DISPLAY LIKE A PRO

Below are some fun tips and techniques to hang and display your art like a pro. Please reach out to us at info@giridesigns.com if you have any questions about this guide.

THE RIGHT HEIGHT

Many make the mistake of hanging their art too high. The center of your artwork should fall at about the viewer's eye level. A good rule of thumb is to hang your art so the mid-point is about 57 inches high. If the room has tall ceilings, you can display it a little higher. Pictured is Stark by Dan Hobday.

LEAN IT

Forget making holes in your walls. If you have an empty mantel, bench, table, or shelf simply lean your artwork against the wall for a sophisticated and textural look. Pictured here is Geometric Print #16 by KLSY Studios

FILL A STAIRCASE

A staircase wall is the perfect place to display a collection of artwork. Stagger varying sizes and styles on an incline to parallel your steps.

PLAY WITH sizes

Catch the eyes of your guests by playing with asymmetry and mismatched sizes when displaying your art. Pictured here is Atelier by Gallery Al

GALLERY WALL

Mix and match art styles, frames, and sizes to create an eclectic gallery wall. Make it cohesive by using unifying colors, frames, or themes. Pro tip: avoid making needless holes in your wall by cutting out newspaper the size of your art and using painter's tape to visualize your plan. Or simply use no-damage wall hangers. Pictured here is Red by Gallery Al

SINGULAR STATEMENT

You don't need to hang multiple pieces of art to create an eye-catching statement. Hang one large and bold print to grab an on-looker's attention. Pictured here is Bold Brush by Lisa Nohren

OVER YOUR BED

Add some personality to your bedroom decor by displaying your favorite artwork over your bed. There's no better room to transform into a space that feels truly yours than where you sleep. Pictured here is Escape by Dan Hobday

THE RIGHT HEIGHT

Many make the mistake of hanging their art too high. The center of your artwork should fall at about the viewer's eye level. A good rule of thumb is to hang your art so the mid-point is about 57 inches high. If the room has tall ceilings, you can display it a little higher. Pictured above is Stark by Dan Hobday.

LEAN IT

Forget making holes in your walls. If you have an empty mantel, bench, table, or shelf simply lean your artwork against the wall for a sophisticated and textural look. Pictured above is Geometric Print #16 by KLSY Studios

FILL A STAIRCASE

A staircase wall is the perfect place to display a collection of artwork. Stagger varying sizes and styles on an incline to parallel your steps.

PLAY WITH SIZES

Catch the eyes of your guests by playing with asymmetry and mismatched sizes when displaying your art. Pictured above is Atelier by Gallery Al

GALLERY WALL

Mix and match art styles, frames, and sizes to create an eclectic gallery wall. Make it cohesive by using unifying colors, frames, or themes. Avoid making needless holes in your wall by cutting out newspaper the size of your art and using painter's tape to visualize your plan. Pictured above is Red by Gallery Al

SINGULAR STATEMENT

You don't need to hang multiple pieces of art to create an eye-catching statement. Hang one large and bold print to grab an on-looker's attention. Pictured above is Bold Brush by Lisa Nohren

OVER YOUR BED

Add some personality to your bedroom decor by displaying your favorite artwork over your bed. There's no better room to transform into a space that feels truly yours than where you sleep. Pictured above is Escape by Dan Hobday

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