This gorgeous frame is absolutely stunning as the photographs are suspended in the middle of the glass panel inside the aperture. Easy to fix in place, there is a surrounding frame on the back that holds each glass in place and the photograph is stuck to the glass so that it stays in place. The overall effect is of a big window with a ledge top and bottom. The distressed finish is created by white painted wood which looks like it has weathered over several years and creates a really rustic feel. Each piece of glass is surrounded by a bevelled wooden edge which has a flat top profile adding to the 'window' effect. The overall size of the frame is approximately 26.5x17 inches and each 'window pane' measures approximately 6.5x7.5 inches so a photograph of any size upto the aperture can be displayed. The photos are put into the back of the frame by removing the thin MDF inner frame and one of the glass panels, placing the photo onto the glass, securing it with a sticky tab (not supplied) and then securing it all back together using the six metal tabs around the edge. The frame hangs from two serrated hooks placed at either side of the top of the frame, so it will remain securely in place and stay straight when hanging.