Harold’s Frame Shop – Custom Framing

Custom Framing

_MG_3240Complete the look of your photos, posters and artwork by having them custom framed. Framing is a great way to protect and display your precious memories.

Custom framing allows you the versatility to coordinate with any interior décor. Our framing specialists will help you select the perfect frame moulding and mat combinations from our large & unique selection.

Each Harold’s store has a display with the available frame styles and colors. Custom framing allows you an almost unlimited choice of frames and mats and can be cut to fit any print size.

 

 

 

 

Frame Collections

Why use a frame collection?

Harold’s Photo Experts have created several framed collections to suit everyone’s tastes and budget. You can choose the moulding, mat color and layout that best fits your home. Get started today and let it grow for years to come – just keep adding! Find these options at www.haroldsphoto.com

  • Hampton Series

This collection of quality wood frames contains bevel cut, acid-free archival mats. Choose from black, white or expresso frames.

  • Metropolitan Series

This contemporary collection uses premium, thick black wood frames. Each piece contains a bevel cut, acid-free archival mats in white, grey or black.

  • Bay Series

Whether you’re looking for fun and colorful frame options or traditional wood grain styles, the Bay Series offers a variety of frames that will compliment your photos beautifully!

 

Need some ideas for hanging your framed prints?

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Place larger frames in the center to establish a focal point. Surround the frames with smaller frames to a gallery-style effect.

 

 

 

 

 

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Hang large focal frames in the center and accent them with smaller frames that cascade down at each side. This is a good presentation for office desks and single bookcases.

 

 

 

 

 

Stop by one of our 4 locations with any questions and to see our selection. Find out more about Custom Framing at Harold’s and a behind the scenes look at who and what is behind your framed prints in part 2 of the Harold’s Frame Shop blog!

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