How to Hang Wall Art When Staging a Home

How to Hang Wall Art When Staging a Home

Tips to Hanging Wall Art for your Home

Having walls of empty white space can make it intimidating to get creative with your décor. These key concepts will direct you down the right path to perking up your living space.

Key Concepts to Hanging Wall Art

• Keep it straight and level.
• Balance so you do not end up with the leaning town of Pisa on your walls.
• Height at Eye Level.
• Proportion to your furnishings surrounding it.
• Light and color to really show the best of your décor.

Some basic tools will help you accomplish the above such as a level and pencil to keep things straight. A measuring taps is good to use when planning the spacing of your art. A drill, screwdriver, hammer, and nails as your basic essentials to keeping your art on the wall.

Hanging Styles

This listing of hanging styles may help find where your style fits best.

The Eccentric – This style is far from simple and adds in multi-dimensional elements to get the best impact. A combination of various styles and themes all combined on a single wall.

The Grid – This style is minimal, clean and neat, with a geometrical style arrangement. If your wall art is similar in style and size, the grid may be your style. Best suited in environments where OCD people live with organized clean rows of things.

The Anchor – This style offers balance to a room. A single statement piece is added that brings about togetherness with large scale furnishings such as a sofa, bed, or table.

The Bohemian – Similar to a salon style arrangement, the middle of this area is presented at eye level and build around with different sized pieces and a cohesive theme. This can offer your home a sense of personality.

The Gallerist – This is a style best suited for similar color schemes and narratives. Offering your wall some breathing room and best suiting hallways, long pieces of furniture, or linear spaces with some added style.

The Casualist – This is a throw together style with casual frames leaning against a shelf or piece
of furniture. Artwork can be exchanged out frequently without placing to many holes in the
Posted on Jun 19, 2013


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