Announcement There are a number of options available for my bed frames, many more than you see in my store. You can get a headboard, tapered legs, mitered corners, clip-on night stands, shellac finish (optional on fir frames--it's included on hardwood frames), etc. If you have something special in mind, just ask!
There are a number of options available for my bed frames, many more than you see in my store. You can get a headboard, tapered legs, mitered corners, clip-on night stands, shellac finish (optional on fir frames--it's included on hardwood frames), etc. If you have something special in mind, just ask!
Curly Maple and Walnut Queen Platform Bed Frame with Truly Natural Finish and 90+% American-Made Materials
Walnut Queen Platform Bed Frame with Truly Natural Finish and 90+% American-Made Materials
Kat on Sep 9, 20205 out of 5 stars
this bed frame is absolutely perfect!! handmade, sturdy, top quality, beautiful, and very worth it:)) Assembly was easy once I understood what to do and Bryce was very helpful in guiding with tips and tricks for best set up! thank you!!
Scott on Jun 8, 20175 out of 5 stars
We love our bed frame! It's super sturdy, well built, looks nice, and our experience with its builder was great.
Sean on Feb 4, 20175 out of 5 stars
A superb bed frame in every way! Not only is it well built, it is well designed. Weight bearing is done by the legs, as it should be, most of the trash out there bears weight on the hardware. Bryce was also a champ who answered all my dumb questions, which were many. I can recommend Lignicity without any reservation whatsoever.
sprockethole on Oct 27, 20145 out of 5 stars
Beautiful craftsmanship! Made exactly to order. Even the owners of the local framing shop were impressed!
Anonymous on Feb 2, 20125 out of 5 stars
I love the beeswax finish! Highly recommend Bryce and his work.
Anonymous on Feb 2, 20125 out of 5 stars
Bryce makes gorgeous frames. Everything arrived quickly and in perfect condition. I highly recommend! Thanks Bryce!
Anonymous on Jan 11, 20125 out of 5 stars
Great seller! Bryce worked with me extensively to create exactly what I wanted (and in a time crunch) and the end result is gorgeous.
I like building things.
I started my woodworking business in January of 2012 and it's been doing quite well, which is good since it's my only source of income. The vast majority of my business is my apocalypse-proof platform bed frames for the locals, with my snazzy hardwood picture frames filling in here and there.
I've been building all kinds of things since I could say "screwdriver." I decided to focus on woodworking because there isn't a job out there that utilizes all of my skills and interests so I needed something that would keep me happy. Unlike most woodworkers, I'm not all that interested in making really high-end stuff (except for my picture frames), as I like the idea that "regular" people can afford my bed frames and other things. I don't like that people who don't have lots of money to spend often end up buying things made of particleboard; what I make costs about the same but it's essentially indestructible.
I'm a photographer too, which is how the picture frame side of the business got started. When you see "walnut picture frame" in a custom frame shop, it's more likely than not a walnut-colored finish over some generic wood. My profit margin is much lower than such places but I really like that when you get a walnut frame from me, it's actually made of solid walnut!
I make my own food-grade beeswax-based finish which enhances the look of the wood without changing its character. I am also now offering shellac as a finish option which is much more glossy than the beeswax. It is 100% natural, in fact, you've eaten it on fruit and pill coatings.
Many of my photographs were made on my yearly winter adventures from the northwest to see my family in Arizona. I four-wheel my way to hot springs, endure snowstorms and rain, sleep in 10 degree cold in the back of my solar panel-equipped truck, and go through lots of film along the way, especially in Death Valley. I made my other photos in Yellowstone, Humboldt (where I used to live), and Oregon.
Important note: there is natural variation in the woods I use for my frames, especially red cedar. No two frames are exactly alike. Also, some woods change color over time. My red cedar frames are initially purple but quickly age to red and eventually end up as a medium red with a bit of brown. Cherry starts out golden but ages to a brownish-red after a few months. Exposure to sunlight accelerates the aging process but the woods that change color will do so eventually even with only indirect light.
*my e-shop, as it were. My "real" shop is full of woodworking machinery.
Accepted payment methods
Returns and exchanges
My frames are not mass-produced to look exactly the same. They are made of wood with natural variation, which I think is part of their allure. I do my best to make things pretty consistent with what you see in the item photos but ultimately it isn't entirely up to me, especially with some woods like red cedar.
If it is extremely important to you that your frames look a very specific way, send me a message about that BEFORE ordering. I can accommodate most reasonable requests but I will not issue refunds for items because they look slightly different from the pictures.
I accept Paypal, cashier's checks, and money orders.
Additional policies and FAQs
I can make almost any frame one desires, including big frames for stretched canvas, frames with wood or silver inlay, etc.
I can customize picture frames for you in almost any imaginable way; the listings you see in my shop are examples of what I can do but don't feel that you are limited to what you see here. I can make you a three-sided frame four inches thick with a garnet-tinted finish if you want.
If you want to make your own frame(s) but want to use real wood, I can make picture frame molding with or without the finish, in your choice of profiles. Gluing and reinforcing my assembled frames takes a lot of time, so buying ready-to-assemble molding from me is a less expensive way to go.
I am very much open to selling my frames in wholesale lots. I took a production-minded approach when building my wood shop, so I can produce frames in quantity relatively quickly without sacrificing quality.