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Sherman McNulty Custom Picture Framing

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We specialize in custom picture frame design to suit all budgets and very different types of art, from fine antique art to your kids first coloring book, we can frame it. There is no look we can't achieve, no style we cant match. Come in for a free quote.
Established in 2011. ShermanMcNulty Framing was built by my wife and I as an extension of the Sherman Gallery in Venice. Our purpose is to bring the same great quality, price and speed to our friends and patrons on this side of town. My wife has been framing for over 15 years and knows everything needed on the subject. We have the backing of fully stocked suppliers which means that jobs can be carried out in a matter of days if the need arises. With Ben Sherman as her grandfather, its no wonder business owner and head designer Melissa Sherman-McNulty has such an eye for design. With her grandpa having revolutionized the world of a simple button down shirt, her father, Martin Sherman did so for the custom picture framing industry. Following closely in the footsteps of her father, she set out to deliver high quality custom frames, delivered in a week or less and at prices everyone can afford. "My dad always said that in custom picture framing people can expect 2 out of 3 qualities from most frame shops: fast, good and cheap. You only get 2 though. He set forth to create the first frame shop that catered to all 3! So I will do the same." With over 15 years experience, Melissa has worked with many of LA's top interior designers. This sets her apart from other framers as she can take any art and frame it to suit any decor. From poster framing to full museum quality, your child's first art or first art show, we are here to help.
3100 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90403
(310) 828-6900
  • Fax: 310-264-6604
  • Hours: mon-fri 10-6 sat 11-5
  • Business email: santamonica@shermanmcnulty.com
  • Accessible: yes
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