This rustic style frame, is really interesting as it takes three different size photographs in square and rectangular format. The largest aperture takes a 5" square photograph, the next size is 5 x 3.5" and there are two of that size aperture, one 4" square aperture, one 3.5" square aperture and one 3" square. This means that all the photos can mix and match within the seperate apertures which are stuck to each other to give a 3D effect.
There is a large & in the middle of the frame which links all the photos together and this has been finished in a matt muted grey paint which matches the small aperture above it. The other apertures are white and beige and the rustic style of the frame is perfect for a longe or kitchen. The MDF has been painted in a wash effect and the whole frame measures approximately 20 x 19.5 inches (HxW) and hangs on a strong metal bar that is positioned in the middle on the back.
Each aperture takes a photo from the back and the catches used to hold everything in place rotate and then lock in the correct position. The glass fronts on each aperture, ensure that the photos are kept safe and secure and give the frame a more luxurious feel than cheaper options, like perspex.