This 4” wide, rustic wood picture frame offers a look of wide plank, rough cut lumber that is stained with a blue-green and gray wash. The flat, rectangular profile shape is distressed with the appearance of a sandblasting process, where the denser parts of the wood grain become high points in the overall finish, and the softer, low areas are filled with blue-gray wash.
The rabbet depth of this teal and brown, rustic wood picture frame is 5/8” deep, making this profile ideal for both works on paper and stretched canvases. Even if a stretched canvas is deeper than the rabbet of the frame, this rustic wood picture frame is wide enough to hide the extra depth of a deep canvas that might stick out the back of the picture frame.
Additionally, this rustic wood picture frame works well with a fillet inside the inner lip, such as F100 Gold or F109 Silver. This option is ideal for original paintings on canvas, where extra contrast between the art and frame is desired.
The feel of this rustic wood picture frame is perhaps a vintage, nostalgic look that is a nod to the era before electricity, when lumberjacks and miners worked hard and achieved the impossible, utilizing their hands, manual tools, and teamwork to pioneer a new vision for the American West.