Archival framing is the best means to protect your artifact and family heirloom, by surrounding it with inherently acid-free materials. Our frames are sealed to prevent any dirt and dust from entering. Our mounts are always adapted to best fit the needs for the artifact and owner.
Month: March 2011
Historical home photographs are a personal and affordable gift. If a home was built prior to 1930, the State Achieves will likely have an image that you can obtain. Follow this link to place an order.
Bring in your four legged friends! We are a dog obsessed business.
I can’t stop buying Liz Lyell’s wearable works of art! Made from unusual stones, beautiful glass, lovely pearls, Thai silver, and sterling findings, her jewelry is an everyday treasure.
Spring is nature’s way of saying, “Let’s party!” ~Robin Williams
No job is too small or too large! We have framed almost every type of project possible. We are passionate about bringing our customers the best value possible to suit their personal tastes and decor.
I love this shadowbox!
Our customer, Sean MacLean, was at a charity auction and decided to bid on this gorgeous ceramic art plate. He wanted it really bad. He was outbid at the end, much to his disappointment. A short while later, he went to a friend’s house for dinner and there in his entry was the plate! They… Read more »
We framed this show! Go see Seattle photographer and author Paul Bannick’s awe-inspiring photographs and our handiwork on March 19 at the Burke Museum. The Owl and the Woodpecker introduces museum visitors to the most important species of owls and woodpeckers in North America, illustrating how they define and enrich the specific habitats on which… Read more »
Our hearts are exploding with love as we frame wish-kid art for the Make A Wish foundation gala coming up on the 12th! The 25th Anniversary Wish Night Gala & Auction is chaired by John and Ginny Meisenbach. This signature event is one of the most engaging fundraisers of the year, so be sure to… Read more »