1 The entrance to SkyFrame. As you can see, frames are everywhere.
2 We've used SkyFrame in a lot of Living shoots. They've framed all the articles in their offices.
3 It's so nice to see these...
4 This is just the beginning of all the frame options available at SkyFrame.
5 A range of darker frames.
6 The frames are stuck on the wall using velcro. Customers can easily take down and try out potential frames.
7 A selection of frames with more embellished details.
8 They really have frames for everyone. Even the glittered or printed frames shown here.
9 I love the gilded frames.
10 The way they arrange the frames makes it easy to try out different looks.
11 They do all kinds of framing, ranging from small pictures to large canvases. As you can see above, the frames can get pretty huge.
12 The many different options of mat boards.
13 This is the image that I wanted to get framed.
14 Skyframe had done my collection of Martha's modeling photos for my office, and I wanted everything to be uniform.
15 I wanted all of the frames in my office to match, so I brought in one of the Martha modeling frames.
16 They measured the image and placed the mat and frame in position...
17 I think everything is going to look great.
18 These use these little bean bags to weigh down the corners. What a good idea.
19 They even frame televisions!
20 You can also get a mirror framed. They have different options available.
21 Framed options on the wall of SkyFrame.
23 A view from the upstairs of SkyFrame.
24 Prop stylist Scott came along and got to see the upstairs with me.
25 Shelves organize some pieces waiting to be framed.
26 An intense cutting board.
27 Finished pieces.
28 Mat boards are stacked at the side of the room.
29 Frames are laid horizontally, waiting to be custom constructed.
31 These frames look ready to be assembled.