Best Ways to Hang pictures


Create a Pattern

Creating a pattern with the hanging pictures will give the room a decent style and sharp look. If you are hanging 2 or three pictures of the same size, had them in a straight horizontal line above a couch. It will give the room a sleek look. You can also arrange them vertically in salon-style if you are dealing with 5 or more pictures.

Create a Pattern

Written by Jeffrey Green
8 months ago

DIY Picture Hanger

To make a picture or phots hanger, you will need several 2 feet long sticks. Use a hot glue gun to stick the sticks in a crisscross pattern on top of each other. This serves as the base for putting pictures. Hang it on the wall with the help of a nail and hammer or use sticky wall hooks.

Punch holes in the pictures and photos you would like to hang on the wall and use small pieces of strings or wool to tie them to the sticks. You can hang them randomly or in a certain pattern. The DIY picture hanger would look funky and cool. The best thing about this picture hanger is that you can change pictures whenever you like.

Written by Erica Mullins
2 years ago

Stick Photos on the Wall

Use photos and pictures to make a memory heart on the wall. Use double-sided tape on the backside of the photos you want to put on the walls. You don’t need photo frames because the pictures, paintings, or photos will go directly on the wall. Draw a large heart on the wall that should fit all the photos. Try to stay within the heart and near the lines when sticking photos. You can also stick them in diamond, circle, or square shapes. 

Written by Moises West
1 year ago

Get Creative with the Markings

When you want to hang a picture, you should visualize what is the perfect spot and how you should make the pictures appear better. When there is more than one picture involved, you would also need a measuring tape to use the space efficiently. Mark where the nail for each picture should be. To be precise, hold the frame on the wall, and with an erasable pencil, draw the sides of the frame marking the space it will take. This will give you a better understanding of how the result would appear. 

Written by Stan White
9 months ago

Funky Look

To give the room a funky and cozy look, arrange the pictures in the salon-style. The salon-style has only one rule, the distance between each picture should be the same from all sides (you can skip this rule if you want to).

The height, position, and size of the frames don’t matter. You might not want to ruin your wall, especially when you get bored easily, therefore it is recommended to use wall hooks for hanging pictures. The adhesive wall hooks can endure a weight of 1 to 5 kg easily.Funky Look

Written by Melvin Shaw
2 months ago

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