Examples of Our Picture Framing Work
We take picture framing seriously; we are passionate about providing a full range of Picture Framing services to professional standards at a fair price backed by top quality customer service.
What ever it is you are interested in having framed, our professional picture framers have the experience and skills to frame it to a very high standard indeed.
We are more than happy to undertake work which other framers may not want, such as over-sized items or complex framing jobs.
If you require a non-obligation quotation or wish to discuss any framing requirements, please call us on 01246 554338 and ask to speak to one of our picture framers who would be more than happy to help.
Below are just a few examples of the different types of picture framing work we have undertaken. Within each of the categories below, we show many examples of that type of framing. Please take the time to browse through the work we have completed.
If you have any questions at all regarding custom picture framing, please call us!
If you are considering having an item framed, you will be offered a choice as to the level of protection you want for the item you are framing as well as options as to how to present it within a frame.
Our picture framers are trained to offer guidance as to the standard of framing you should consider for an item.
Of course aesthetics and making the item look as good as possible is the key part of framing, and we can advise on the choice of frame and mount, but consideration should also be given to the level of protection the item deserves. We work to the following professional standards, Budget , Minimum , Commended , Conservation and Museum
The difference between the standards is basically quality of materials and methods. Often there is only a moderate difference in cost, for example framing an item to a commended level will offer a good level of protection for a relatively small cost over budget standard.
What do we mean by protection? It covers aspects such protecting the item from acids, condensation and damaging UV light.