This silk scarf from the Metropolitan Museum is stitched down onto a foam core, matted with a silk mat, and framed with a New West celery green distressed frame.
This Kilkenny Castle print is double matted and framed with a Larson Thornhill Espresso Linen frame.
This photograph of Central Park is triple matted and framed with a Larson black ribbed frame.
This canvas print mounted on panel is finished with a New West floater frame.
The records are sink matted and framed with a Larson-Nielsen two color metal frame.
This watercolor is complimented by two black beveled mats and a New West frame.
The cards are float mounted on top of the mat and framed with New West frame.
This Charles M. Capps etching depicts a K-State building. It was only natural that we accented the design with a bit of purple.
Antique Romanian Cross Stitch with Larson-Juhl frame.
We framed a three page article featuring our very own Tyler Quintin.
This shadow box features family heirlooms, now preserved for lifetimes.
This shadow box includes three generations of wedding mementos.
This piece includes a matching molding/fillet combo with a textured mat.
Our mat cutter can carve any designs for a very unique look.
We framed this stained glass window with a compartment in the back for lighting.
We always want our frames to be complimentary to piece we’re framing. With this piece, our frame is reminiscent of a horseshoe.
The design on this frame matches perfectly with the design on the certificate.
This artwork was turned into a unique, one-of-a-kind serving tray
Our head framer always chooses materials that bring out the colors of the piece being framed and this Larson-Juhl frame is no exception.