Beatnik framing offers a completely customised picture framing service for the home, office, restuarants, hotels, shops and art galleries.
We specialise in making beautiful handmade frames for your posters, photographs, paintings, needleworks, football shirts and more. In fact we have experience in framing many unusual objects such as shoes, commemorative sculptures, comic books, records and drumsticks. We will frame virtually anything.
Protecting your artwork is a priority for us at Beatnik Framing. We are experts in conservation framing methods and only use acid free materials. We stock a range of glass, including uv filtering conservation glass to protect your artwork from fading.
If you would like a free consulation please get in touch. We are happy to talk about your individual needs over email, phone or in person.
Framing Options

Choose your mount. We have a wide array

in many colours to suit your artwork. All are 

acid free and can be cut to any required size

Select your frame. We have a large range of mouldings to

choose from in a variety of styles and colours. We also do our 

unique hand made range which are completely 

bespoke, made from real salvaged oak.

Pick your glazing. We stock a wide range of picture glass inluding

standard glass, non-reflective glazing, uv filtering conservation

glass and the highest quality museum glass.

Meet the Owner
Peter Hamilton 
Peter is a fine arts graduate and passionate about good design. He started Beatnik Framing out of a dissatisfaction with manufactured frames and a desire to provide something more durable and elegant. Initially just wanting some frames for art projects and not being able to find good frames at a good price he began making his own. After a lot of learning framing somehow took over and became the main passion. Now with over 5 years experience, Peter has become an expert in all manner of framing and is adept at finding creative solutions to framing unusual items.

"I love using solid, beautiful woods such as oak and ash and mainly buy my wood as scraps and offcuts from wood yards and carpenters. It gives me a lot of satisfaction to take materials that would otherwise be left unused and turn them into objects of function and beauty." 

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