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Cynthia Lynn Photography
6 Reviews
The Everygirl
Ideabooks9,260
Questions6
I love the photos and poster idea
2. Hang your photos salon-styleHanging photos and art salon-style is an on-trend way to keep your prints firmly on display. Choose a selection of mismatched frames of different shapes, styles and sizes, then bunch them together in rows and hang for an eye-popping wall that’s
“Pared” — farahfuentes
breda
Breda Clifford
Ideabooks5,161
Questions5
Great photo layout. Where'd you get the frames?
Photo wall with horizontal and vertical prints
More: “When I hang photos myself, I use an easy trick
“When I hang photos myself, I use an easy trick,” says Mughannam. “I arrange the photos on a big sheet of kraft paper. When I have them as I want them, I trace them. I tape the paper to
Vertical, horizontal, vertical, horizontal. . . Also, hanging pictures by putting them on kraft paper first, tracing outline, taping up, use a nail to mark the spot where the hangers should go.
More: “When I hang photos myself, I use an easy trick,” says Mughannam. “I arrange the photos on a big sheet of kraft paper. When I have them as I want them, I trace them. I tape the paper to the wall with painter’s tape and use a nail to mark the spot where I want to place my hangers. I take the paper
“photo wall” — aarincurtis
Paula Grace Designs, Inc.
20 Reviews
Arts Council Showhouse Library 1
Ideabooks2,548
Questions8
How did you hang the picture below the picture? Does it hang from the picture railing too?
What are the paintings hanging on and from?
What kind of material are the paintings hanging from, and is there a hook or something just out of view from which they are suspended? Nice look!
hang photos with ribbonn not wire
museum or old way of hanging from picture trim at ceiling.
Cute hanging photos - could line them up equally from top of frame
the ceiling, this allows art to be hung along plaster walls without ever needing to add holes. This offers the chance to get creative with what you hang it with. While simple picture wire will do, why not take it to another level with rope, chain or a cloth cord cover?
“love combo of colors...dont like hangers” — cbcurtin
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
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Nest Architectural Design, Inc.
3 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks11,361
Questions11
i have 3 long rectangular art work , my wall are pretty high, how do i hang them.
hang pics, center of pic 57-60 inches from floor
Hang artwork at the right height. Galleries and museums hang artwork so that the midline (center) of each piece is 57
ceilings soar, there might be a tendency to hang the art higher. But remember: It needs to relate to human scale, not the structure’s scale.
Nest Architectural Design, Inc. Save to Ideabook Email Photo 3. Hang artwork at the right height. Galleries and museums hang artwork so that the midline (center)
there might be a tendency to hang the art higher. But remember: It needs to relate to human scale, not the structure’s scale. If you’re not sure, take a picture. It’s remarkable how much a photo can reveal. Print it out or use Photoshop or an app to draw on the photo. This can give you a sense of whether
“Paint” — alehsor
Viscusi Elson Interior Design - Gina Viscusi Elson
Breakers Beach House
Ideabooks10,135
Questions8
i love the photo frame....what is it made of and how are the photos attatched?
Where can I purchase the "photo fence" shown in this picture?
any tips you could share on how the fence/photo project is best completed would be appreciated
to that wall hanging a few years ago! DANG! I thought I had a one of a kind. Mine is weathered, not painted; and I have one section for each kid, one for my husband and I, and one main family/extended family section.
I love that fence photo! That is so amazing
attention-grabbing display makes this beachy living room seriously fun. Head to your local hardware store for fence palings and wire, and attach the photos with a hot glue gun – found at any craft store. Easy!
“picture ideas” — Garen Molatore
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Joanna Madden
Ideabooks1,748
Questions1
Photo: Rikki Snyder © 2014 Houzz
Rikki SnyderSave to IdeabookEmail Photo On another studio wall hangs a gallery of vintage floral oil paintings found at flea markets. “Usually they come in ugly, cheap frames,” Madden says. “So I take them out and hang them with large vintage binder clips.”
They used clips to hang the art. Use outside???? will they rust???
Idea for hanging art and bookcase on the side
Some of my photos glued to poster board and hung with bulldog clips on office (?) walls
Bulldog clips to hang art, various colorful flower paintings, interesting shelf contents
On another studio wall hangs a gallery of vintage floral oil paintings found at flea markets. “Usually they come in ugly, cheap frames,” Madden says. “So I take them out and hang them with large vintage binder clips.”
“Colcadera de cuadros” — farahfuentes
Dawna Jones Design
Dawna Jones Design
Ideabooks7,145
Questions11
Why bother publicly posting photos when you don't care enough to answer the questions?
Info on hanging photos in a grid!
Photos contrast black Frames on white wall
hang art in a grid. keep about 2 to 3 inches between frames
3. Hang art in a grid. Hanging a grid of photos is a great way to make a big statement while still keeping the focus on the individual photos. A symmetrical grid take some additional time and math. Have patience. Keep about 2 to 3 inches between frames.
“Stairs” — toohey
Christine Markatos Design
Hawaii Home
Ideabooks1,025
Questions0
Photos lined up on the wall
Picture frames to display photo collection
Similar Colouring of photos
Manhattan photo collage?
Hanging photo collectiom
Photos behind couch...Wall photos...Photo wall...photos on wall...Photo layout...surf photos
“Hawaii look with grey yellow” — iyama
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