Whether you're an artist or just someone who appreciates art, Frame Warehouse in Oak Park is the perfect museum choice for you.
While you're enjoying this museum, be sure to check out their amazing restaurant for a tasty meal.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
If public transportation is preferable, ditch the car and board nearby stops at Austin-Blue (Blue) and Oak Park-Blue (Blue).
Get to where you're going faster with a bike from Excel Screen Printing and Embroidery, and beat Schiller Park rush hour five days a week.
Pick up a breathtaking piece of handcrafted artwork at this store.
Excel Screen Printing and Embroidery is located near a variety of parking options, making your selection a quick and easy one.
It's time to go out and explore the world on a new set of wheels. Come check out the great selection of bikes at Excel Screen Printing and Embroidery today.
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.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We work with your budget and meet the customer on every level. Our motto is quality, service and cost. Also, we'll beat any price quote, when you bring in other competitors quote. Our goal is to save you time and turn arounds. Framer has over 20 yrs. expc. We also, love pets they are welcome here.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
We like to give great discounts and having a satisfied customer is on of our goals. We would like to share the stories that we've experienced over 35 yrs. of service to the Chicago Land and other states, that we had the privilege to serve. It is a honor to be a part of helping others achieve & save.
What do you love most about your job?
Pleasing a customer and watching their face light up; when they have seen the finished product of the frames they have selected; with their art. It feel really great to know that your in the business not for gain, but to help someone get framing at a low cost and still have enough money for lunch.
What is the best reaction you've ever gotten from a customer?
Wow ! You really hit it right on the mark. This is fabulous, this is Amazing.
A small, contemporary frame shop nestled in the West Loop, CMM Framing strives to offer custom framing solutions for clients ranging from artists and designers to galleries and corporate customers. The shop's framing experts each boast several years of experience and prefer to personally oversee and control the quality of individual projects from beginning to end. With hundreds of frame and mat samples on hand, they cater to individual tastes with custom creations, all the while preserving flat mementos—such as drawings, paintings, or trophies that were accidentally dropped in front of a steamroller—within 99% acid-free archival materials. Customers can browse an online gallery of past products to gain ideas, catching glimpses of eye-popping Peter Max–esque prints expertly framed against dark, glossy wood or understated crème-colored backgrounds.