10,092 hanging picture art Contemporary Home Design Photos

Fougeron Architecture FAIA
6 Reviews
21 House
What material is used to hang the art?
Is it a chain? I am looking to hang a modern print in my 1894 home using the picture rail and am not sure what I should use. A silk cord seems to traditional and wire seems to utilitarian
Wall art (sur des fils de métal)
Waistcoting and custom clips for hanging the pictures
I like the way the ceiling color comes down to the picture rail.
light colored wainscotting. art is the showpiece
Hardware used for hanging pictures may be visible or hidden. In this case, the wire and hooks of this picture are visibly hanging from the picture rail.
“Mix contemporary with traditional” — bfrk
Chapman Architects
Chapman Architects
what did you use to hang the pictures??
i think this picture light will fit better for paintings
Interesting way to hang pictures. Pictures could be changed easily to rotate.
a bar to hang changing photographs/art in the hallway
picture lighting ...lighting up the hallway
Yes, why keep the art and visual uniqueness to the rooms? No matter where we're going or how fast or how slow and what time of day and with who or by ourselves we all of us pass through a hallway to get there.
“Hanging system for photos” — dnarayan
deborah Sommers
d. garden collection
Love this idea, what material is used for the wall hanging that keeps it protected from the outside elements?
I love outdoor art. Well done.
Hang abstract artwork on the back of the house.
Outdoor art made of fabric. Easy.
Using art outside gives that unexpected
The art work! Maybe I could make one.
outdoor art - where do you find this?
Want to surprise your guests? Hang a piece of art on your patio wall. This stunning piece from Paris is made of fabric. Yellow accent pillows on the outdoor furniture coordinate with the wall hanging.
pillow can do so much. This one pulls the chartreuse color from the art on the wall and, in doing so, livens up the look of the whole patio.
Pucci is prints, fun, and energy - it's never boring. With a giant Pucci-inspired wall-hanging, this patio makes the most of the fashion brand's lively aesthetic
“Tree in planter surrounded by plants” — micilk
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cool display idea for 2D art.
the way the pictures have been hung made a dull wall look fun
thats one way to display samller peices of art
A simple art wall makes use of collected prints and a drawing (middle) by Ariana Couvinha. This creative display is not only unique, but the simple materials save framing money.
“Pix Hanger.” — ภีรเดช โกตมวรีสุรนารถ
Susan Manrao Design
5 Reviews
Venice Loft
Can you please tell me where I could purchase the wall art from? (Or similar art) Does the rope that it hangs from come with the painting? Or was that done by someone?
How do I hang art, this same exact way?
do you have instructions on how to put this hanging frame holder together?
Beautiful way of hanging a painting. Great job!
that hangs the pic, perfect for the dining room.
Rope to hang large art with high ceiling. Chandelier.
The way of hang up arts
How to hand the art with rope etc
Love how the picture is hung
pulley rope presentation for dropped panel/art etc.
treatment for this large oil painting. Create your own twist on this idea using whatever you can find at your local flea market or salvage yard. Try hanging a painting from rope, leather or even an old guitar strap, and suspend it from a vintage hook or architectural element.
“art on the wall” — Nicole White Designs Inc
Beckwith Interiors
5 Reviews
Pool House & Wine Cellar
who is the art work by
It is by my husband Howard Hersh. You can find his art on www.howardhersh.com
Great reference info for hanging artwork
Beckwith InteriorsSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Another rule of thumb for hanging art is to center it at eye level. Consider
Hang pieces at eye level. Most galleries hang their art at average eye level, about 58 inches high. The center of the artwork, not the top of the piece, should be at that height. This means you need to do some math:
Use art to set the tone. Cooler temperatures welcome artwork with warm colors. This piece, consisting of a beautiful melange of deep golden hues combined with wood-toned furniture, increased the temperature in an otherwise cool dining space.
“The painting” — uduak
The Upward Bound House by Vanessa De Vargas
One mirror amongst a wall of pictures.
Art work on wall, different sizes and colors. Nice.
Arranged well, anything can become art. Flea market finds and your own photographs in inexpensive frames can make a striking wall. This wall also includes a mirror and a tray in the mix.
Hang a tray in an art arrangement. A tray with a pretty coral design becomes wall art in a group of framed pieces.
Groupings of collected items or photography elevate the individual items displayed — the grouping itself is artful! I love how these inexpensive framed photos, mirror and coral tray look together in this inspired wall grouping.
“Mirror in there” — soic
Blue Tangerine Art
Wayne Thiebaud Print Display
We recently installed a complex hanging system to display 18 prints from Wayne Thiebaud's book of 'Delights' in a Pacific Heights powder room. Each eclair, cupcake and gateau slice was displayed on a stainless steel backing, and held behind optium plexiglass within a cable grid system. The result was
is the stainless hanging system custom or can it be purchased somewhere? Love it!
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