Standard Frames

Our standard frames are ideal for awards, certificates and posters.

Turnaround time varies depending on the materials and quantity. We build all of our standard frames in-house. We cut and hand vise our frames to insure strong corners.

The materials we use to make our frames come from suppliers who are committed to quality and sustainability. PictureWoods, based in Boulder, Colorado, mills only renewable North American hardwoods including walnut, cherry, ash, maple and rift or quartersawn white oak.

Every frame we make is an expression of our commitment to quality design and craftsmanship.

Specialty Frames

Our specialty frames are made using the highest quality materials available. A frame can elevate any piece of artwork from a hand-written note to a large format photograph into a one of a kind piece.

Specialty frames come in contemporary, modern or traditional styles. They are built using ‘old-world’ techniques such as splined corners and water gilding.

From carved, gold-leaf frames to tiger maple and welded stainless steel floater frames, we have one of the most unique selections of frames on the West Coast.

Our clients include Save the Redwoods, Twitch, City Arts & Lectures, ODADA, First Republic Bank, The CJM, Fehr & Peers, Matson Navigation, US District Court, Schramsberg Winery, and the St. Regis Hotel and Residences.

Custom Framed Mirrors

We make custom framed mirrors in many sizes and finishes to complement the different styles and spaces in your home.

Specialty options include gold or silver antiqued mirror, blue or smoke mirror and starphire mirror.  Starphire mirror has the truest, clearest reflection available.

When fitting mirror glass, we use a special adhesive to secure it in the frame which prevents the mirror from shattering in the event of an impact.

We offer delivery and installation services. Email us for a mirror quote.

Acrylic Boxes

Acrylic boxes are designed primarily for oversized textiles and three dimensional objects. They can either hang on a wall or sit on a table top.

Boxes that hang on a wall are five-sided. The back of the box has a wood frame wrapped with fabric and museum board or other material and then the artwork is attached to the back of the box.

This style of box is often used for tapestries, masks, and other three dimensional pieces.

Table-top boxes (six-sided) are used for smaller pieces that you want to display and protect.