Each custom frame ordered from Poster Frame Depot is hand made in the U.S.A. using all-American materials. Our high-grade aluminum framing material is first extruded and then anodized to increase the metal's durability, color stability, ease of maintenance and more. Each frame ordered is then cut to order size and assembled in our 20,000 square foot warehouse in Derby, Connecticut.
As manufacturers, we have the ability to offer you, our customers, the best discounts available. We want you to be happy with your frames, and we won't rest until you are completely satisfied. We offer high quality movie poster frames and custom frames, an easy ordering system, and timely delivery. Each frame order we receive is hand cut, rather than pulled from a shelf. This ensures that each of our frames are high quality, easy to assemble, and our customers get the exact custom fitting they need.
Looking to use a mat board? We've added frame matting for one-stop shopping. Like our frames, each mat board is cut specifically for each order. Standard and custom poster frame sizes are available in over 100 different colors! Click here to check out our mat board site.
Our poster frames can be used to frame many things, such as - but not limited to - collectible posters, art prints collectable posters, art prints, LP records, certificates, diplomas and photos. Not only do they look great, they protect your framed items from any aging or UV damage.
In need of an oversize frame? We can ship frames as large as 42" x 62". Do you need to frame artwork that is measured in millimeters? Use our conversion calculator to get the right size frame! We're here to make your custom framing experience as easy and enjoyable as possible.
Each frame you order comes with all the hardware necessary to hang your frame. Basic assembly is required, but only takes a few quick and easy steps! Watch our assembly instruction video.
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