Larson-Juhl's Ashland, Wisconsin facility is the premier American custom frame manufacturing location. Situated along the shores of Lake Superior, the Ashland, Larson-Juhl facility specializes in crafting American made frames of the highest quality using American hardwoods.
The Ashland facility's commitment to our environment is always top of mind; from having excess wood shavings taken to farms to be used in animal bedding to
researching new technologies in frame coatings
that create beautiful, rich finishes while
not causing harm to our environment.
Larson-Juhl's Ashland facility is also FSC (Forest Stewardship Council), PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification schemes) and SFI (Sustainable Forestry Initiative) certified and many of the American made picture frame products crafted at this facility are certified forest friendly. The raw lumber used in much of the American made custom frame moulding is purchased from North American vendors, each of whom comply with all federal, state and local harvesting guidelines.
Styles of the frames made in America at Larson-Juhl's Ashland facility range from traditional to contemporary. The Ashland team prides themselves not only in their quality craftsmanship, but also in their finishing techniques. The furniture finishes featured on many of these made in America frame mouldings reflect the true beauty and natural wood grain of North American hardwood.
Many of the Larson-Juhl Ashland Team Members have been with the company for a very long time, with the average length of service being 20 years. The Ashland Team loves creating picture frames and takes pride in their state-of-the-art facility and manufacturing techniques. This consistency of craftsmanship and quality make Larson-Juhl's Ashland manufacturing facility the premier factory for made in America custom frames.
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