$55 for $100 Worth of Custom Framing at Foursided's Lakeview Location

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In a Nutshell

Self-described “frame nerds” decorate works of art with recycled frames, shadow boxes, and conservation framing

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Expires 60 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person. Valid in-store only. Not valid for sale items, gifts, repairs, ready made frames, or vintage frames. Valid only at 2939 N. Broadway location. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Both a framed work of art and a finicky antique cannon add a lot of personality to a living room at the simple expense of a few holes in the wall. Maximize aesthetics while minimizing structural damage with this Groupon.

$55 for $100 Worth of Custom Framing

Customers can have paintings, photographs, or other works of art framed with a basic metal frame for under $100 ($34 for 11”x14”; $46 for 16”x20”; $78 for 24”x36”; and $93 for 32”x40”). Other custom framing options include recycled frames, shadow boxes, and conservation framing with nonglare glass and acid-free mats.

Foursided

The creative team of framers and decorators at Foursided stocks stacks of creative greeting cards and paraphernalia. The self-described "frame nerds" do more than cultivate a collection of stationery by planting paper seeds in nearby printing presses; they also place prints and objects into frames and furnish homes with original pieces by a handful of favored artists. Staffers also buy and sell vintage flash cards, puzzle pieces, and letter tiles harvested from a variety of objects.

Owner Todd Mack has worked in framing for 20 years, and he draws on his vast experience when custom mounting a broad spectrum of pieces. Vintage and recycled frames, archival framing, and shadow boxes are a few of the options available. Mack's interest in shadow boxes makes perfect sense to visitors who take a look at his own art, which assembles found photos and objects in forms that aren't always 2-D.

On HGTV's Urban Oasis, interior designer Vern Yip ornamented a luxury apartment with prints gathered from Foursided's expansive collection. In that collection, colorful shelves of letter blocks, maps, corks, baby-doll heads, and harmonicas turn personal, nostalgic objects into stylish new decorations. Candles, jewelry, and books round out the gift selections.