|If you can still do this after joint picture hanging session, |
the marriage should be a long and happy one.
|A full-scale mockup, and|
probably too much of a
|Any of these are better than a simple nail driven into drywall.|
|If simplicity is your "thing"...|
|Be prepared for sore fingers or needle-nose plyers when using the tiny nail mounted sawtooth bracket. I prefer the brackets at the |
bottom with their own "nails" attached.
|Use two strands of wire for heavy work.|
|Artwork must be hung in relationship to other items placed |
against the same wall to create a unified presentation. Here
the works are not only too high, but too far apart as well.
|This painting is hung about a foot too high.|
Even to the untrained eye, this looks bad.
|Some of about a zillion possibilities.|
|Ideal for an ever-changing display of children's art--thus freeing|
up the refrigerator door for shopping lists and phone messages.
|Dining room art is often displayed at|
the eye-level of seated viewers.
|Wallpaper, especially that bearing strong|
geometric patterning, should be left unadorned.
Why hang one work of art in front of another?
|Not a display grouping, but visual clutter.|