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Frames and Framers Holds Downtown Grand Opening

From left: Doug Stark, Suzanne Kuziola, Fred Smith, Robert Tillotson, Gian Bellando, Ralph Tarnofsky, Gerry Hilden and Letitia Poon.
Gina Bellando, owner of Frames & Framers
From left: Doug Stark, Suzanne Kuziola, Fred Smith, Robert Tillotson, Gian Bellando, Ralph Tarnofsky, Gerry Hilden and Letitia Poon.

MILLBURN, NJ – After doing business for 30 years on Morris Turnpike in Short Hills, Frames & Framers has moved to Downtown Millburn.  Mayor Robert Tillotson cut the ribbon as the Millburn Chamber of Commerce welcomed owner Gina Bellando to the shop’s new home.

“We felt a little isolated at our old location,” Bellando said.  “We had our regular customers, but not a lot of new people were finding us.  And for an artsy boutique business, we thought it might be nice to be downtown, close to the action.”

While the shop has been open at 12 Main Street for months, Bellando felt the finishing touches on the shop were not really completed until now.  The move also allowed the business to expand into some new service areas besides art framing.  They now offer furniture repair and refinishing as well as art restoration.

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Bellando is an artist and photographer, but began framing in 1978.  She is proud that her shop offers quality framing for all budgets.  Staff designers oversee every project and all of the work is done on premises. 

Frames & Framers: 12 Main Street, Millburn; 973-564-7840.

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