Our Custom Framing Design Team are not only excellent framers, they are all artists or designers skilled at selecting just the right combinations to make your art come to life!
Float frames are fantastic for setting off paintings on canvas or wood. They can be very simple or can sometimes be stacked with other frames for a truly customized look.
Below are some examples of Float Frames. Click on any image to see it larger.
Fillets and Linen Liners are sometimes confused with standard frames but they are actually accent mouldings used to set off artwork or add a decorative element. Fillets are placed inside the framing or matting to add color or decoration.
Linen liners are typically used on canvas pieces in place of matting to set off artwork or give it more size.
Please see the examples below. Click on any image to see it larger.
Matting can bring out colors in an artwork, add interesting textures or shapes and increase the size of the overall piece. But matting does more than look pretty. It helps to protect your artwork as well. It absorbs toxins and keeps the art from touching the glass and any moisture that may collect there. Talk with your framing designer about creative matting options for your artwork.
See some examples below. Click on any image to see it larger.
If you want to frame 3d items you need a shadow box. Shadow boxes are great for sports memorabilia, antiques, cherished treasures and more!
Check out some ideas below. Click on any image to see it larger.
We can stretch your painting on canvas for you. We have two options. A Gallery Stretch which is when the canvas is placed on thick bars and intended to be hung with no frame or a float frame. And a Standard Stretch where you canvas is stretched on thinner bars and intended to be placed in a frame.
Here are some examples below. Click on any image to make it larger.