12.81" x 22.81" Wood and Metal Edge Multiple Opening Float Frame Brown - Threshold™

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About this item

Highlights

  • Weathered Wood Finish with Inner Metal Accent
  • Sawtooth Hangers for Horizontal and Vertical wall display
  • Glass Glazing
  • Displays mulitple sized photos vertically or horizontally

Specifications

Features: Rectangle (shape)

Dimensions (Overall): 12.81 Inches (L), 22.81 Inches (W)

Weight: 4 Pounds

Material: Metal, Pine (Frame)

Placement: Wall

Frame Display: Sawtooth Back, Horizontal or Vertical

Frame Color: Brown

Material window glazing: Glass

Total number of photos held: 5

Standard image size held: 4 x 6 Inches, 5 x 7 Inches

TCIN: 52323649
UPC: 044021259726
Item Number (DPCI): 074-15-2209
Origin: Imported

Description

This 10" x 20" Wood and Metal Edge Multiple Image Frame Natural - Threshold™ makes the perfect accent to any room setting. You can display this frame vertically or horizontally on the wall, pairing it with other frames within the gallery family. Its weathered wood look contrasts nicely with the sleek inner metal edge frame and is large enough to float multiple sized images for the perfect collage.
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Shipping details

Estimated ship dimensions: 24 inches length x 14 inches width x 3 inches height
Estimated ship weight: 4.44 pounds

Return details

This item can be returned to any Target store or Target.com.
This item must be returned within 365 days of the date it was purchased in store, shipped, delivered by a Shipt shopper, or made ready for pickup.
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Q: I unscrewed the metal pieces but I can’t remove the glass to put the photos in.

submitted by Julie - 4 years ago
  • A: There may be an easier way but here's what I did... Unscrew and remove the 2 hanging brackets at the top, then fully remove the protective cardboard. Now move all 8 brads aside. I had to loosen the screws on them to do this because they were quite tight. Remove the thin little wooden rectangle, it should come out easily. Now carefully tilt the frame back and the glass will fall back toward you. It had a little glue so I had to pull just a little to get it all the way out.

    submitted byMikey - 2 years ago
  • A: Hi Julie, I have the same question. How do I get the glass out? To be clear, I moved the little brads on the back to the side and removed a thin little wooden rectangle. The glass should now be able to removed. Two of us here think the glass is glued in. We are considering if breaking the frame is necessary to remove the glass. Please advise.

    submitted byccrocket20 - 3 years ago
  • A: Hi Julie - What a great frame to hold so may wonderful memories! The back panel is removable by bending, or sliding the brads back. Thanks for stopping by! - Julie

    submitted byJulie - 4 years ago

Q: How do I remove the metal pieces that are screwed in over the white cardboard?

submitted by efb - 5 years ago
  • A: I’m not talking about you he back panel. Is there any way I can send a picture of the metal pieces that I’m talking about? They are screwed in over the cardboard that protects the frame during storage and shipping. I was able to remove the cardboard around it, but I wasn’t able to remove the metal pieces or the cardboard underneath.

    submitted byefb - 5 years ago
  • A: Just unscrew them, then you can fully remove the cardboard. You can screw them back in after you remove the cardboard.

    submitted byMikey - 2 years ago
  • A: Hi efb - Great question on this Threshold™ photo frame. The back panel is removable by bending or sliding the brads back. Hope you find this helpful! - Jenny

    submitted byJenny - 5 years ago
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Q: Can two 8x10 vertically landscaped photos sit side by side in this frame?

submitted by akg - 2 years ago
  • A: The inner frame dimensions measure 19.5" x 9.43" so your photos will need to be trimmed in order to fit both.

    submitted byMCS Support - 2 years ago
    Brand expert
  • A: Hi akg - We'd love to help you decorate your space. It will hold pictures that are 5" x 7" or 4" x 6", with overall dimension of 12.81" L x 22.81" W. Thanks! - Shelly

    submitted byShelly - 2 years ago
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Q: Can you tell me what are the exact dimensions of the 5 pre cut holes are in the matting?

submitted by AK - 5 years ago
  • A: I just bought this frame in store. There is no matting. The pictures float in between two panes of glass. There is not room for five 5x7 photos. You can either fit one 5x7 photo vertical in the middle and four 4x6 photos horizontal surrounding it, or same format but all 4x6 photos. There is not enough room for the same format with all 5x7 photos. I tried it, didn't work.

    submitted bychelsters - 4 years ago
  • A: Hi AK – Thanks for browsing our frame collection! To view the details of this weathered wood frame, please tap on details/ show all. The standard images sized held are 4 x 6 and a 5 x 7. I hope this helps. - Anita

    submitted byAnita - 5 years ago
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Q: Would an 8x8 picture fit in the middle of this frame with four 4x6 pictures around it? 8x8 picture in the middle and 2 4x6 pictures on each side of the 8x8?

submitted by pn - 2 years ago
  • A: Hi pn - This frame is great for holding memories of your loved ones. The standard image sizes held are 4 x 6 Inches, 5 x 7 Inches. Hope this helps, happy shopping! - Patricia

    submitted byPatricia - 2 years ago
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Q: So, to be clear before I order, the pictures go BETWEEN TWO pieces of glass? Thank you

submitted by Lilly - 3 years ago
  • A: Hi Lilly - What a great looking frame! Yes, there is glass on both the front and back. There is no matting. We hope it work well in your space. - Terra

    submitted byTerra - 3 years ago
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Q: How is the frame supposed to be hung? There are saw tooth hangers but also sliding metal bars coming out of the top of the frame. Those would pop out over the top of the frame, though making both them and the nails visible..

submitted by Alyssa - 3 years ago
  • A: The metal retail hangers are apart of the retail packaging. You should remove those before displaying your float frame. The provided saw tooth hangers attached to the back of the profile should be used to hang this collage.

    submitted byMCS Support - 3 years ago
    Brand expert

Q: Can this frame be flipped and hung vertically?

submitted by Kristi - 3 years ago
  • A: Hi Kristi - Making a collage is easier than ever with this Weather Wood Multiple Picture Frame from Threshold. The frame can be displayed on a wall vertically or horizontally. I hope this is just what you're looking for! - Vanessa

    submitted byVanessa - 3 years ago
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Q: I have six 4" wide by 6" height postcards that I want to frame together. Would it go vertically with 2 postcards side by and 3 rows? Also has anyone mounted pictures on paper or board first? Thanks

submitted by Mahnrut - 4 years ago
  • A: Hi Mahnrut – Display your fond memories in this beautiful weathered wood frame from Threshold. It’s designed to hold standard image sizes: 4 x 6 inches and 5 x 7 inches. The display shows a 5 x 7 in the middle and four 4 x 6 images surrounding it. Thanks for browsing! - Phonsavanh

    submitted byPhonsavanh - 4 years ago

Q: Can 26 standard size photos fit in this frame?

submitted by Spidey - 4 years ago
  • A: see above - 4x6 photos can fit but it seems most people had issues with 5x7

    submitted byamoquin - 3 years ago
3.7 out of 5 stars with 124 reviews
59% would recommend
47 recommendations
quality: 3.11 out of 5
value: 2.89 out of 5
design: 3.49 out of 5

Love

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Tiffany90 - 2 months ago, Verified purchaser
My absolute favorite!!! So disappointment they discontinued making it.
value: 5 out of 5
quality: 5 out of 5
design: 5 out of 5
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Wonderful frame

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
annamaria89 - 1 year ago, Verified purchaser
Good quality, unique design. I have brought 3 of these over the lat 3 years.
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Two out of three isn't bad...

4 out of 5 stars
TeamT - 1 year ago, Verified purchaser
I don’t understand why other reviewers don’t understand that sometimes things are defective, which is annoying. Let me explain: I ordered this and another frame for delivery. They arrived in great packaging and good shape. I immediately unscrewed things and removed the cardboard on this frame, then used the screwdriver to loosen a few sticky brackets holding the back glass on, tipped the frame carefully over onto my hand and easily removed the glass and the pictures stuck on it. I used a couple of pieces of tape to attach my photo to the back glass, put it together and tightened the little brackets back up. Et voilà, a gorgeous photo for my wall! --However, I have to give this only four stars because although it really is beautiful when you put an amazing photo inside of it, sometimes you can’t get a photo inside it! This was so nice I decided to get another one. This time when I ordered the frame, I decided on pickup at the store. After I got home, I got my new photo ready, unscrewed everything, turned the brackets aside—and could not begin to pry the back glass off! What to do? Write a complainy review? No, I just loaded the hardware into a ziplock and took it right back to the store, where they kindly refunded my money. Then I went to the frame department, found there were two left, did eeny-meeny-miney-mo, paid for the new one, took it home and it worked perfectly!
design: 5 out of 5
quality: 3 out of 5
value: 5 out of 5
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Easy to use

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Aly - 1 year ago, Verified purchaser
What are you guys doing to this frame?? Super cute and easy to take apart. If you have any level of common sense you’ll be able to get your photos in there. The outer hardware is for the store to hang it. You need a screw driver to unscrew it. Do NOT screw it back onto the frame...it’s not part of it. Once the packaging is off, turn the little tabs on the back like a normal frame, remove the wood inner frame and tilt the frame so the glass pops out. It’s not hard.
quality: 5 out of 5
value: 5 out of 5
design: 5 out of 5
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Looks great!

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
abrandazzo - 1 year ago, Verified purchaser
I love this frame. I did not have trouble with it like other reviewers did. It takes a little patience getting the photos lined up right without smudging the glass but it turned out beautiful.
design: 5 out of 5
quality: 5 out of 5
value: 4 out of 5
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Need elbow grease to put photos inside

2 out of 5 stars
Would not recommend
Vic M - 1 year ago, Verified purchaser
It’s a gorgeous frame but agreed with all of the other reviews - the glass is VERY difficult to remove as the outer pane is partially glued to the frame and the inner (removable) pane is very tightly fitted. The adhesive used for the stock photos was left behind and I was considering returning the frame when I tried Goo Gone on them and it worked. For the price of this frame and the quality expected of Target, this item should not need this much work to use and cause so much worry about breaking the glass. Once the cards I want to display go in, they are never coming back out.
value: 1 out of 5
design: 2 out of 5
quality: 3 out of 5
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Easy and fabulous

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Monique - 1 year ago, Verified purchaser
I was a little bit leery seeing all the negative comments but this was so simple to install and it looks incredible! You simply need a Phillips screwdriver to remove the eight screws holding the metal protective pieces. Then like an ordinary frame, you flip open the tabs, remove the back piece of glass and position your picture(s) inside. I put a piece of circular scotch tape on the back of my picture so that when I placed the glass back on, the picture wouldn’t move. It looks incredible. Took no time at all. I highly recommend us
quality: 5 out of 5
design: 5 out of 5
value: 5 out of 5
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Wouls not recommend

1 out of 5 stars
Would not recommend
Michele - 1 year ago, Verified purchaser
Would not recommend this frame.. too much work. The glass is glued to the frame making it nearly impossible to insert your own photos.
quality: 1 out of 5
value: 1 out of 5
design: 1 out of 5
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No issues

4 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Cali chillin - 1 year ago
I have no clue what people are doing with this frame and why there are bad reviews. I would definitely buy this in store simply because it’s glass and will crack. Other than that all you need is a Philips head screw driver and that’s it. I was able to put together the frame in mere minutes and add my photos. The trickiest part was placing the photos correctly which is why I docked one star. No issues after that. We used this for a wedding- it traveled with us and withstood wear and tear taking it place to place and hung it up in our home after. A little hard to get straight on the wall but using painters tape always helps. I am totally perplexed by the reviews just use common sense which I don’t think is so common anymore.
design: 4 out of 5
quality: 4 out of 5
value: 5 out of 5
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Hard to remove adhesive

2 out of 5 stars
Would not recommend
Rachel - 2 years ago
Beautiful frame, but very difficult to open and to load with pics. It came loaded with stock photos which were stuck on with a strong adhesive. After 10 min of cleaning and scraping, the glass still isn’t clear.
design: 3 out of 5
quality: 4 out of 5
value: 3 out of 5
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Great float frame!

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
chl2020 - 2 years ago, Verified purchaser
I was hesitant to order this without seeing it in person first since float frames are often a hit or miss, but this was definitely a hit. I used this to arrange some greeting cards with their envelopes and didn't run into the usual issue of things sliding around. I like the style and the frame is very sturdy. For this size at this price, this was a great find.
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HappyCamper

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Happycook - 2 years ago, Verified purchaser
Good quality sturdy frame plus a great design
design: 5 out of 5
value: 5 out of 5
quality: 5 out of 5
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Not made smartly

1 out of 5 stars
Would not recommend
Rach - 2 years ago, Verified purchaser
The glass is glued to the frame, making it almost impossible to remove without the glass breaking.
value: 1 out of 5
design: 1 out of 5
quality: 1 out of 5
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Ignore most of the other reviews

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
K - 2 years ago, Verified purchaser
This frame was just what I wanted to display old photos. The complaints about the packaging come down to user error. Yes, you need a phillips screwdriver. Unscrew four tiny screws, and throw them away. Throw away the two silver hangers and all the cardboard. These are just so it can be displayed in the store. There are sawtooth hangers to hang it vertically or horizontally. 
value: 5 out of 5
design: 5 out of 5
quality: 5 out of 5
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UM....no!

1 out of 5 stars
Would not recommend
Veroniko - 2 years ago
Yikes - 3 hours later....SO much fun getting the super glue stickers off the glass and the packaging needing a screwdriver to open. Have a cocktail or a great sense of humor if you buy this!
design: 1 out of 5
value: 1 out of 5
quality: 1 out of 5
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Confusing at first but here's some tips for success...

4 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Lady Tetris - 2 years ago
***To safely remove glass without breaking: gently pull apart at center of long sides of the frame with front of frame facing you, gently shake loose, and catch the back piece of glass with fingers not being used to pull apart the sides. You could also catch the back piece of glass on the table with a towel for safe landing. Keep frame close to table while working.*** I really like the versatility of the frame for number, direction, and placement of pictures. There’s really nothing like it in terms of design. The most frustrating part was keeping the glass clean while working with it. I used Goo Gone to get the tape from the sample pictures off. Then Windex to clean to Goo Gone off. I did not tape my pictures but was careful to place exactly where I wanted them. The tight fitting back piece of glass holds the pictures in place nicely. I can be a perfectionist and ended up placing and replacing my photos four times because a random pet hair would somehow make it between the glass panes. But in doing that I got really good at removing and replacing the glass, hence the tip to hopefully help others find success versus frustration with this product.
design: 5 out of 5
value: 4 out of 5
quality: 4 out of 5
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Not worth it

1 out of 5 stars
Would not recommend
Emily - 2 years ago, Verified purchaser
I could not get the glass off the back of the frame. I bought 3 of these frames and all of them were the same way. So disappointed. Returned all 3
quality: 1 out of 5
value: 1 out of 5
design: 1 out of 5
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Worked as expected and rustic.

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Candice - 2 years ago
I had no problems removing the glass or the manufacturer's pictures from the glass. Yes it is a floating picture frame which I like for a minimalist rustic look. it has held together well and I look forward to getting the other matching frames for a wall of them.
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came apart within a few months

2 out of 5 stars
LC - 2 years ago, Verified purchaser
The frame looked fine on the wall for a couple of months, then one day the metal inner edge for no reason at all popped off of the frame and fell to the floor. I had to buy super glue to put it back together, but in the process I accidentally got the glue all, so now I have a sad looking frame, after spending money both on the frame and the glue. Wish it hadn't come apart.
design: 5 out of 5
quality: 1 out of 5
value: 2 out of 5
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Not worth the money

1 out of 5 stars
CCM - 2 years ago
I bought this as a gift and the first problem was trying to get the glass backing off. I managed that, thankfully. The biggest problem was putting the glass back in. The glass broke and now I have to return it and get another frame. Really disappointed!
design: 1 out of 5
quality: 1 out of 5
value: 1 out of 5
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