Free Framing Quote

Please fill out the options and add any specific requests in the notes section at the bottom of checkout. This quote is free and won't affect your cart total. We will send a separate invoice for framing and shipping. More info below:
Allow 5 working days for framing quote. Artwork sent only after quote confirmation.

To add a frame to your order, please provide the necessary information and any specific requests in the notes section at the bottom of checkout. You won't be charged until after your purchase when you receive our invoice/quote. If you're adding a frame without the intended artwork, please include the artwork dimensions in the notes section during checkout.


High Float Mounted (Most popular): The print 'floats' higher, with a white border, showcasing it's edge and creating a drop-shadow

Float Mounted: The print 'floats', with a white border, showcasing it's edge

Traped/Box Framed: The print is framed flush with the edge of the frame, with no border

Window Mounted: A mount sits on top of the print, overlapping the edges slightly. This creates a border around the image

Tray Frame: The perfect solution for canvases and paintings on board, which are framed without glass and leave a gap between the inside edge of the frame and the canvas.


Standard: 3mm clear Perspex® has outstanding clarity, providing the same appearance as regular glass, but is more durable, shatterproof and lighter. We recommend Perspex® for framing large artworks, shipping or as a safer alternative to glass.

UV Protected: 3mm Perspex® blocks up to 99% of UV light and is recommended when framing higher value pieces, or if hanging artwork in room which receives a lot of light. The UV protection protects your artwork from fading overtime.

Artglass: Designed to protect your art, photos and memorabilia, all while being invisible. By eliminating reflection and glare, Artglass puts the focus on what’s truly important

Acryic: Also known as plexiglass, is a type of shatter-resistant, flexible plastic — this material is strong and unlikely to break, whereas glass is easily damaged and potentially dangerous. Acrylic also tends to be even more transparent than glass. That said, comparing the cost of acrylic versus glass side by side, you'll often find that acrylic is a bit pricier.

None: no glass 


At Toxic we can help facilitate the framing of any of the pieces found on our website, by helping cut through the jargon and suggest the ideal frame elements to showcase your art, with colours and styles of frame that create the perfect centrepiece for your home or office.

Need framing advice? Call us on +44 (0)7925855191 or click on the Live Chat in the bottom right-hand corner of this page.

We can offer a variety of framing options, including different mounts and UV glass, to meet the demands of individual art works. Please feel free to contact us to discuss the various options available.

Additionally, we will choose the safest and most affordable way to deliver it straight to your door. 

Contact for any enquiries.