Your piece will shine!

Custom framing allows you to create a one-of-a-kind presentation for your artwork, print or collectible. There's not just one way to frame something and different methods change the look and feel of it. Together we'll find the perfect solution based on your style, budget and most importantly the design of the item itself. Special care is given to every item being framed and high quality materials are used for long-lasting preservation.

Pricing varies depending on the size, design, materials and method of framing. Please bring in your work for the most accurate quote. Walk-ins are welcome or call to make an appointment. Turn-around time for custom framing is generally 2-3 weeks.

*The shop is located upstairs. Please call ahead if you need assistance in carrying work upstairs–we are more than happy to help!

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Framing Options:

Choose from a wide variety of hand-selected wood moulding, liners and fillets of varying styles, colors, widths and depths. Whether traditional or modern, you'll be sure to find something to fit your style!  All frames are made-to-order.

For those interested in the arts-and-crafts style, we offer handcrafted quarter-sawn oak frames by Roycroft Master Artisan Thomas Pafk and Master Craftsman Jim Cordes.

Mat Cutting & Decoration:

We offer a large selection of archival, ph-neutral mat boards of varying colors and textures. 100% cotton rag mat board is available for conservation framing. We specialize in precision hand-cut mats and detailed design. 

Mounting Methods:

Various archival, temporary or permanent mounting methods are used, including:

Hinged and float mounting;
Photo and document encapsulation;
Needlework, fabric and canvas stretching;
Shadowbox mounting;
Vacuum mount services;
Laminated Plak Mount services for posters and prints


Glass options include: Clear Picture Glass, Conservation Clear Glass, Reflection Control Glass, and Museum Glass. Acrylic glazing is available upon request.  We also offer custom straight-cut and beveled mirrors.


Combining all the elements of the framing process takes time, precision and skill. Fitting involves the assembly of all frame components–moulding, glazing, artwork, backing, and all the proper hardware to fit and hang the finished piece.

Frame Repair:

Minor repairs may include: glass replacement; re-joining frames; filling minor chips, nicks, scratches or holes; adding or replacing hardware for proper hanging.