Other than constantly peering through a kaleidoscope, hanging up artwork is the easiest way to give your home a new look. Dress up bare walls with this Groupon.
$20 for $40 Worth of Custom Framing, Ready-Made Frames, and Framing Supplies
Cheap Pete's inventory of ready-made frames includes concert-poster frames ($21.96+), painted wood frames with archival matting ($16.96+), and square or rectangular photo frames ($7.96+). The stock of framing supplies includes cut-to-fit or precut mats and wall hooks, and the custom-framing gives customers the choice of more than 300 styles of mouldings, five types of glass, and mat colors.
Over the past 25 years, Cheap Pete’s framers have honed their technique to a science, creating high-quality framing for any type of artwork, document, or object. Four Bay Area locations stock a huge selection of ready-made frames, including environmentally friendly options crafted from sustainably harvested pine or bamboo. Collage frames display a multitude of photos, showcasing favorite family memories or charting the development of a tiny infant into an adult-size infant. Customers can also create DIY frames with a large selection of framing tools and supplies.
Cheap Pete’s custom-framing services give customers the choice of more than 300 styles of mouldings, five types of glass, and a rainbow of mat colors. Shadowboxes display three-dimensional objects such as sports jerseys, matchbox cars, or exhibitionistic human beings. The shop also stretches canvases onto canvas bars, readying them to be hung at home or on the walls of a gallery.
Very good selection and reasonable prices. The staff is very friendly and helpful.Jeff H., Yelp, 11/17/12
10/10 customer service. Not only when I went in-store, but I just got off the phone with a guy who helped me figure out the best way to hang the frameTyler H., Yelp, 5/31/12
95% of 1,144 customers recommend
“Friendly employees, great selection, fair prices”
“You have to use up the $40 all at the same time so you probably will end up buying more than you intended.”
“Ask for help, they are super nice.”