5701 RAINIER AVE S
(Walk-Ins Accepted Based on Availability)
Woman Owned and Operated
We can frame just about anything. From Canvas Stretching to Shadowboxing Memorabilia or Apparel, and just about everything in between. Any component of framing can be purchased individually as well. Just need a mat or a piece of glass? No problem! Just bring in the components you have and we'll make sure everything fits together!
(WE DO NOT SELL READY-MADE OR OFF-THE-SHELF FRAMES)
New Mats, Touch-up and Frame Repair
A Curated Collection of Samples and Product Combinations
Free Local Delivery
in 98118 and Surrounding Areas *size restrictions apply*
WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN COMING IN
Most consultations take anywhere from 10 minutes to an hour, or more if you have multiple pieces. We encourage booking an appointment. You'll want to arrive with any items you'd like included in your framing project. If there is something you'd like us to consider when designing your project, please bring it with you. (If it's furniture or a surrounding area- a photo is just fine.) Our designers are informed and creative, and eager to help with advice or ideas. Consultations are free and no obligation, but we do need to see the work in person as well as to illustrate different techniques and approaches while showcasing our wide selection for you to choose from to provide an estimated cost. Once we've arrived at a style that fits your taste and budget, we proceed with sourcing and assembling the components for your piece. When it's complete we will reach out to you to confirm pick-up arrangements or delivery details.
A collection of designs and projects we're proud of
With more than 20 years in Custom Framing, and a well-rounded fine art education, your artwork and memories are in good hands. Knowledgeable about a variety of archival materials to help your framing project last as long as you do. Happy to design and quote without pressure. Each project should be a collaboration with the client, considering your individual needs and style.
Our design philosophy is motivated toward finding a frame combination that is in harmony with the work of art. If we can make the framing an extension of the piece, giving the illusion that the frame was made for or with the art, we feel we've met our goal.
What's the deal with the spelling of "rabbet?"
I am asked this question quite frequently, and yes, it is intentional. In woodworking terms the rabbet is the recess on the back inside edge of the frame, into which the artwork fits. I imagined it would be a fun and clever play on words.