This January, custom framing is coming to national television, getting the attention it deserves in preserving, protecting, and displaying our treasures on the award-winning Designing Spaces® airing on Lifetime® Television.
The show will have a segment featuring Meg Glasgow, owner of The Gallery at Finer Frames in Eagle, ID, and custom framing educator, who will cover various topics in wall decor, incorporating expert advice on how to best protect and showcase works of art, cherished photos and memorabilia in the home. The show airs weekly and full episodes are available for viewing on the show’s website, www.designingspaces.tv. Designing Spaces also highlights segments from its show on its website, the Lifetime Television website (www.lifetime.com), and Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
“We are excited about the opportunities this will bring to the custom framing industry,” said Jen Gramm, director of marketing at Tru Vue. “We will reach consumers directly with the message that custom framing with Museum Glass® is the best choice for preserving, protecting and displaying their treasures, as well as give them ideas for how to incorporate framed pieces into their home design.”
Tru Vue is participating in the program to help raise awareness of custom framing and Museum Glass among consumers. The format of the show is content-focused, meaning the information covered is meant to educate and inspire viewers. Custom frame shop owners will have the opportunity to use this content in their own marketing initiatives.
“Custom framing is an opportunity for many home owners to add something unique and personal to their walls,” said Glasgow. “Our goal is to introduce viewers to the whats, whys and wows of custom framing, and the impact it has on the look and feel of a home.”
Entering its eleventh season, Designing Spaces continues to inspire viewers with decorating ideas, do-it-yourself projects and step-by-step home improvements that help make every space count. The show airs Thursdays and Fridays at 7:30 a.m. (ET/PT) on Lifetime Television. For more information or to view a segment, visit http://www.designingspaces.tv.
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