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    We have a mish mash of picture frames in our house and I'm sick of it, I want to pick one colour frame (not necessarily style) and stick to it. Our house is quite neutral with warm hues of brown on the walls, one feature wall and white skirts/ door frames.

    We have a frame that is champagne colour but was made by a framer and apparently you can't buy that colour frame in shops, only get them made which is a bit pricey.

    Anyone use white frames? Are they in fashion (stores have a lot) or is it too boring?

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    Bump anyone?

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    I use white, they're great. They have then everywhere but I buy my frames from ikea majnly

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    Thanks maybe I'll buy one and see how it looks, DH isn't convinced so that may help us decide


 

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