At SohoFrames, we treat every client as equals and try to offer the very best service to everyone who gets in touch. We operate ethically, using only an FSC-accredited timber yard, we keep waste to a minimum, and both recycle and up-cycle where possible.
SohoFrames was started with the aim of being London’s best picture framing company, focusing on a meticulous attention to detail, fine quality and client service. Soho was a lively and expanding part of London, and the perfect place to base the business. After finding a former coal bunker near Charing Cross, we started SohoFrames in 2008, with the tagline “Ready-made frames, ready to go”.
When we first started, I personally delivered frames anywhere in Greater London, travelling by bus, tube, and overground, often well into the night, seven days a week. Sometimes, the cost of the journey didn’t even cover the profit margin on a single frame and, for a while, I was living on a diet of pasta and canned tuna to keep the business afloat. We’ve moved five times since then, our premises growing along with our staff, and customer demand.
WHERE WE ARE NOW
As you can see, ours was no overnight success story and over the last 12 years, we’ve learned that there is no magic involved in founding a business from scratch. From starting out in the bunker selling ready-made picture frames, to designing, carving, French Polishing and gilding beautiful picture frames for client’s from every walk of life, everything we did came from hard work and steady growth. Now, we supply frames for everyone, no matter their budget, both here in the UK and in various countries around the world.
From offices and restaurants to private clients worldwide, SohoFrames offers bespoke framing services to everyone. Learn more about what we offer to our clients below. We offer super high quality standard framing as well as very specialised design and construction of totally bespoke picture frames in either solid woods or with fabulous paint finishes.
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