This attractive white plastic frame has a bright matt finish and is four frames stuck together to make one multi aperture. Each frame is different, two plain and two patterned. The first pattern is floral with plenty of interest around the edge and a deep fall into the actual aperture itself. It stands proud of the plainer frames and makes a great focal point. The second patterned frame is less floral and has a regulated pattern of circles and bows, which contrasts perfectly with the plain frames which have simple straight grooves and chamfered edges. Each aperture has clear glass in it to protect the image and the photographs are put into the back of the frame by removing the backboard and then securing it back into place using the plastic rotating pins. The strong metal bar on the back has a serrated edge to ensure that the frame hangs straight and the overall depth of the frame when hung against a wall is just under an inch.