Whisky Frames

Scottish Charm

When Whisky Frames Makers Kristen and Ross Hunter were on the lookout for distinctive picture frames, they ended up—like so many Makers do—crafting their own. The foundation of the frames is a particularly unique one. The Hunters reclaim whisky barrels from distilleries and cooperages across Scotland, where they live, and refashion them into one-of-a-kind ways to display special memories. Rich wood is accented with original steel bands while copper screws hold a photo in place against a background of traditional Harris Tweed that is spun, dyed, and woven by hand in the Outer Hebrides. The result of maintaining all that original character is a frame that’s also a slice of Scottish history. Trace one back to its barrel beginnings using the Hunter’s Frame Origin Archive online tool.

Whisky Frames

Reclaimed Scottish Whisky Barrel Frames

Scottish Charm

When Whisky Frames Makers Kristen and Ross Hunter were on the lookout for distinctive picture frames, they ended up—like so many Makers do—crafting their own. The foundation of the frames is a particularly unique one. The Hunters reclaim whisky barrels from distilleries and cooperages across Scotland, where they live, and refashion them into one-of-a-kind ways to display special memories. Rich wood is accented with original steel bands while copper screws hold a photo in place against a background of traditional Harris Tweed that is spun, dyed, and woven by hand in the Outer Hebrides. The result of maintaining all that original character is a frame that’s also a slice of Scottish history. Trace one back to its barrel beginnings using the Hunter’s Frame Origin Archive online tool.
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Quick Questions

How do you insert the photo?

The frames are front loading, so simply unscrew the screws in the front and then replace the acrylic. Be careful not to tighten the screws too much, otherwise you can risk cracking.

My frame is not showing up in the archive, why?

The Maker updates the archive on a regular basis. Please check back or use their contact form and they'll happily look it up for you.

Learn more about the product

Reclaimed Scottish Whisky Barrel Frame see details

Whisky Frames

Reclaimed Scottish Whisky Barrel Frames

Scottish Charm

When Whisky Frames Makers Kristen and Ross Hunter were on the lookout for distinctive picture frames, they ended up—like so many Makers do—crafting their own. The foundation of the frames is a particularly unique one. The Hunters reclaim whisky barrels from distilleries and cooperages across Scotland, where they live, and refashion them into one-of-a-kind ways to display special memories.

Rich wood is accented with original steel bands while copper screws hold a photo in place against a background of traditional Harris Tweed that is spun, dyed, and woven by hand in the Outer Hebrides. The result of maintaining all that original character is a frame that’s also a slice of Scottish history. Trace one back to its barrel beginnings using the Hunter’s Frame Origin Archive online tool.
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Quick Questions

How do you insert the photo?

The frames are front loading, so simply unscrew the screws in the front and then replace the acrylic. Be careful not to tighten the screws too much, otherwise you can risk cracking.

My frame is not showing up in the archive, why?

The Maker updates the archive on a regular basis. Please check back or use their contact form and they'll happily look it up for you.

Learn more about the product

Reclaimed Scottish Whisky Barrel Frame see details