The company has partnered with framing e-commerce shop Framebridge to offer customers a variety of options for displaying pictures and paintings

Target is offering a new service for customers who would rather not pay for a pricey custom framing job for their latest art acquisition and who also don't want to purchase a low-quality standard frame from a store.

The company has teamed up with Framebridge, an e-commerce business that allows users to choose a frame online, send in their photo, painting or other work of art, and have it shipped back framed in three days or less.

Customers can find a range of frames designed with the needs and desires of Target's consumer demographic in mind on the ‘Framebridge for Target‘ microsite. Target is not the only company to partner with Framebridge—Crate & Barrel's CB2 brand and Penguin have also paired up with the business to promote certain products.

Framebridge for Target

Target is offering a new service for customers who would rather not pay for a pricey custom framing job for their latest art acquisition and who also don't want to purchase a low-quality standard frame from a store.

The company has teamed up with Framebridge, an e-commerce business that allows users to choose a frame online, send in their photo, painting or other work of art, and have it shipped back framed in three days or less.

Customers can find a range of frames designed with the needs and desires of Target's consumer demographic in mind on the ‘Framebridge for Target‘ microsite. Target is not the only company to partner with Framebridge—Crate & Barrel's CB2 brand and Penguin have also paired up with the business to promote certain products.