Sung Wook Park
(19 reviews)
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This natural finish Paulownia wood frame mixed with its adjustable cord makes the CORDA PHOTO DISPLAY a modern and trendy hanging wall frame choice.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews
  • 5.0

    Jesselle Legaspi

    2018 Sep 28th

    Beautiful frame

    Great frame to add to the wall. Designed beautifully and adds a special touch to the wall of photos. The simple design is unique and made well. Would definitely buy again

  • 5.0

    E. Krogen

    2018 Aug 25th

    Cool and shiek

    Very cool frame, well built, looks very modern

  • 5.0


    2018 May 7th

    Five Stars

    Super cool frame. Well-built.

  • 5.0


    2018 Apr 17th

    Five Stars

    These are perfect!!!

  • 5.0


    2018 Mar 31st


    I bought this to display a 1930 paint chip brochure. It has enough style to highlight it but nothing to outshine the ad. Very unique and I would buy again.

  • 4.0

    Jenna Carpenter

    2018 Mar 20th

    Four Stars

    Love it - but it is a bit larger than 11x14.

  • 4.0

    Leslie D.

    2018 Feb 16th

    Four Stars

    A cute and fun way to hang your favorite photo.

  • 5.0


    2018 Jan 11th


    I’m using them for 11x14” prints because that’s what I have and they look great even though the floating aspect isn’t a feature.

  • 5.0


    2017 Oct 31st

    Great way to collage multiple pictures!

    We ordered 3 of these and they are all great! Used them to showcase multiple pictures of various sizes (the most we fit into 1 frame was 9), and have received many compliments. Good quality, easy to hang both vertically or horizontally, and nice looking on both colored and white walls. Did have a little trouble getting the packaging adhesive off the glass, but a little warm water, cooking oil, and gentle kitchen sponge scrubbing did the trick.

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