As you know, all month long we’re talking about something that is near and dear to my heart - organization! Next up on our “think outside the frame” discussions are trinkets or tiny collectibles.
All month long we’re talking about ways to “think outside the frame” and use custom framing to get you organized. This next example is perfect for the collector and just happens to be one of my favourites!
As the capabilities of technology have grown so have our abilities as custom framers and we’re loving it! We’ll tell you what we mean on today’s blog as we discuss The Group of 3 Project.
We’ve given you a little preview of The Mad Magazine Project and today we’re going over all the details on the blog for this collectible magazine turned art!
There is never a dull moment in the world of custom design. The Awards Project forced us to push our imaginations to get just the right fit for our client satisfying need, want and of course…delivering a final product that was completely ‘wow’!
With 2018 coming to an end our hearts are full of gratitude as we look back on all the projects that we were privileged enough to be a part of. We can truthfully say that we love each and every one of them! The clients and stories that came through our shoppes inspired us, and moved us, and we are forever thankful. Here’s a look back on three amazing projects from this year.
There are countless tiny details that a custom framer considers to bring a project to the next level. These details make the end result feel polished and really help achieve that ‘wow’ moment for our clients.
We serve all sorts of clients and work on many different projects for all kinds of needs, but there is one design request that keeps coming up…
It’s no secret that I’m an antique fanatic so when clients bring their vintage finds to our shoppes I’m over the moon! I appreciate the warmth and character that these pieces bring to a space and wanted to show you some of my favourites!
Being a custom picture frame company, we are presented with unique requests that challenge us! This amazing portfolio-styled art piece, purchased at a museum, needed to have both the cover and inside of the triptych visible, while maintaining the integrity of the piece. Let’s get to work!