My National Park Gallery Wall ft. Framebridge Review

By An Trieu

January 29, 2022

Brooklyn apartment update

My living room wall got a makeover. It’s the big National Park-themed Gallery Wall that consist of posters and nature prints from our past travels. Frames are by Framebridge.

about framebridge

Susan Tynan, the founder and CEO of Framebridge, started Framebridge to make framing more accessible and affordable. Their framing studio is located in Kentucky.


Pricing is based on size,  from $39 to $250. Price includes secure packaging for shipping, photo printing with archival inks, frame and mat, hanging hardware, and free shipping both ways.


Framebridge has physical stores, but the process can be done entirely online at home. They frame everything at the Kentucky studio, so it can take some time.


Printing Paper and Inks. Framebridge uses premium lustre or enhanced matte paper using archival inks. This is already included in the pricing of the frame. I used MPIX for customized prints.


Solid wood with premium finishes like hand-leafing, veneer, and gesso. I've gone for all matching Mercer Slim frames with white mat.


All of my fames come securely wrapped with corresponding hanging hardware. Stunning in person! They have some weight, not too heavy nor too light. I love the Kraft paper backing, too!


I'd recommend Framefridge if you're not in a hurry. Some hanging wires are installed too low, hence they cause the frames to hang an an angle. Acrylic glazing has a glare when the sun hits it.