Photographers Can Help Commercial Interior Designers


A local photographer was asked to help capture some unique Augusta imagery, little did they know the project would bloom into providing several large printed pieces for the designer. This project is for a very unique clubhouse for an upscale apartment-homes complex. Since Hand Crafted Framing has been in the business of helping photographers get their work framed, finished and hung on client’s walls the photographer turned to us for help.


Interior of main hall of clubhouse features open spaces and a ton of natural light.




The designer already had an idea for print sizes and moulding styles. The largest prints were gallery wraps up to 40×60. We produced the oversize stretcher bars for printing. Parfait Printing (out of Atlanta) did the printing and stretching of the canvases. A three point hanging system allows the frames to be securely locked onto the walls.



The designer requested the frames be made deep enough to hold the 1.5 inch canvas wraps to make the front of the print even with the top of the moulding. In order to make the design we stacked two mouldings that together created just the correct depth. The black burl finish moulding is available in the hcframing webstore.



Some of the art consisted of canvas reproductions of original paintings commissioned for this project. These were inspired by images captured by the photographer.



Here we have a traditional matted print done by the photographer. The moulding is the same base moulding we modified to work for the canvas wrap frames to tie together all the artwork. The matting has a border of 3 inches and is a conservation grade white linen.



View of main hall of the clubhouse. This was a fun project to team up with the photographer on. We are excited to be a vendor-partner who can help extend the services your studio is able to offer. If you have a special need and would like to learn more about what services we offer, then just give us a call 1-888-676-4366 or use the contact us form above.

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