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Often times when we think about a frame, we think of its function rather than its form.

Strong and sturdy or minimalist and delicate, the frame of a picture is meant to not only be a means of securing a piece of art, it is meant to complement the art itself. Fortunately, our variety and selection of custom framing options can accentuate any color, composition and style of artwork for centuries to come.

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Types of Frames

  • Standard Gallery Frames with Mat
  • Floater Frames
  • Shadowbox Frames
  • Raised Island Float Frame

Standard Gallery Frames with Mat

Create an impact with a standard frame and mat combination. Our custom-built, wood frames are created in-house for a one-of-a-kind custom fit. Choose from a variety of finishes to accentuate the light, color and style of your image. With many options available, you are only limited by your imagination. Our non-acidic, light resistant museum mats are free from wood fibers and are produced with a beveled edge.

Floater Frames

Floater frames are ideal for acrylic glass, canvas and metal prints. With a high-end, contemporary look, floater frames leave a small gap between the picture and the edge of the frame. This floating effect makes the artwork leap out of the frame for a dramatic finish. Let us help you select a floater frame that matches the feeling of your print, photograph or other art piece. Floater frames are also ideal for canvas artwork that has seen better days by protecting the edges without further damaging the piece.

Shadowbox Frames

Looking for more depth in your final framed photograph or giclee print? Shadowbox frames are a bold design choice that turn artwork into a statement piece. While typically associated with displaying memorabilia that does not fit in traditional frames, shadowbox frames are ideal for displaying artwork as well. These custom-fitted frames under UV resistant acrylic glass are available in a variety of profiles with a broad spectrum of colors and finishes. Best of all, shadowbox frames do not limit you to the traditional standard frames and mat combination.

Raised Island Float Frame

One of the most popular ways to frame art in a shadowbox is using the raised island float frame method. The photograph (or print or Giclee) is mounted directly to mounting board designed to appear as though the artwork is “floating” inside of the frame. This is especially helpful when the edges of the print must not be covered by a mat board or frame rabbet. Our artisans mount your art to acid free, lignin free mounting board. This board is then mounted to a secondary mounting board, cut larger than your artwork, making it appear to float not just within the frame edges, but within the depth of the frame itself.

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