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Hey everyone,

Quick question for personal reasons!

I'm looking to buy a handful of large A2 picture frames, probably white or black wooden frames.

Does anyone have any recommendations? I've looked online and there are some usual options, but feel like perhaps there's some in-store only places I'm missing?

For example, The Range or HomeSense? That sort of place....

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sunny101
sunny1012 months ago

Have you tried Ikea yet? They've always got some cheaper options.

https://www.ikea.com/gb/en/cat/picture-photo-frames-18746/

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Tom
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2 months ago

sunny101 thank you, yes that is an option I’m considering. Just wondering if there’s others I should be checking out that I don’t know

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Ann1984
Ann19842 months ago

B&M have good range of frames the larger home stores

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Tom
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2 months ago

Ann1984 thank you. Will need to go visit

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MaggiePurdy
MaggiePurdy2 months ago

I've bought these from Asda....on offer at the moment 3 for £12....I bought white but I know they are available in other colours 🤠

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Tom
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2 months ago

MaggiePurdy oh cool I didn’t know that thank you

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valeriebaxter49
valeriebaxter492 months ago

Try Wilkinsons

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Tom
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2 months ago

valeriebaxter49 I wish there was a Wilco near me! Loads of bargains in there

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emmabeckz
emmabeckz
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2 months ago

Wilko and IKEA usually good but you’ll end up coming out with a trolley load! 😆

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Tom
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2 months ago

emmabeckz hahaha that’s true. I always end up buying tea candles at IKEA for some reason. Probably have a hundred lying around

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Johnny
Johnny2 months ago

Dunelm have some large black ones cheap but not exactly a2 size

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LornaBraithwait
LornaBraithwait2 months ago

george asda online

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Golfforall
Golfforall2 months ago

Buy a framed picture , remove picture and use the frame . Can often be cheaper .

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blacklabrador
blacklabrador2 months ago

Another vote for Wilko's here, our local branch has a lovely selection in various sizes.

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Tonirlex
Tonirlex2 months ago

Dunelm or range probably your best bet, maybe hobby craft.

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Tom
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2 months ago

Tonirlex hobby craft is a good shout, I’ll add that to the list thank you!

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L0ngy
L0ngy2 months ago

Does anyone know where to get really large perspex clip frames?

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sunny101
sunny1012 months ago

L0ngy Have a look in Wilko - they have this one for £7 (size 24" x20") not a bad size.

https://www.wilko.com/en-uk/wilko-plastic-front-clip-frame-24-x-20-inch/p/0078695

or this one 32" x 24" for £9. Anything larger and you'll have to look at frame specialists.

https://www.wilko.com/en-uk/wilko-clip-frame-32-x-24-inch/p/0078697

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Tom
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2 months ago

sunny101 thank you kindly. A few have now said Wilko so deffo need to invest in a longer trip to one

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SalmaS
SalmaS2 months ago

Home and bargains usually have really nice ones and at a great price. Worth having a look.

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Tom
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2 months ago

SalmaS thank you!

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AngelaStew84932
AngelaStew849322 months ago

You should try Roov.co.uk

I have ordered from them quite a few times, the prices are brilliant and the customer service is also really good. Quick delivery too

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Tom
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2 months ago

AngelaStew84932 Roov is quietly becoming a shop I quite like! Good idea to try them

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BORDERJOE
BORDERJOE2 months ago

I don't know them so thanks for the link ...I've just signed up to the mailing list ...looks good.

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gerrykelly25
gerrykelly252 months ago

Easy Frame or Amazon

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cocolgooh
cocolgooh2 months ago

I find Habitat are usually pretty good and have a lot of variety, although it looks like they only have black ones in A2 size right now.

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dkevans
dkevans2 months ago

TK Maxx has a "Home" section in its stores. I can't recall seeing large frames in there, but it's always a magical mystery tour trying to find anything in those stores!

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Tom
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2 months ago

dkevans yeah - they own a brand of furniture stores called HomeSense which I got one near me. Hoping to find something a tad cheaper. Thank you!

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Tom
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2 months ago

lilyflower ah thank you!

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Lynibis
Lynibis2 months ago

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Lynibis
Lynibis2 months ago

I got all these on Amazon Tom. The Last Kingdom one is the largest (doesn't look it due to angle and perspective) and is A2 approximately 16 x 24.

The Game of Thrones are A4 and the rest in between.

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Tom
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2 months ago

Lynibis Wow that's cool. I'll post a photo when I get them up too 🙂

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Lynibis
Lynibis2 months ago

Tom this is my favourite!

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Tom
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hrdaniels1980
hrdaniels19802 months ago

Tom Ragna 😍

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kimcress
kimcress2 months ago

Wilko? I got some large ones from there

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possy
possy2 months ago

Oo I need a really nice photo frame also, I got my sons first ever Nursery school picture, so on the hunt for a nice frame

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nina090976
nina0909762 months ago

The Range has a great selection too x

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Tom
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2 months ago

Hey thank you everyone for your advice. In the end I went with IKEA.

I’ll post a photo when they’re up on the wall!

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joyferguson
joyferguson2 months ago

Hi, Ive bought a number of the black frames from this ebay seller, they were in the slightly bigger size for my son to display his posters. They were delivered really quickly, well packaged and were great looking for the money I thought. They really set the posters off nice. If you haven’t already bought some, hopefully this will be worth a look? -

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/A1-A2-A3-A4-A5-Photo-Picture-Frame-Maxi-Poster-Frame-Black-Silver-White-Grey-Oak-/283349155150?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286&mkrid=710-127635-2958-0

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hspexy
hspexy2 months ago

there used to be a few joiner places in camden stables market, and I believe they used to sell wooden picture frames cheaply. But it’s been a while, so they’ve probably gone

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Tom
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2 months ago

Hey everyone, thank you again for the recommendations. I ended up going for IKEA:

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sunny101
sunny1012 months ago

They're looking good Tom and there's a good selection of prints. I particularly like the architectural drawing as that's my 'thing'..... or is it your house? Ikea will now probably sell a whole lot more of these. 😄

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Tom
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2 months ago

sunny101 Haha so just to clarify in case anyone is wondering, I only got the frames from IKEA. Prints bought separately from other place. The house drawing is just one that reminded me of a London home, not mine! 🙂

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