Canvas Floater Frames

canvas inside a floater frame
Canvas floater frames give the illusion the canvas you place in the frame is floating in the distinctive space within the frame. These frames are usually used if you want to display a gallery wrap canvas since the edge of the painting or the canvas print does not get covered, and displays the entirety of the canvas leaving nothing to the imagination.
canvas floater frame collection
13mm Black Paint
13mm Black Paint
21mm Internal Depth
13mm White Paint
13mm White Paint
21mm Internal Depth
12mm Barefaced
12mm Barefaced
22mm Internal Depth
15mm Black Paint
15mm Black Paint
42mm Internal Depth
15mm White Paint
15mm White Paint
42mm Internal Depth
35mm Black Paint
35mm Black Paint
37mm Internal Depth
35mm Wenge Paint
35mm Wenge Paint
37mm Internal Depth
44mm Black Paint
44mm Black Paint
40mm Internal Depth
53mm Black Gloss
53mm Black Gloss
47mm Internal Depth
53mm White Gloss
53mm White Gloss
47mm Internal Depth

We will manufacture the opening size of your canvas floater frame to the size you enter plus a few millimetre allowance. If you would like a gap larger than 1-2mm between the frame and your canvas picture it is important to increase the size you enter by the desired amount. Our recommendation would be to measure your canvas picture and add 10-20mm to each dimension. This will allow suitable movement and space the canvas away from the edge so it appears to float.

You should also note the internal depth of the canvas floater frame which is detailed within the product description, and ensure this is suitable for the thickness of your canvas. It is perfectly normal for the thickness of your canvas to be slightly more or less than the internal depth of the frame.

When measuring your canvas it is important to not presume that it will be square. Measure each outer edge of the stretched canvas, i.e. top, bottom, left and right, and use the larger of the two measurements(if there is a difference) when calculating the size you enter into our website.