Milford Photo's Custom Frame Department has a full-time framer with over 16 years of experience. All work is performed on-site and in a timely fashion.
Milford Photo offers over 700 different moulding options to choose from.
In our matting gallery, we have over 500 different colors, patterns and textures to choose from. Specialty cuts and designs are available. Milford Photo utilizes computerized mat cutting for a precision cut every time.
Medals, Flags, Coins, Shirts, Jerseys, Books, Magazines, Records, Sports Memorabilia, and much more!
Canvas stretched on 1 ¼" wood frame.
Canvas stretched on 1 ¾" wood frame.
Please Note: Canvas Wrap prints are available for store pick-up only. Please select "Pickup in Store" during checkout.shop canvas wraps
Milford Photo will print a life-size photo of a person (up to 5'), mount it on foamcore, cut it out and add a support so it stands. Great for parties! All for $149.95 (50% deposit is required for all cutouts) larger sizes available. Get a quote from a salesperson.
Why Custom Framing?
Whether you frame a poster, picture or fine artwork, custom framing will reflect your personal taste, protect and present your piece in a professional way for years to come.
Considering the Surroundings
While you should certainly consider the room's decor, you shouldn't match the frame to the room at the expense of what looks good with the picture. Keep in mind that the room decor may change in the future.
The color of the mat is chosen to direct the eye of the viewer into the art. The width of the mat should be at least 2 inches, but in harmony with the dimensions of the art and the width of the frame moulding. The mat also provides space between the art and glass.
The drymount process bonds artwork to a board to prevent bubbling or waving and is the most appropriate for posters and photographs. Pieces of any value generally should not be drymounted since this process is irreversible and can greatly affect any resale value.
Most commercial window cleaners are good for cleaning framing glass. Avoid all-purpose cleaners, disinfectants and anything that contains ammonia. You should always spray the cleaner on the cloth, then wipe the glass. If you spray directly on the glass, the liquid is likely to run down between the frame and glass, and may damage the artwork.