The wall of the room, the hall, the bedroom or bath, tips to hang your pictures in an impeccable way.
The wall of the room is empty and looks boring? Put hands to work and transform it, with these ‘tips’ for perfect placement of your pictures.
The wall of your dreams in 3, 2, 1…
Dara Segal, founder of the company’s custom framing, Simply Framed, explains how to decorate a wall with photos or pictures.
1) put your portraits framed in the floor, and rehearses different ways to accommodate them. ‘Tip’ infallible: if they are of different shapes and sizes, don’t try to group them according to this criterion. Better, mix all parts. If you have any doubts, usually just locate the largest in the Center box and others to its around. If, on the other hand, the items are of equal shape and size, accommodate them as forming a grid.
(2) draw the silhouette of each box with a pencil on a newspaper. Mark the paper where ubicarás stands, and indicates the orientation (vertical or horizontal) part, with an arrow. Cut each shape.
(3) with ‘masking tape’ fixed wall, starting with the Center cuts. Place the nails on the places marked on the newspaper. Discarded paper, and hang your pictures!
On his blog, Jenna Burger interior designer suggests to consider the size of the wall to choose what to hang on it. Where are narrow, you should place small pictures or photos. The same proportional rule applies when the walls are large: if not hang pieces to the surface, it will not look.
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‘ Hanging strips’. They are special adhesives to withstand the weight of boxes. Unlike the nails, they serve for a variety of surfaces too hard to hammer, for example, and also removed easily, without leaving marks.
Adhesive ‘ Hanger’. Hook-shaped design fits perfect with the structure of some picture frames and picture frames that you prefer to hang (literally), rather than adhering to the wall.
‘Do’s and don ‘ts’
‘Do’: it is natural to see photos in white and black along with other color, because they refer to different generations of the family, says Segal. Go ahead! Merges without fear.
‘ Don ‘t’: there are two positions around wedding photos. Some consider them personal memories and prefer to keep them in your room. Others are eager to share your special day with your guests. Either way, it is perfectly proper that you include a portrait in your ‘living’, provided it is not so large it to hijack the focus of attention. It is printing the photo at a maximum size of 11 x 14 inches (28 x 35 cm), says Segal.
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