Have a beautiful painting or a family portrait that you’ve been meaning to mount on your living room wall? To complement your picture, it’s important to make sure that you choose the right framing for it. Here, we narrow down five of the places to sort out your framing needs in Singapore. By Arman Shah
As an independent frame maker, Jimmy Tan provides the convenience of a customised door-to-door framing service. The man behind Call Me Frame, he is able to pick up, deliver and install any work no matter where you are in Singapore. A true specialist, he is competent in handling complex framing requirements that suit your budget, room and personality. For more information click here.
An abstract painter for over three decades, Daniel keeps his passion for the arts alive by venturing into the framing business which he now runs with his wife. A true pioneer, he is allegedly the first frame maker in Singapore to take his business online. As a consultant, his artistic eye has proven to be invaluable when advising clients on the kind of framing that can accentuate the beauty of their art pieces. For more information click here.
With 38 years of relevant experience under its belt, Ittibaa Glazing Enterprise – also branded as FramesAndGlass.com – has established a solid portfolio for itself in Singapore’s picture making industry. It has done framing work as a co-partner of the 2016 National Day Parade, and also serviced Singapore’s military and civil defence forces. As a homeowner, you will be in awe of its quality service and competitive pricing. For more information click here.
Merlin Frame Maker has expanded significantly since it was established in 1942. It currently oversees three outlets which are conveniently located at Paragon, River Valley and Waterloo, making it the largest framemaker chain in Singapore. Apart from working with interior designers who are fans of its efficient picture hanging system, it also provides a platform for local artist to showcase their masterpieces. For more information click here.
Magnum and Winston Choy are continuing the legacy their father – an oil painter and copper tool artist – started when he opened Talent Arts in 1973. With the aid of modern-day technology, they have been able to enhance years of skill, tradition and hand-made craftsmanship. Services range from conservation framing and mirror frame customisations to canvas printing and even customised oil paintings. For more information click here.