Q: What Components And Materials Are Used In Edgewood Frames?
A: Edgewood frames are made using MDF. Medium density fiberboard (MDF) is a high grade, composite material that performs better than solid wood in many areas. Made from recycled wood fibers and resin, MDF is machine dried and pressed to produce a dense, stable material.

Q: Are The Frame Colors That I See Online Acurate Colors?
A: Yes, we take great pride in ensuring that all of our products exceed standards. This is true in all aspects of our business including the accuracy of our product listings. You can always be assured that the colors you view online are identical to the actual product.

Q: Do You Offer Custom Framing?
A: Edgewood offers a variety of ‘ready-made’ frames in the most popular sizes. We currently do not offer custom framing.

Q: How Do I Figure Out The Correct Frame Size To Purchase?
A: First, determine what size photo, art, or image you are trying to frame. Next, decide if you would like it matted or non-matted. For example, if your photo is 5x7”, you can either purchase an 8x10 frame that mats to a 5x7 OR you can purchase a 5x7” frame and remove the mat. The choice is all yours!

Q: How Does The Removeable Easel Work? What Sizes Is It Available On?
A: Edgewood has taken great pride in designing the patent pending “Removable Easel.” This allows you to “easel-ly” go from tabletop to wall with your frame. It is available in all 8x10, 5x7, and 4x6 sizes. View our video here:

Q: What Forms Of Payment Do You Accept?
A: We accept all major credit cards.

Q: How Do I Change The Quantity Of My Order?
A: Send us an email at: We’ll do whatever it takes to ensure that you receive the products you want.

Q: How Can I Track My Order?
A: After your purchase is completed, our team will send you an email of your official tracking #. You can use this number to find out specific details regarding your shipment.

Q: How Do I Use My Promo Code?
A: After you have placed items into your cart, proceed to checkout. Click “Promo/Gift Certificate”, insert your code and click “Apply”.

Q: What Is A Rabbet?
A: The rabbet (pronounced “rabbit”) is the recess on the inside of a frame in which the framing materials are placed (backing board and artwork, mats, and glazing). This is the area that the art or photo is displayed.