With McRahmen.de, Artvera has realized a completely new concept for the frame retailer.
So far, such an innovative business idea in the frame industry did not yet exist. For customers, the convenience of ordering an Internet connects with a shopping trip in a real store. On September 3, 2010, the first McRahmen branch was officially opened at the Kantstraße in Berlin-Charlottenburg.
If you enter the shop, you immediately notice the frame samples on the walls. There are up to 1,200. Customers can choose the right frame. They just walk to the wall, find the type of frame that suits them the most and go to the sales counter. There, the angle is scanned and immediately the customer can specify the desired size and design of the frame. In addition, it is possible to select the right frame glass. In order to get a better idea of his picture motif in the frame, the pictures can be displayed on the big screen in the frame of your choice.
The images can be brought in digital form on USB sticks or memory cards as well as on paper. Paper images are easily scanned and then displayed in the frame. You will hardly find more clarity buying frames then here. On the one hand, you can directly touch the frame as a sample, on the other hand, you can clearly see on the screen what the frame and picture together will look like.
If you have generated your dream frame, it will be ordered afterwards. Payment is either by credit card or cash at the desk.
Throughout the selection and ordering process, the experienced McRahmen employees are available to answer further questions. Other services such as framing pictures in the finished frame are also available on site.
The ordered frames can be picked up either directly at McRahmen.de or be delivered to the your front door.
The frame manufacturers
For this new concept Artvera was able to win an excellent selection of quality manufacturers. At McRahmen.de, in addition to the well-known wooden frames by Aicham Larson-Juhl, picture frames by Roggenkamp or DEHA Design are also available. Aluminium frames by Nielsen are represented as well as frames by effect, Walther or Accent.