We can frame anything

Type your paragraph here.

Memory Boxes and Picture Frames

Each frame or case is handmade with care and precision. We always have ingenious ideas about the best setting for your artwork, collection or photographic print.


...with flair

Traditional or modern

Woodland Pie


We use pigments to hand-tint our paint to match or complement the shades in your artwork, before using finishing techniques to create

lustre and depth. We use acid-free mount board as standard.

We never use factory-painted mouldings.

Recent commissions include an antique Persian jacket, a 6ft tall piece of graffiti art, an OS map, oil paintings, modern art, sculptures, water-colours and children's art work.

We create unique, one-off Memory Boxes and picture frames that are made to measure to any size. Allow us to draw together images, memorabilia or a treasured collection to create a stunning wall-mounted display that you can enjoy every day. The perfect way to remember a significant moment, place or person in your life. 

We were recently commissioned to capture a client's summer wedding and placed a real beach inside her Memory Box, together with bunting and special treasures. 

This bespoke shadow box (left) was designed to look like a fanciful and theatrical

museum display case.

The client invited Woodland Pie to devise a method of showcasing this beautiful antique Persian jacket, a treasured heirloom.

The frame is seven inches deep and the interior and exterior paint colours have been hand-tinted to match those in the textile. The exterior has been oiled to give a flat finish. An internal hanging rail is invisibly fitted and, together with the hanger, has been painted gold to enhance the opulence of the piece. The back of the display case is removable. The brief included fitting the case over the client's stairs using heavy-duty mirror fixings.


These unglazed solid wood frames and MDF/limestone plinths (above) were among six frames created by Woodland Pie for an exhibition after the artist invited ideas about how to best display the work.