We recently armed you with the rules for hanging just about anything.
But rules are meant to be broken. Here, 11 design ideas to get you thinking outside
the box (and sometimes even the frame).
HUNG WITH A BOW
This sweet (OK, slightly sentimental) technique works especially well
with black-and-white photography.
Great for posters, postcards--heck, even ticket stubs.
Vary the size of the items on your clothesline to make for interesting visual effect.
To keep this looking intentional (and not like your to-do list), go for a series of complementary pieces hung one on top of the other.
This gives off a quirkier, Etsy-cool-girl vibe.
Your guests will feel like they've stumbled into an artist's studio.
Formal art-hanging law says pieces should be hung at eye-level, but a low hang gives a cool,
downtown gallery aesthetic.
We particularly love this approach for old family photos.
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