Have you run out of space on your wall for hanging your favorite works of art? Is there a special photograph that you want to display? Do you need something for your place of business that shows the world you are a cut above the rest? These are just a few of the reasons why you might need a brass easel stand.
Everyone loves to decorate the house with nice paintings and posters. There are only two problems with hanging them on the wall. One of the problems is that often there is only room for one prominent painting. The other problem is that wall hangings are so common they are easy to overlook. Even a beautiful work of art can look ordinary if it hangs in one place on a wall for too long.
The solution to the problem is an easel stand. Any painting looks far more valuable when you present it on an easel. Depending on the art work, you may want to choose a simple yet elegant brass tripod easel. Some of these are just three unadorned lengths of brass joined at the top. Others can be far more elaborate and may have intricately designed knobs at the apex and base of the stand. For elegance, it is hard to beat brass.
A brass tabletop easel can turn an ordinary table or shelf into a virtual art gallery. Something about an ornate brass tabletop easel stand transforms a family portrait into a testament to the strength of family ties. As a thoughtful wedding gift or graduation present, the happy couple or college graduate will treasure a brass stand for a lifetime.
In a commercial setting brass is a floor standing easel good choice for reception areas and lobbies. You can see brass easel stands in the lobbies of fine hotels and restaurants everywhere. When you want to make a sophisticated statement, brass is the ideal choice.
Often, when an attractive, yet portable easel stand is needed, a lightweight stand with telescoping legs is the perfect solution. In this case, a brass finish gives the look of solid brass but the lightness of aluminum. These stands are perfect for business presentations or as a less expensive alternative to solid brass.
If there are this many style alternatives from just one material, imagine how many other possibilities there are with easels. Where brass is not appropriate, you can use wrought iron, pewter or another metal. If a metallic finish doesn’t suit your taste, try a fine exotic hardwood or decorative enamel finish. Whatever you want, there is and easel stand to suit your own personal sense of style.