Wooden picture frames are very popular. The timeless appeal to these frames and the ease with which they blend into most interiors makes them a staple through decades. When it comes to classy woods, oak has a special place among the different woods. This stately hardwood takes a long time to grow and has as much a majesty in the form of wooden boards as a stately oak does in a meadow. In this blog post, we have assembled our five most popular oak wood picture frames. We hope it helps you find your perfect picture frame, and please note that all these entries below are also custom picture frames that will fit any project.
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This very classic frame leaves no doubt on what kind of frame this is. The wood character of this oak frame isn’t only visible in the color, but also in the visible texture of the characteristically open grooves in the wood. The classic nature and blatant wood character of this frame make it a likely candidate for most popular among the oak wood picture frames.
In this frame we also see the grooves and wood that make classic oak wood picture frames so popular and recognizable, but in darker tones. This Oak Honey Color wood picture frame is a few shades darker and noticeably thicker than the first frame we looked at, but keeps the same timeless, classy look.
The third choice in our most popular oak wood custom picture frames, is this oak with walnut stain frame. What stands out about this frame isn’t just the even darker hue, but also the thick border. These elements make this frame very suitable for a big picture, such as a centerpiece painting in a room.
While the shades have been getting darker so far through this blog post, the number four spot is taken by the lightest frame yet. This Oak Round Top Honey Color picture frame has a medium-sized one inch frame and displays the wooden texture in a very light hue. Perfect for a lighter or more modern look than the oak with walnut stain, or for medium-sized pictures.
As the name suggests, this frame is a variation on the Oak with Walnut frame. In this reverse style, the walnut takes the spotlight. This makes a lighter frame, while the other elements from that frame are still intact. The classic look and thicker border still make this an excellent choice for bigger pieces that inevitably catch everyone’s attention.