Art demand boom sees Fantastic Framing Australia open new store in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs

 

Despite the pandemic, lockdowns and closing of retail stores, the Australian-owned Art Framing Franchise Fantastic Framing has opened the doors of a new store at Rose Bay in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs.

 

 

Despite the pandemic, lockdowns and closing of retail stores, the Australian-owned art framing franchise Fantastic Framing has opened the doors of a new store at Rose Bay in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.

 

The store opened on Monday, 17 January 2022 and comes at a time when retail begins to flow again in spite of Omicron challenges and after eastern seaboard lockdowns last year. 

 

Avi Efrat, the owner of the Fantastic Framing franchise, is excited to help bring colour and spirit back into people’s lives through his art framing services. 

 

Efrat says renewed demand was what prompted him to open the new store in Rose Bay and the support from the local community over lockdown made all the difference to the business’s survival. 

 

Efrat says “The eastern suburbs is an area that keeps up with interior design and art trends, and with my experience specialising in interior design and art, I am excited to share my services and knowledge with my customers.”

 

An integral part of Efrat’s business is giving back a large percentage of profit back to artists and giving loyal employees shares in the business.

 

“We wouldn’t be where we are today without our incredible artists and hardworking staff.”

 

The opening of the Rose Bay store is a stepping stone in Efrat’s dream of transforming the art world. He hopes that through his franchise he can help clients, artists and other small businesses thrive after the uncertainty of the past two years.