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Artwork plays a crucial role in enhancing the aesthetics of any interior space, whether it's a grand mirror, a collection of prints, or a budget-friendly "Picasso" find. However, correctly hanging and positioning these artworks is a different challenge altogether. When mishandled, it can result in more harm than good.


To begin with, it's important to select the right style and size of artwork for each specific wall. Additionally, factors like height and positioning should be taken into consideration from a design perspective. Lastly, the actual process of hanging the artwork comes into play, which involves ensuring it is level and securely fastened.


Here are three key considerations to ensure the correct hanging of your artworks:



Decide where you want to hang the art. For example, placing a large mirror with an intricate frame near the entryway can create a striking impact. In the lounge room, a collection of artworks might be the ideal solution. For the hallway, arranging small works in a row provides a wonderful way to showcase family photos. And in the dining room, an oversized statement piece can serve as an engaging conversation starter.


Grouping Artworks

Arranging artworks in groups of four, six, or more can make a powerful statement while achieving the same visual impact as a larger artwork, but at a fraction of the cost. To achieve the desired effect, consider sketching a grid on graph paper to determine the perfect spacing between each piece before hanging them. Alternatively, you can lay them out on the floor to experiment with different arrangements and then measure the distances between them prior to hanging.


Scale Matters

When hanging art above a sideboard or console, ensure that the picture is not larger than the furniture piece itself. A good rule of thumb is to aim for approximately three-fourths of the furniture's width. For expansive walls, opt for a single large artwork or a grid of smaller ones, as a solitary small artwork might appear insufficient on its own.


By taking these factors into account, you can ensure that your artworks are hung correctly, adding charm and personality to your living spaces.

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