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Ketubahs

Ketubahs
Weddings are some of the most memorable moments in our lives, so why not take the time to do an original framing that will reflect these wonderful times? These are two examples of Ketubahs that are beautifully framed. The first one, with the gold frame, is simple yet elegant moving the viewers attention to the details within the artwork outlining the ketubah. This particular piece would look very nice arranged on a wall with other pictures from the wedding complimenting the ketubah. The second ketubah would look very nice above a mantle piece as the center of attention in a room. This frame ha...
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Even the Littlest memories can be framed

Even the Littlest memories can be framed
The Frame Studio custom frames so many different subjects, but this most recent project will certainly be hanging for generations to see. This framing project was of a newborn just a few weeks old, and the picture conveys how small and delicate she is. But, what makes this piece stand apart from other newborn pictures is the dress that is in the shadow box frame below the picture of her. When I look at this complete piece seeing the dress and the picture complimented by the suede matting, makes me realize just how tiny and young this baby girl is. This piece will not only be a hit now but when...
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Little Framers

Little Framers
As you know, Christmas is just a few days away!  Here at the Frame Studio our little elves have been very busy working to make sure everyone has their gifts for the holidays. With a portrait studio and a fine custom frame shop side by side, our clients enjoy being able to complete their projects from start to finish without having to decide where to shop. Sabrina, a portrait client, has been wanting her family portrait on her mantel for a very long time. She had a fantastic time laughing and playing with her entire family during their photo session. [gallery link="file"] Not only did her...
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Today Is A Gift, Remember It

"Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift - that is why we call it the present." I heard this quote for the first time in a long time this weekend, and it always makes me stop and think of how quickly we fly through life rushing from one thing to the next without taking the time to appreciate the little things that make every day special. At The Frame Studio we are truly lucky to be reminded of this on a regular basis when our clients bring in items with special meaning to have them framed. We have created custom frames for some really meaningful items - the first online...
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Interesting and unique frames for fine art

Do you have an interesting piece of art and are not sure how to frame it? Fine custom frames come in every shape, size, and material imaginable. Here at The Frame Studio, you can be sure to find that one frame that makes your art work stand out. We wanted to find a special frame to showcase this unique piece of art, a drawing done by Ecuadorian artist, Guayasamín. The client loved the edginess of this corrugated metal frame by Laville.  Laville frames are all reclaimed, recycled, and restored materials from New Orleans, Louisiana.
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Amelia finally got a frame

Amelia finally got a frame
After years of living in a card board tube...  The Rubino's brought in this piece that was made 5 years ago for daughter Amelia.  They hesitated with concern at first over this Jonathan Adler Lime Bamboo frame, but after getting it home and hanging it, they have reported that the whole family LOVE'S IT!  Even mom.  Right Milissa? Framing by The Frame Studio Fort Lauderdale, FL 33305
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Triple threat

A hand tinted family portrait, Roma's Olivebury hand finished frame, and Museum glass... (I think the guy holding it up is pretty cute too.) Tammy and Chuck O'Connel have been our portrait clients three times since these boys were babies.  This piece starts with Roma's Sussex collection 4 5/8" Olivebury.  Bela used archive quality mating, with matching fillet, and museum glass.  This was not just a picture frame.  It was really something. (more…)
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