905 3rd Street
Tue-Fri 10:00AM-6:00PM
Sat 10:00AM-4:00PM
(530) 756-2668
Kwan Ho

Kwan's Framing is a framing service that will place a wood square around your art and photographs so as to make them look like the bee's knees.


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2007-10-13 12:29:52   Kwan's has fantastic, quality and professional framing and customer service. Awesome work and very friendly!! —TillSey

2008-02-03 16:38:57   He's just about the nicest guy I've ever met, very helpful (for the first trip to a framing shop I've ever taken), and his work is excellent. Totally check him out. —TomRoberts

2008-05-03 16:14:30   Fabulous frame shop. I was able to order a beveled mirror in a custom size with the frame of my choice (for less than it would cost to get a premade one in the same size elsewhere), and it looks absolutely lovely. Very quick, professional and courteous service; it's wonderful to work with such a kind and polite business owner. —JenThornton

2008-11-19 16:11:01   My wife and I just had our second item framed at this shop. It is amazing, and Mr. Kwan is the sweetest man alive. His work is flawless. The man would outshine the Mona Lisa if he framed it. —condemned2bfree

2008-12-16 13:51:44   Kwan is a Davis living treasure. —JimStewart

2008-12-25 12:34:45   I had two items framed at Kwan's this month and am very happy with the outcome. One item, a Chinese painting, required special mounting that Mr. Kwan expertly handled. His shop provides quality service and results. —Edward

2009-01-23 10:09:42   I have had two very meaningful items framed here. A collage of my brother's wedding photos, vows, and program, which turned out beautifully. My brother loves it and my whole family was blown away. I have also had my PhD framed here. With both, Mr. Kwan took a great deal of time to speak to me and learn exactly what I wanted and created beautiful masterpieces. He is a sweetheart of a man kind and generous and extremely good at what he does. I really can't recommend him highly enough. —Zeeba

2010-03-23 20:59:03   If you have pictures to frame, go to Kwan's! I called Aaron Brothers and Michaels to get a quote for the 'least expensive' pre-matted photo (18x24). Aaron Brothers was slightly less-expensive than Michaels because they were having their 'big framing' sale. I went into Kwan's because I prefer to shop local when possible, and his 'least expensive' frame was the cheapest! I ended up really like one of the more expensive frame options and he worked with me to get it closer to my price range. It was a GREAT experience! —CharlieMurphy

2011-04-05 16:02:38   I agree with all the other comments. Fast, friendly, reasonably priced, and quality work - this is the place I plan to do my framing! —ScottWieking

2012-01-14 14:59:14   I agree as well. I'm a totally DIY guy, and priced out frame components online first. I had 2 pieces of artwork (1 small and 1 poster-sized lithograph), and it was going to cost over $300 online, plus I would have to buy the frames and mattes based on photos only, and I would have to assemble everything myself. I went to Kwan's and ended up paying $435 including tax. The small picture cost ~$190, and the large one was $245. Yes, that's about 1/3 more expensive, but they give you extremely good advice. I ended up with more unique frames than I ever would have chosen online, and also learned that there are >20 shades of white mattes - who would have known? Anyway, Kwan's completed the frames a day ahead of schedule and they were done perfectly. For anyone (like me) who only needs to frame a couple of pictures every year or two, Kwan's is the only way to go. —sbyun

2012-07-11 13:02:43   I am extremely happy with the service I received here. The two people who helped me were very friendly and knowledgeable. They helped me to select a good frame for my print, giving me helpful suggestions on the frame and the glass. They were able to get the framed print back to me quickly. And most important of all, it looks great. I am thoroughly pleased with the whole experience. It was a little more than I had expected to pay, but it was worth it. —CovertProfessor