Our box style frames have a deep profile and an angled inner edge (40mm) to enhance your photos and art. Their depth also allows them to stand upright unassisted. Choose from 4 colours.
Angled inner edge
If you're looking for something a little more interesting than a straight gallery frame but still want a classic look that wont distract from your photo, you may want to consider a box frame. Our box frames feature an angled inner edge to draw your eye in directly to your photos, bringing a little drama to the overall look.
Can stand upright
While a gallery frame will sit quite streamlined against your wall, the box frame has a much deeper profile meaning it will sit out off your wall by a few centimetres. This deeper profile also means the smaller sized frames can stand upright unassisted and without leaning back, making them an excellent choice for nightstands and consoles.
Use Box frames to give your Photos a Contemporary Look
A box frame is an excellent way to frame your precious photos. These frames have a deeper profile, meaning they will sit/protrude out from the wall when hung, or stand upright used freestanding, which is ideal if you don’t want to mount pictures on your wall.
Shadow Box Frames are a Stylish Choice
If you are looking for a modern, stylish way to frame your photos, choose a shadow box frame. These sorts of frames have a contemporary style, so they look good in all sorts of homes. Our box frames have a 40mm deep profile so they protrude out from the wall, unlike a gallery frame that sits flush against the wall. They also have an angled inner edge to draw your eye and dramatise your art, whilst maintaining clean lines and a classic aesthetic.
Box Photo Frames can be Hung or Displayed on your Desk
One of the great things about box photo frames is that they are so versatile. You can display your photos in these frames in a variety of ways.
Use them freestanding – these boxes have a deep profile, so they stand up easily on a flat surface
Hang one of them on your wall – because these frames stick out from the wall slightly, a single photo can be an interesting focal point
Create a grouping of photos on your wall – group together several small box frames to make a gallery wall of photos from special occasions