A blank, frame made from reclaimed maple floorboards, taken from old gyms and dance halls. The front of the frame is sanded clean to reveal the beautiful maple wood, while the sides are left with the worn and marked surface of the polished floorboard, telling the story of its years of wear. The square format is ideal for a variety of images in the larger 30 x 30cm or smaller 23.5 x 23.5cm. Looks great either hanging on a wall or sitting on a tabletop. The frames are ideal for framing Martina Scott's prints, and the larger size works perfectly for record covers or for framing the images from our 2021 Irish Wildflower Calendar.
Small: External Frame Size: 252mm × 252mm// Glass Size (Maximum image size): 235mm x 235mm
Large: External Frame Size: 320mm × 320mm // Glass Size (Maximum image size): 300mm x 300mm
*print not included
Rockerlane Workshop produces contemporary wooden furniture and frames, with sustainability at the core of their practice.
Crafting bespoke frames from reclaimed dancefloors, they combine the past and the present and have shifted the perspective on reusing archival materials.
Mikey produces the frames by hand in their rural workshop, in the townland of Rocker, North Tipperary. Sean is an architect, who has specialised in the field of Design and Sustainability in Oslo, and sources the floorboards.