Connect with us

Headlines

Framebridge Debuts First Store

Online company opened its first physical store yesterday

Published

on

Framebridge (Washington, D.C.) opened its first brick-and-mortar storefront Tuesday, March 19, 2019, in Washington, D.C.

The online purveyor of customized picture frames first location is in a 1400-square-foot space on 14th Street. Plans are already in the works for a second shop (also in D.C.), with as many as six more planned for elsewhere this year. 

As the company expands, it is looking to test a range of store sizes and locations. To that end, the second store is only 400 square feet and is located in suburban Bethesda. The company will also test out different options and programs offered in its stores.

According to Washington Business Journal, the company expects the retail forays to serve as a marketing tool and complement its online presence.

Advertisement

SPONSORED VIDEO

Embracing Whole-Brained Thinking in the Design Journey

Strategy needs creative, and creative needs strategy—yep, having both is really the only way of unifying all disciplines with a common vernacular with an eye toward building a strong creative vision that is foundational to the processes. Hear from Bevan Bloemendaal, former VP, Global Environments & Creative Services at Timberland, how to connect the dots between disciplines, claiming and creating a clear differentiation for the brand and ensuring that any asset (experience, product, ad, store, office, home, video, game) is created with intention.

Promoted Headlines

Most Popular