honor Board is well designed, detailed and of the highest value. Therefore we take great pride in our unframed models.

For example, a carved and gold leafed border is included on all unframed Boards, lending an air of formality and cohesiveness to the design and presentation.

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