• Acrylic/ Plexiglas Box

    The acrylic box frame is clear on the front face and all four sides. The back panel is typically made of wood, which we can wrap with fabric, matboard, or a custom-printed design for a backing which compliments the object being framed. Depending on the shape of the object, the box can be rotated to become a tabletop display case.

  • Floater Frame

    The floater frame is a good option for framing a canvas without covering the edges, or for creating a much slimmer border than most traditional frames. The L-shaped frame attaches to the back of the stretcher bars, leaving the entire front edge exposed. The frame is usually built 1/2" larger than the artwork, leaving a 1/4" channel between the art and the frame on all four sides.

  • Shadowbox

    The shadowbox frame is often considered to be a display case or diorama frame. Much like the acrylic box frame, the shadowbox is very deep to accommodate three-dimensional artwork and objects. Unlike the acrylic box, the shadowbox still gives you the presentation of a frame, with solid sides painted to match your frame choice.

  • Stacked Frames

    Sometimes your artwork requires a larger, more complex style of frame than what is available. In those cases, you can use multiple frames! Simply choose an inner frame to fit your artwork, then choose a complementary frame to fit around the inner frame.

  • Ready-made Frames

    Simply put, these are the frames you can buy right off the shelf. Many of our ready-made manufacturers also make the moulding for our custom frames, so we know that they are among the highest-quality prefabricated frames available.

    We also make our own line of ready-made frames from a selection of our most popular moulding styles. Search our ready-made frame section for our "Waban Collection" frames!

  • Double-glass/ double-sided frames

    A double-glass frame has glass on the front and back instead of using a traditional foam or matboard backing. The result is that you can see both sides of the artwork without opening the frame. This is especially useful for letters & postcards, double-sided documents, or if you just want to be able to see all the way through the frame. Since we expect the back of this type of frame to be seen on a regular basis, we pay extra attention to making it look as tidy and finished as the front.