About the building . . .
Frame Your Image is a popular Lehigh Valley frame shop dedicated to help you find the perfect framing for any and all kinds of items. Some people find it daunting to make decisions on framing but I approach it as pure fun and adventure. We will play with different choices of color matting, and styles of frames together. The more people involved the merrier. It also helps to bring wall and fabric samples as well as digital photos.
It is with great pride that I am now in my 25th year here on Main Street Coopersburg. My neighbors and customers are fantastic supporters of this business and I can't thank them enough.
Along with my busy framing business I also feature portrait work by my son Nick Z.
You are most welcome to call or stop by.
"I have been doing business with Frame Your Image for nearly 20 years and there are far too many great things to say about my experience. Cari does smooth and professional work every time. Her eye for color contrast is like no other. Service is very friendly, and the local artistic atmosphere is uplifting. Simply splendid."
"Frame Your Image is awesome. I have been a customer for many years. Cari helps me to make the best decisions about my frame projects."
"Cari does a fabulous job with our photos. I wouldn't ever go any where else."
List of some of our business
and non profit clients
Saucon Valley Country Club
St Lukes Hospital
Southern Lehigh School District
Palisades School District
Southern Lehigh Education Fund
Oblates of St Francis De Sale
Quakertown Community School District
Lenni Lenape Historical Society
Cedar Crest College
Upper Saucon Township
Coopersburg Historical Society
Having grown up in Lexington Massachusetts where history abounds, it is fitting to find myself comfortably settled in the oldest house in Coopersburg Borough built in 1790.
Made of stone, the building has 18" thick walls and has been preserved by previous home owners most of
them small business families.
Our local history states that George Bachman who built this house was given 300 acres from William Penn. In the early days Main Street was a well traveled turnpike, it is reported that he had a tavern here.