Bountiful Home has opened a new custom framing shop within its store located at 803 Goldsborough Street in Easton. Bountiful acquired the framing department that had been located within Ben Franklin before it closed in October. The acquisition included all framing materials, as well as records of all past custom orders. This enables Bountiful Home to replicate the exact specifications of customers’ past orders for any new framing jobs.
Bountiful hired two former Ben Franklin craft store employees, Will Callahan and Lisa Calloway, to staff the new framing shop within Bountiful Home. Together, they bring more than 20 years of custom framing experience to Bountiful Home.
“We used Ben Franklin’s framing services for years for our design projects,” said Jamie Merida, owner of Bountiful Home and principal designer at Jamie Merida Interiors. “Their quality and service were excellent, so it was an easy decision to bring them onboard at Bountiful.”
Merida said Bountiful Home will offer the same services and pricing that had been available from Ben Franklin. “The transition to Bountiful will be totally seamless from the customers’ perspective, plus they will have the added benefit of interior design staff on site who can offer advice when choosing frames and mats.”
The framing shop will be open Monday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. For additional information, please call Bountiful Home at 410.819.8666 or visit their website at JamieMerida.com.