Get museum quality and great design at affordable prices.
At Baas Framing Studio, Seattle, we create beautiful custom matting and framing solutions – shadowboxes, rustic frames, vintage-style frames and modern frames. Bring your design ideas or let our experienced team show you options. We can problem-solve complex projects or help you simply get a new piece of art onto the wall.
Baas Framing Studio features a broad selection of framing choices for every style and budget, including Larson Juhl frames, Nielsen frames, Picture Woods, Roma frames, Crescent mats and Bainbridge mats. We offer museum quality conservation materials to protect your artwork from damage by light, dust and moisture.
Count on our staff to design unique mounting, matting and framing solutions for all of your needs – treasured objects, textiles, photographs, posters, prints, diplomas, paintings and collectibles.
Vintage Poster Gets Modern Treatment With Glossy Black Frame And White Mat
From the font to the color, this poster is a design icon. And check out the list of artists! We went for a classic black and white look -- you can't go wrong there. Conservation glass adds gloss and UV protection.
Slick Two-Tone Design For a Memorable Movie Poster
Our client really wanted a unique, custom solution. They came to the right place! We used black and white lacquer molding joined in the center with pegs to create this sharp frame design.
Jazz Poster in Black Lacquer Frame and Non-Glare UV Glass
A classic image of a jazz musician is set into a deep violet mat and surrounded by a glossy black frame. Reflections are softened by non-glare Conservation Glass with UV filtering properties so the poster will not fade.
Original Print in Vintage Gilded and Carved Frame
A wide ornate silver frame with antique finish surrounds a modern print of a hummingbird. The unique combination is fun, rich, and a little over the top! Museum glass minimizes glare and makes it look like there is no glass at all.
Safari Photo in Classic Gallery Framing
A client's photo of a leopard on a tree branch looks great in a simple wide white mat and narrow black frame. This gallery look is tried and true for many types of photography.
Portrait of a Girl in Walnut Frame with Museum Glass and Wide Matting
This fantastic portrait is given gallery treatment with a wide white mat and walnut frame to pick up the warm tones. Museum Glass completes the project to protect it from UV light damage and minimize reflections.
Classic Car Poster in Brushed Metal Frame
Posters benefit from mounting when possible so they can be displayed with a consistent, flat look. After mounting this poster, we added a white mat and high-quality Conservation Clear Glass to the brushed metal frame for a classic sporty design.
A Special Setting for a Modern Ketubah in Gold Tones
We always enjoy framing ketubahs and other wedding documents such as invitations, vows, and photographs. This ketubah featured delicate laser-cut paper and had to be handled carefully. The warm-toned mat extends the colors in the design, and Conservation Glass protects signatures from fading.
Contemporary Watercolor Painting With Float Mount in Metal Frame
This modern watercolor painting by a Northwest artist demanded a simple design. Since it was painted to the edge of the paper, we chose float mounting to see the whole sheet.
Funky Poster In Simple Black Gloss Framing and Non-Reflective Plexiglas
Music posters make a fun addition to a media room or casual office. The glossy black frame adds a little rock & roll touch to this simple design. Conservation Non-Glare Plexiglas protects the poster and can be safely placed on the art.