Rustic Custom Wood Picture Frames in Toronto

Rustic custom wood picture frames to enhance any piece and any space. Decorate your Living room, dining room, kitchen, bedroom, or office with these beautiful rustic picture frames and add timeless class and elegance to your artwork and photos.

Come in to our Toronto location (in the Annex on Bloor near Bathurst) and see all of our wood frames and custom picture frame samples, and find the perfect frame for your custom framing project.

Picture frames in faux leather finishes topped with a beautiful wax layer create a classic finish with smooth profiles for traditional and contemporary interiors.

Angus Rustic Picture Frame Custom Framing Living Room

Wood picture frames made with authentic veneers harvested from reclaimed 100 year old beams create a neutral and sophisticated finished look and with contemporary flat profiles these frames are perfect for abstract and Western influenced works of art.

Axel Rustic Picture Frame Custom Picture Framing in Office


Great place to go for custom framing and unique images, including customized drawings, pictures, photos, etc. I have been going for close to 20 years – service is professional and timely. In particular, their extensive framing options are excellent – as is the execution of this type of work. For all the framing jobs done, I have always been very happy with the results.
– Geoff M.


Naturally stained woodgrain picture frames with clean, painted edges create a sense of timeless elegance and class.

Panzano Rustic Picture Frame Custom Picture Framing in Bedroom

Wood frames with elegant hand-leafing and rustic woodgrain finishes in contemporary shapes and high luster finishes with rustic edging work well in rustic as well as ultra modern settings.

Spencer Rustic Picture Frame Custom Picture Framing in Living Room

These guys know their stuff. I have taken very tricky framing issues to them which they tackled with aplomb. And the work comes back to me looking 200x better than anything I could have imagined. I now know a crappy framing job from the real deal and I wouldn’t dream of going anywhere else.
– Miranda B.