Our Partners

Larson-Juhl works with partners across the industry and the world. We’re proud to partner with companies who share our Values and who are making our industry and community better through their innovations and service excellence.


Larson-Juhl originally began its partnership with Crescent over 35 years ago. With both as leaders in moulding and matboard products, the junction made sense for the industry and customers worldwide. Crescent develops and produces some of the most recognizable and important brands in our industry. In addition, Crescent markets additional conservation products like Crescent Select®, Ultiblack®, and Moorman® Fabrics. In the beginning of 2018, both companies were proud to announce their reunion, with Larson-Juhl carrying Crescent’s full line of matboards in all locations, almost 1300 SKUs. Headquartered in Wheeling, Illinois, Crescent is a private, family-owned company founded over 100 years ago by the Ozmun family, which is now in its 5th generation of leadership and commitment to the company.

Nielsen Bainbridge

Our partner Nielsen Bainbridge combines intensive research with the latest styles and trends to deliver a wide range of highest quality framing products to the world’s professional framers and museums. With over 30 years of partnership, Bainbridge began in 1867 in Brooklyn, New York, making history when Charles T. Bainbridge patented his “picture-mat”. In addition to becoming the first decorative matboard, the product introduced color and texture to matting and gave birth to the framing industry as we know it. In 1995, Bainbridge broke new ground when they introduced Artcare™ technology, the first matting and mounting material providing active protection to artwork from damaging airborne contaminants. Artcare™ technology has proven to provide the most advanced protection and is the preferred choice among many of the world’s most prestigious museums. Larson-Juhl carries over 1300 SKUs from their Bainbridge and Nielsen moulding brands. Nielsen Bainbridge is headquartered in Austin, Texas.

Tru Vue

With over 30 years of partnership, Tru Vue remains the known leader and innovator in the protection and conservation of all things framed. Headquartered in Chicago, IL, Tru Vue manufactures high performance glazing products for the custom picture framing, and museum markets. Tru Vue is a leader in anti-reflective coatings, as well as conservation-grade UV protection and specialty glazing products for these markets. Tru Vue crosses a number of different product categories and brands. Larson-Juhl carries some of their top product lines, including Museum Glass®, Conservation Clear® glass and acrylic, Conservation Reflection Control® glass and acrylic, UltraVue® UV70 Glass, and Optium Museum Acrylic®.

Like Larson-Juhl, Tru Vue has worked hand-and-hand with custom framing retailers to deliver proven and affordable custom framing materials and industry-leading support. To access their comprehensive library of online resources, visit their website and follow them on Facebook. Be sure to check out their custom framers' blog and order your free point of purchase displays

Gilman Brothers

Partners since 2014, the Gilman Brothers is our most recent partnership, with an exclusive offering of their MountCor product through Larson-Juhl. MountCor offers the lowest bonding temperature of any heat activated board available. Its specially formulated neutral pH adhesive is stable, inert, and has revolutionized the industry with its dependable 130° F low temperature/short dwell bond time in mount presses. With headquarters in Gilman, CT the Gilman Brothers Company is family owned and operated since 1897.


Now in its 10th year of partnership, Larson-Juhl is proud to continue serving Biltmore through excellence in its products and preserving the beauty and history of homes through custom framing.

Biltmore, America’s Largest Home® is located in picturesque Asheville, North Carolina. Built between 1889 and 1895, it is known for its relaxed elegance and exceptional treasures, including original art from masters such as Pierre-August Renoir and John Singer Sargent.

Everything about Biltmore is beautiful and majestic. The frames surrounding great works of art, the classic rooms and décor inside Biltmore House, and the glorios gardens inspired four Biltmore moulding collections. Biltmore, the first collection, was inspired by historic frames on display inside Biltmore House with their intricate details, aged patina and rich finishes.

Billiard was the second Biltmore collection, introducing a classic, masculine aesthetic designed around Biltmore's grand Billiard Room. The Billiard Collection by Larson-Juhl combines traditional styling and patterning with a soft ebony finish accented with Gold detailing.

The third Biltmore-inspired collection was Olmsted. The Olmsted Collection is inspired by Fredrick Law Olmsted, the landscape architect of Biltmore, as well as New York City’s Central Park. The Olmsted Collection features the classic Acanthus leaf ornamentation, which has been an important element in architecture for centuries.

Our fourth collection was Tapestry. The Tapestry collection exudes Biltmore style with a nod to the priceless tapestries gracing the walls of this grand home and the delicate scrollwork and ornate architectural details so prevalent throughout the estate.