VITABY Collage frame for 6 photos, white


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Article Number303.825.78

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The motifs are in place and the pictures are ready to hang.

Motif from the IKEA Family book "SY-Passion for textiles" and Sara Fager.

If you want some variation, you can easily change motif in the frame.

Front protection in plastic makes the frame safer to use.

PH-neutral mat; will not discolor the picture.

The frame holds 6 pictures; 1 picture 12x16", 2 picture 8x12", 2 picture 5x7", 1 picture dia. 4".

Different wall materials require different types of fasteners. Use fasteners suitable for the walls in your home.


Monika Mulder

Article Number303.825.78


Width: 30 ¾ "

Height: 23 ¼ "

    Collage frame for 6 photosArticle Number303.825.78

    Width: 24 "

    Height: 1 "

    Length: 31 ¼ "

    Weight: 3 lb 2 oz

    Package(s): 1


Loved the design!Shirlm3kI bought 2 of these frames for my daughter's wedding to be used for a seating chart. The variable sizing and classy design were perfect! We've re-purposed them with wedding photos to be hung in their home.5
Love this!SilverEyesI love that the sizes are all a bit different (best place to print the photos is at Costco, price wise), and although the white is cute, I wanted it in black. It was super easy to spray black, holds the spray well, and was super easy to modify. I love it so much, I need to get another!5
Plastic and cheap!!!!Annie MisraDon’t buy! Simply save your money for something that is not so cheap1
All plastic and light, great for earthquakesVioletEosI love these light weight frames made of all plastic. Looks great, won’t be dangerous if it falls, doesn’t need heavy duty hook. Very pretty5
Not sized for US letter printsDumbOlDadAs you can see, this collage has 6 different-sized frames. There are two medium-large ones, but they're A4 size -- not Letter sized (the standard US paper size). Not obvious at all when you're in the store to purchase it. For us North American-based customers, that confounds the project.... I was planning to print my own photos for all but the largest frame (11 x 15). But the A4 sized prints now have to be outsourced, too. Bummer.3
Wall ArtBeckyPI purchased this as a gift. My daughter loved the overall look.5
Looks greatRonnie BLooks great with all my other wall art.5
great value!Nana3Grsgreat collage look without the work to decide what picture goes where. you can turn it and it still looks great.5
VITABY Collage frame for 6 photos, white

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