ARCHY White multi-apperture picture frame

Colour: White
Delivered within 3-5 days

Made from white-oak veneer, the Archy white multi-aperture picture frame has 10 apertures in varying sizes, allowing you to display photos of friends, family or favourite places in groups.

Perfect for the hallway or above a desk, it makes a wonderful wedding or house-warming gift.

Fits images from 41 x 66mm to 193 x 244mm.


Details & Dimensions

  • Frame profile width: 2.5cm.
  • External frame size: W85 x H39.5 x D2cm.
  • Holds 10 pictures.
  • Apperture sizes (in mm):
  • 92 x 92, 92 x 142, 193 x 244, 117 x 168, 66 x 66, 41 x 66, 168 x 117, 117 x 117, 92 x 142, 142 x 92
  • Oak veneered MDF
Product Code: 450074

Delivery & Returns

Home Delivery

Delivery UK Mainland & Northern Ireland
FREE delivery for selected orders over £50
£4.95 for orders under £50
Normally delivered within 3-5 working days.
Delivery Republic of Ireland:
Standard Service = £12

FREE returns on selected orders.
Click here to see more on our Delivery & Returns page.

Care Instructions

  • Wipe with a dry cloth.
  • Do not use abrasive cleaners.
  • Glass cleaner may be required.
ARCHY White multi-apperture picture frame

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from smart and solid quality perfect for the tall vertical 6os drawing that i have been trying to frame (just took out the mount board).
Date published: 2017-08-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from lovely Lovely size, great price in the sale, bit much full price. Nice arrangement of various apertures
Date published: 2017-08-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great frame This is a fairly big frame, but just a bit different to all the others out there. I love the varied picture sizes, and it's a good-looking, sturdy frame. My only gripe is that the individual picture sizes aren't listed, which would have been really helpful.
Date published: 2017-03-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Looks stylish This 'floating' frame looks modern and stylish and looks great on a plain background. Only downside was that the picture does not 'float' in the middle of the frame just by clipping it in as in the instructions, so I had to sellotape the picture in the middle of the frame to stop it slipping out of position. So with a bit of tweaking got the desired effect and it looks good now.
Date published: 2016-06-02
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