Have you ever gone into someone’s home and all the pictures are hanging just below the ceiling line？ Well， we would like to help you with tips on learning to hang wall art. The rules are fairly simple and it is truly not as complicated as it appears.
1. How high do I hang my picture？funny pillow cases
A good rule of thumb is to hang the center picture at eye level. And what does that mean？ You could be 5 feet tall and the person hanging the picture could be 6 feet tall.
Most pictures should be hung with the center of the picture， plaque or？clock？about 60 inches up from the floor. This height is considered an average viewing area for most people. And most art galleries follow that rule.
2. What if I want to hang a group of pictures on the wall？
One easy way to position the pictures is to lay them out on a large piece of paper on the floor. Decide which print will be in the center and work out from there. Once you are happy with your arrangement， trace around the frames marking the position of the hangers. Then hang the paper on the wallpersonalized baby gifts， placing the center of the middle print at 60 inches from the floor and marking the position of all the hangers. It is truly the easiest way to hang a group of prints. If you are hanging the prints in a straight line make sure there is equal space between the prints and use a level to keep things straight.
3. What makes a collection of prints work？
Try keeping the frames similar or perhaps the matting the same. Another way to keep everything together is to have similar themes or complimentary colors in the prints. When the prints are not the same size， keep a common theme.
If something looks out of place， chances are – it is. Try selecting another replacement until you feel the arrangement works.
4. Can I hang something other than just prints？
Absolutely! For an example， try a vignette of antique door knobs， door knockers and antique keys over a table by the front door. If you wish， you can add some photos of front doors to the mix. For a personal statement， maybe you can take the front door photos yourself.
Having a variety of objects that are connected in some way adds interest， style and personality. This is just an example of creating a collection， the sky is the limit – so let your imagination go!
Here are a few guidelines that are invaluable when planning to hang wall art：
We hope these tips will make hanging wall art less intimidating. These are practical solutions to the most commonly asked questions. If you have a specific problem， please contact Style Studio and we will be happy to answer your questions.
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