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Profile F150 Floater Frame

Canvas Floater Frames

Enhance your gallery wraps!

Profile F140 Floater Frame

A Canvas Floater Frame is used to display a gallery wrap canvas, and does not cover the edge of the painting or canvas print. The entire front surface of the canvas is visible.


Wood Floater Frames

Wood Floater frames are hand-assembled by our staff.

Profile F120
Profile F120 Floater Frame
F120 Canvas Floater Frame
  • Rabbet: 1-15/16"
  • Height: 2-5/16"
  • Face Width: 5/8"
  • Total Width: 1-3/4"
  • Ideal for S140, S260,
    S320 Stretcher Frames
Profile F140
Profile F140 Floater Frame
F140 Canvas Floater Frame
  • Rabbet: 2-3/16"
  • Height: 2-5/8"
  • Face Width: 7/16"
  • Total Width: 1-3/4"
  • Ideal for S150, S280
    Stretcher Frames

Metal Floater Frames

Nielsen Profile 13
Nielsen Profile 13 Floater Frame
Profile 13 Canvas Floater Frame
  • Rabbet: 9/16"
  • Height: 1-1/4"
  • Face Width: 1/4"
Nielsen Profile 14
Nielsen Profile 14 Floater Frame
Profile 14 Canvas Floater Frame
  • Height: 1-7/8"
  • Face Width: 1/4"



Canvas floater mounting information here:
Canvas Floater Frame Mounting Instructions

Mounting Stretched Canvas in Floater Frame Instructions

Need Floater Frame Straight or Corner Samples?

Pictures just don’t do some of floater frame mouldings justice. You can't tell from a picture the exact colors, angles and finish quality of our products. So that you can check out the quality and finish for yourself and place them next to your artwork to ensure they will work for you, we offer economical 6” straight sample sets and full corners sample frame sets.

Floater Color Sample Set
Full Corner Floater Frame Sample Set
All Color Floater Frame Sample Sets

Canvas Floater Frames get their name from the illusion that once the art is assembled in the frame, it appears to float within the frame. This means that only the surface of the canvas, which is the size of the stretcher bars, will show on the front. Any color applied to the canvas wrapping the sides of the stretcher bars will be somewhat visible in the "float" space.