Custom made by us. Framed by you.
We opened our shop with one plan: make quality custom frames and stretchers with same amount of care and soul that the awesome artist put into the piece itself. Whether you’re a casual collector, a passionate painter, a distinguished gallery, or looking for a unique gift, the Frames and Stretchers team will give your project plenty of love and years of expertise. From the blank canvas to installation, our team’s touches will bring your pieces to the next level.
And don’t ever worry about shipping — we’ve included that complimentary!
WE MADE IT SIMPLE FOR YOU:
STEP 1: Measure the longest side of your artwork.
STEP 2: Choose your frame and add it to your cart (round up when selecting the size).
STEP 3: Check out (don’t forget to write in your exact dimensions). Download the easy DIY assembly instructions.
STEP 4: Relax and wait for your perfect custom frame to arrive — and assemble!
Want even more customization? Prefer your piece matted with glass or fully assembled upon delivery? Have a show coming up or a deadline to meet? We’ll have it all done with time to spare.
Call or visit our LES HQ for a free quote!
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