Watercolor Frame Advice
For a large watercolor, choose a frame that does it justice. Hand-painted imported frames can add elegance and frames with texture and class add dimension to your watercolor painting. Just remember that the frame should not take away from the piece; so stay simple, but use style. For smaller watercolor art, try a softly tinted, metallic picture frame. It tends to effectively match the diluted, pastel look of a watercolor painting.
A single, neutral mat is often all a watercolor needs. Mat overkill can happen in an instant, different colors and textures taking away from the artwork's delicate nature. If a secondary mat is necessary for a little extra oomph, experiment by doubling the same shade as the top mat. Doubling mats of the same color add depth with little distraction. Finally, consider adding a v-groove for a touch of detail.
Keep the piece away from the window. UV damage is almost certain with watercolor art exposed to the sun, and even specialty glass is not 100%. As far as where your piece should hang watercolors are great for the bedroom. They often have a light, romantic feel. Get creative with the watercolor display and consider hanging a small frame with a silky, decorative ribbon.