Saturday, May 15, 2010

Highlights from 'Hanging Around' a mini interior design workshop

As I promised to the readers of the full article this blog contains highlights from the mini interior design workshop ‘Hanging Around: ‘How to select and position Art Work’. They say a picture is worth a thousand words.  

Large paintings or mirrors look better when they are hung on their own

Small paintings work better when hung in groups

Groups need to have a dominant directional line

There are common mistakes made when hanging art work
  • Paintings placed too high on the wall
  • Hanging fixtures are allowed to be seen
  • Two or more paintings are often spaced incorrectly

You can view the full article at

You can also email me at for your free copy of the mini interior design eBook ‘Hanging Around’

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