What You'll Get
It is through art and art only that we can realize our perfection, and through frames and frames only that we can shield our art from the sordid perils of actual existence. Today's Groupon frames and supplies your art in fine form. For $40, you get $100 worth of custom framing and tabletop frames at The Beveled Edge.
Specializing in all types of custom framing—including shadowboxing, canvas stretching, and museum standard—The Beveled Edge has been providing customers with picture-pairing frames and quality service since 1983. A creative and experienced staff provides personalized attention to each and every project while offering the latest in custom frame-moulding options and helping customers navigate 4,400 square feet of impressive inventory. Customers can choose to frame everything from vacation photos to life-changing grilled-cheese sandwiches with selections such as silver baby panel frames ($100–$150), single-mat 18x24 black frames ($100–$150), and poster-size frames ($100–$150). Additionally, tabletop photo frames ($35–$110) offer an affordable option, while custom French memo boards (approximately $1,000) and finished-corner corrugated-tin frames (approximately $500) will beautify even a bullet-riddled Jolly Roger. The Beveled Edge's team of magical-elf framers will work all through the night to make it happen as quickly as possible.
Displaying an exquisite painting without a decent frame is like break dancing without pants on: the art is lost to the awfulness of the display. Diego Velásquez's complex and enigmatic Las Meninas went unnoticed for centuries because its frame was tastelessly adorned with scimitars, semi-precious gems, and a chrome skull that fired lasers from its eyes at anyone who got too close. Today’s Groupon to The Beveled Edge helps your significant simulacrum avoid this fate by buttressing it with a stylish zest.
- The shop began as a custom framing and diy shop but has evolved into a thriving gift shop that offers fine home accessories, eclectic gifts and novelty items. – Susan Dickenson, Home Accents Today
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 1, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. May buy multiples as gifts. No cash back. Must redeem in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.