About Us

Graham Harrison Framing is a family-run business which produces bespoke, hand-built picture frames and mirrors that stand the test of time. Offering a vast range of frame styles and glass types, GHF endeavours to meet any brief for intricate and innovative design. Since the company's establishment in 1993, Graham's expertise in design, style, and functionality has remained core to the company’s ethos. This, along with sharp attention to detail and commitment to craft, has allowed the company to work with some of the leading figures in the London interior design and art world over the past three decades.

All of our products are made to order in our Notting Hill workshop using the skills of our highly talented team of artisans.

What services do you provide?

Mirrors & Framing, Bespoke Room Dividers/Screens, Frames for handmade wallcoverings

How would you describe your style?

"Both quality and style take precedence in everything we do at GHF. Since we make our products in-house and by hand, we are able to produce a very wide range of designs which can fit into both contemporary and traditional spaces."

Please describe a recently completed project or tell us about the bespoke service that you offer

"All our frames are designed and made by hand using a variety of woods and other materials to create a range of bespoke finishes. Each frame commission begins with a consultation between the client and one of our team. We help guide our clients through the design process in order to create a frame that best complements the art it is entrusted to protect.

We’re always creating new special finishes to apply to our frames, which are often inspired by a client’s brief. Our finishing team are skilled in gilding, hand-painting, spray-painting, and wood staining to name a few. We’re equally happy to bring a client’s specific idea to life or to advise them on the best style options for their brief. Because all our mirrors are handmade, it allows us to custom design them to complement any space, be it as a focal point above a fireplace or a steam-proof bathroom fitting. Over the years, we’ve made mirrors of all sizes, from a 20cm mini mirror to a 3m one which covers an entire wall."

Banner + Images 3+4: Chloe Rosser; Image 1: Interior design by Hubert Zandberg Interiors, photographer Mark Luscombe Whyte