One of the quickest, sure fire ways of ruining the look and feeling of a space is hanging your Art incorrectly. By this I mean the hideous effect hanging something way to high or way to low has on your environment (creating the effect of the Lilliputians or the Brobdingnagians). It immediately throws off the scale and balance of everything in a room, drawing glaring attention to any and every flaw in a room, and thereby minimizing any presence the Artwork actually has itself. Even for the less detail oriented viewer it is jarring.
So, How high should it be mounted on the wall?
How should your Art be arranged with other pieces to create an inspired statement that personifies the feeling of who and what you want to convey?
Last but NOT least, how can you be sure that you have hung your Artwork in a safe and secure manner that won’t end up crashing to the floor while you are having a Dinner Party, or worse yet on top of you or a guest while sitting?
Whether you decide to do your grouping haphazard, grid like, asymmetric, symmetric, wall to wall and floor to ceiling, the key is to try it. There really is no one correct opinion so feel free to experiment and try a variety of looks. You can use a variety of frames, sizes and finishes OR repeat the same frame size and finish but vary the Art work within. Art Installer network is available to make it easy for you to find the profession art services that are frequently required to protect artworks and art collections
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