DMR Framing is a family run business that was established at the beginning
of 1993 by father and son Gary and David Richards.
We specialise in providing frames and framing for all types of business
and the home. We can frame almost anything from certificate frames to
the framing of incentive awards, football & rugby shirts, notice boards,
cross stitch and tapestries - in fact, almost anything that requires a frame.
|We aim to provide quality products
and a high standard of service at
competitive prices. By being flexible
we are usually able to meet our
customer deadlines and budgets.
We use all the latest machinery which gives our frames a perfect cut and join every time.
All frames are made to the highest
standard and meet GCF (Guild
Commended Framer) standard set by
the The Fine Art Trade Guild.
Our framers are fully trained with our
main framer having over twenty eight
All frames are made in our workshop on site, where we have over 3000 square
feet of space enabling us to cope
with large orders.
|Our showroom in Crownhill, where our extensive range of over 1000 wood and aluminium mouldings are
displayed, is open to the general
public and commercial customers.
Monday to Friday 9.30 - 4.30pm Saturday 9.00 - 2.00pm
|There is no need to pay for parking,
we have plenty of free car park spaces
directly outside the front of our showroom.
For commercial customers we can visit
you and bring samples of mouldings to
you, please give us a call to arrange
|This year is our 30th year in
business. Starting from our house in
January 1993, within three months we
moved to our current location and a
few years later we expanded again.
This led to the addition of another
adjacent unit giving us more space
for additional machinery.
|We carry a large range of wooden and
aluminium mouldings to enable us to turn orders around quickly. Also if you need a mount cut quickly we stock over 100 colours of mount boards which amounts
to around 2000 sheets in stock at any one time. We can also supply sheets of board and lengths of moulding if you prefer to cut your own frames as a hobby.