Art collectors protect their pictures the same way that crime bosses discipline their children—by having them framed. Guard your pictures before they take a fall with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $40 for $100 worth of custom framing
- $40 for $100 on a gift card, a great holiday stocking stuffer
- $99 for $250 worth of custom framing
- $99 for $250 on a gift card
Frames come in a variety of sizes including 5”x7” ($20), 8”x10” ($45), and 9”x12” ($65). Prices apply to ready-made frames or frames crafted from in-stock molding. Gift cards make great holiday stocking stuffers.
Mat About You
Mat About You's framing experts, whose work bedecks the walls of the Ritz Carlton, prepare everything from artwork to sports jerseys for eye-pleasing display. They pop pictures into ready-made frames or craft custom frames from their stock of molding to match patrons’ aesthetic sensibilities. Staffers also nestle keepsakes into 3D shadow boxes, help restore damaged photographs, and tap into museum-quality conservation techniques to preserve historic documents and sports memorabilia, such as the first tennis ball ever repurposed for a game of fetch.
Mat About You also boasts an on-site gallery stocked with potential frame fodder, such as original art, limited edition giclée reproductions, and open-edition prints. Customers can add extra pizzazz to their home decor thanks to the store's boutique collection, which brims with jewelry, furniture, pottery and ceramics, and garden adornments.
100% of 15 customers recommend
“Lovely gallery run by friendly and knowledgeable owners. ”
“Great customer service and very friendly! Took the time to explain all the options I had. ”
“Great experience. Charles, Bernard and Nancy professional and insightful. Gave me ideas for my framing. Work done in a good amount of time. No hidden fees. Easy to...”
“Great experience. Charles, Bernard and Nancy professional and insightful. Gave me ideas for my framing. Work done in a good amount of time. No hidden fees. Easy to get to and gorgeous surroundings in Ellicott City”