One should always select archival quality paper and board to best preserve whatever is being framed. After all, there's a reason it was framed in the first place.
The right materials will not only be aesthetically pleasing, but will also keep your work safe for years to come. They should acid-free and buffered with calcium carbonate to neutralize any potential environmental acids. The use of 100% cotton museum board provides matchless quality and purity which will survive the test of time.
Our most popular paper for matting and framing is Rising Museum Board. It's made to the strictest of standards and has been approved by the Library of Congress and exceed the matboard standards set by the Fine Art Trade Guild. It cuts extremely well, making for an ultra-sharp and clean bevel.
Many of the papers listed below are used regularly by the museums, collectors and framers the world over. Your art deserves the highest quality matting and mounting materials made today, choose your papers wisely.