Hanging artwork

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  • Hanging artworka tutorial

  • A hangs too low, not level with adjoining cabinet bottomA--------------

  • too high, must be at a comfortable viewing height

  • bottom edges level with the cabinet but still a bit too high---------------

  • just right! paper patterns let you play with placement be sure to use tape that will not peel off your wall paint.

  • vertical on left has been placed

    two verticals on right are too low in relation to AA--------------

  • two verticals right are spacedmore evenly in relation to Vertical A

    Gutter (g) between B and C is too high AgBC

  • Using Midline of Vertical A the gutter placement of B and Care determined.

    B and C have the same amountof distance top and bottom(t and b) in relation to Vertical A.

    Gutter (g1) at 9 inches does not match (g2) in 5 inches (measured distance from the corner).

    ABC-----t----bg1g2

  • from patterns to perfection

  • vertical or horizontal? patterns help you seewhat will be most pleasing

  • A and B are too highin relation to the mirror.ABmuch better!

  • Patterns are also helpfulfor heavy objects like mirrorswhich need to be centered

    Patterns can help cut down onhole hanging mistakes

  • double horizontal framesbalance the large mirror

    Odd number placementsare more pleasing then even

  • Opposite corners of artwork balance thevisual weight of the room like a teeter totter!

  • General Design TipsUse paper patterns to determine placement. Odd numbers are more interesting then even. Largest items are seen first in a design when prints are same color. Color is seen first when viewing objects of differing sizes in a group. Adjust gutters, the space between objects, for symmetry. Plan for the viewing height of average person, ----- not tall man or short woman. Look at the overall room for designs that balance each other.