Custom framing is the hottest and best way to preserve your special memories and items. From a wedding bouquet to a christening gown to a family bible, Georgian Gallery Custom Framing can design a frame that will work in your décor and not be duplicated anywhere.
Master framer, Keith Sweat, has been framing for 40+ years. Combine this experience with his training in interior design and event decorating, you will receive the most unique looks for your walls and shelves.
Georgian Gallery only uses ph-nuetral papers in all the matting choices and backing boards.
Also, 99% UV-filtered glass is the default level of glazing materials to protect your precious keepsakes.
When considering a shadowbox for the special athlete or military person in your life, no one can present that special jersey or flag and medals better. Keith’s attention to design while “telling your story” within the shadowbox is amazing. He will work with you identifying what is the most important dynamics for your framing and help you achieve your goals at a price that you are comfortable. He always says, “I know custom framing can be expensive. Let’s find a look we are comfortable with first then we will make the price right for your wallet.”
Frame design encompasses so much more than simply putting a frame around your picture. The size, color, texture, and style all work together to enhance your artwork, while simultaneously complementing your unique personality and style. But the quality of the materials used will work to ensure that you will be enjoying your art for many years to come.
With the right matting and frame, the framing package can become a work of art in and of itself.
However, care should be taken that the design does not overpower the art by drawing too much attention to itself. Some may mistakenly take this to mean that the frame should always be small, or simple, or that the mat should only be a small border in some neutral tone. Not true. By taking into consideration the color, size, style, and visual texture of your artwork, the frame design will become part of the art, enhancing the piece as a whole.
While you should certainly consider your room’s décor, care should be taken to avoid matching the framing to the room at the expense of what looks good with the art. Tastes and styles change, and what looks great with that red room today, may not look so good when the room is redone in shades of yellow. A good frame design should look at home in virtually any room in the house, and attention to this detail will ensure that the art will work with your future décor as well.
DESIGN. TECHNIQUE. STYLE. When you bring any of your picture framing needs to Georgian Gallery Custom Framing you receive much more than you would at a big box store framing department. You receive the personalized service of an old fashion shop combined with the expertise of a designer and framer with over 30 years experience. Your items are handled within in our store with all work being done on-site. TRUSTWORTHY. EXPERIENCE. CRAFTSMANSHIP.