Styla Mount Replaces RV’s Bare Walls With Frameless Art
June 15, 2010
Filed under Gear Reviews
Styla Mount puts a twist on traditional framed prints and photographs, eliminating the glass, frame and weight. Styla Mount’s in-house, patent pending process mounts customized, gallery quality, decorative prints or personal photo images onto a 1-inch-thick, ultra-lightweight board, which comes in a wide array of sizes. Prints can be mounted with a matte or glossy UV protective laminate as well as a choice of up to 18 color edgings to complement any décor.
The affordable prints or photographs also come with a choice of wall hangers. “We’ve just added Velcro strips as a choice for hangers, which is a perfect, safe and secure, no-holes-in-the-wall way for our mountings to attach to an RV’s wall,” says Kate Harker, owner of Styla Mount.
Styla Mount’s library of “Art to Go” prints spans the spectrum from rustic to contemporary as well as colorful scenic vistas and black-and-white iconic architecture. “We are currently looking at further expanding our “Art to Go” catalog to stay abreast of current trends in an effort to keep our product line fresh and exciting,” says Harker.
Styla Mount also can mount cherished, personal photos so family members travel along when RVs hit the road. “There is no need to pack up Styla Mount’s prints or photographs when it’s time to motor on down the road. We have road-tested our mountings in our own personal RV and were pleased at how securely they stayed on the walls,” says Harker.
About Styla Mount:
Styla Mount LLC is a custom, gallery-quality, affordable mounting option for art and photography prints. Styla Mount services are utilized by professional photographers, retail business owners and RV resorts. Kate Harker and her twin sister Diana started Styla Mount after the sisters moved from Australia and Diana (a professional photographer) could not find affordable mounting for her photography here in the states as she could in Australia. So the sisters developed the patent pending manufacturing process, which launched Styla Mount. For more information on Styla Mount, visit www.stylamount.com.