Picture frame linen liners are enhancers that can be added to just about any wood frame.
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1 1/4" White linen liner
This white fabric frame liner is an excellent addition to several picture frame offerings due to the visual impact and contrast of a white border separating the art from the frame. The profile is 1 ¼” wide, and the rabbet depth is 1/4". The outside depth of this fabric frame liner profile is 5/8”.
1 1/4" Black linen liner
This contemporary black fabric frame liner brings an eloquent and sophisticated presence to picture framing designs for paintings on canvas and rigid board, including giclee prints on canvas and laminated prints on foamcore or gatorboard.
1 1/4" Off white liner
This off-white or oatmeal-colored beveled fabric frame liner is a perfect complement to many picture framing design themes, including original fine art oil paintings and acrylics on stretched canvas or panels. A fabric frame liner consists of fabric that is wrapped or mounted onto a wood moulding that gets stacked inside of another picture frame.
2" White liner
This white fabric liner is a versatile choice to add dimension and emphasis to an original painting. Fabric liners are placed inside the lip of a deeper frame, and are traditionally used on original oil paintings or canvas giclee prints in which the painting is exposed without glass or acrylic glazing.
2" Black linen liner
This gorgeous, black fabric frame liner adds a layer of elegance and sophistication to any oil or acrylic painting on canvas or panel, including giclee prints on canvas. This black frame liner may also be used to accent works on paper, or other items under glazing.
2" Off white liner
This off-white oatmeal linen fabric frame liner is an excellent addition to deep wood picture frames where an additional border next to the frame is preferred for original paintings on canvas and giclee prints on canvas. Whereas works on paper typically get mats and glazing, canvas paintings can have a frame liner in which the fabric is adhered to a wood substrate.