Welcome to our custom frame shop.
Matt Jr. is a graduate of the 2002 Larson-Juhl frame Custom Framers Training Center. During this 3 week course, he was taught basic framing design principles, the proper method for conservation framing, and how to properly teach the customer correct framing choices. My goal is to teach the customer about what custom framing is, and assist them in making the choices they will be happy with for a lifetime. We use conservation quality materials, from foam board to mat board, to glass. This dedication to quality materials means that when you have something framed, it isn't just hanging on the wall, it is being given a proper home for generations to come.
Pricing and Options
Given the truly unique and customized nature of custom framing, giving accurate quotes must be done in-store using the actual piece to be framed. Instead of using gimmick 50% off sales, we offer truly competitive prices with unmatched dedication to quality and service after the sale for as long as your piece hangs on your wall. We have framed signed drum heads, sports jerseys, commemorative hats and T-shirts, sports memorabilia, vinyl albums, and even action figures to name just a few. Use your imagination. If you can think it, we can probably frame it!
Classic to modern, all of our frames are top quality, high grade wood. No plastic, and definitely no MDF or composite material. We work with a frame supplier from Pittsburgh in order to offer good quality at an affordable price. Choices vary from black, to light, to gold, or contemporary to classic in order to match your unique tastes and décor.
Metal frames offer our customers an exciting and vibrant way to showcase their images or artwork. Some newer profiles emulate hammered metals and other classical elements for a traditional look with a modern twist. Movie posters and framed puzzles with bright colors look particularly stunning in these types of frames.
Art box framing is a great and often less expensive alternative to traditional custom framing. This form of framing omits the need for mat board, glass, and other traditional elements found in a traditional framed piece. This method also allows for much larger artwork that is bound by limits of size such as mat board or framing glass. The image is adhered to the box and an edge is built, making the entire piece a new piece of unique artwork that hangs flush on the wall. Different accent colors are available for your own unique style or to match your own décor.