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Posted: Friday, October 24, 2008 10:00 pm

Tucked away in an old shopping center on Lower Sacramento Road is The Framer's Cottage, where Patricia Pinnell Bohnak and her husband, Stephen Bohnak, put the finishing touch on both art and memories. Since opening in 1996, The Framer's Cottage has offered custom framing at half off what retail stores charge. When it comes to wall decor, it's not just paintings that look good framed. Shadow boxes are popular. They add depth and character to a room preserving collections of photographs, newspaper clippings, military awards and even baby booties.

Patricia Pinnell Bohnak talks about owning her store and how she went from doing interior design to a framing pro.

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