Frames keep paintings safe, call attention to composition, and prevent revisionist painters from extending their canvas onto your living room walls. Keep pictures tastefully restrained with today’s Groupon to Frame Avenue in Bethesda. Choose between the following options:
For $60, you get $160 worth of custom framing.
For $89, you get a poster package (a $195 value), which includes:
- One poster up to 30"x40"
- 1" black or white wood frame
- Clear glass
- Mounting accessories
- Hanging wire
The professional art enhancers at Frame Avenue bring out the best of any picture, poster, or painting using acid-free matting, conservation glass, and a vast selection of frames. Bring in a mat-less masterpiece, certificate, or prized sports jersey and work one-on-one with Frame Avenue's designers, who frame all artwork in store before art bandits can steal it for decorating their canyon hideouts. Pricing for framing services starts at $150, with a typical 16"x20" framing job running around $200.
For homeowners still in need of something to blanket their bare walls, the poster package grants a choice of any print measuring up to 30"x40", to be ensconced within the snug hug of protective clear glass and a 1" black or white wood frame. Frame Avenue's friendly staffers also send new poster parents home with a care package of mounting accessories and hanging wire, allowing them to showcase their pieces without relying on superglue, scotch tape, or the kindness of honeybees.
Frame Avenue’s owners and artisan frame makers do all their mat cutting, designing, and framing on-site. This way, they oversee the entire process, working hand-in-hand with clients to immortalize artwork and photographs, protect cherished keepsakes, and brighten up bare walls. They begin each project with a professional consultation, maybe leading clients to walls covered in hundreds of mouldings, or perhaps strolling with them down Frame Avenue to show off handmade frames and spark ideas. Once clients have given them a mental blueprint, the craftsmen get to work. They assemble frames with high-quality materials such as conservation glass and acid-free matting, accenting jerseys, concert tickets, posters, paintings, or a napkin autographed by the Queen.
4919 Cordell Ave.
Bethesda, Maryland 20814