"The distressed black frame is pretty sturdy, fairly well balanced and nice to look at. You put pictures in by: sliding a recessed thin piece of wood vertically, allowing access to the picture glass, sliding out the thin glass and then placing two pictures between the glass and replacing all parts. One piece of wood slid up vertically easily, and the other took a bit of effort. The distressing on the frame is too predictible or not random enough, so it does not look authentically distressed. The first thing my 3 year old did when he saw this frame was to begin spinning the picture frames around and around wildly. I plan put this out of his reach for a few years. I would also not put this in an area where people might bump the table it is on because it might fall over. If you are bothered by crooked pictures or sight lines that don't match or aren't level I would not recommend this item. The rotating pictures are not installed to the exact same height, they are not level with each other and are not level themselves. So you have a well-squared outside rectangular frame with crooked pictures inside."
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