Do you ever get the feeling that something is wrong with how your living room or any other room in your house is decorated, but you just can’t seem to put your finger on the problem? Here’s a tip that never fails to diagnose the problem.
An easy way to perfect a multiple frame display is to lay them out on the floor to determine the best possible arrangement before hanging. Imagine a vertical line running through the middle of your display.
Arrrggh... I find it so frustrating when I can’t peel a price tag off a picture frame by just pulling it off. Even after trying to scratch it off with my nails, I still end up with a bit of the tag leftover, sticky residue and ruined nails (I'm not a diva, but still).
Have you ever struggled getting a picture frame on a hook or nail on the first try? If so, you know how tricky it is. Each time the hook is missed, one more scratch is added to the wall - you try again and again and again hoping that this time you'll get it. Arghhh!!!!
I love sharing tips and tricks with our blog readers - this simple tip will save you time and potential mistake holes too. When hanging more than one picture frame, start by placing your frames on the floor to figure out the best possible arrangement.
Hanging pictures around the house is all about trial and error, there are no magic rules or one-fits-all rules. There are a few tips though that can help.
Sometimes when you’re renovating, you run into situations like having no hardware on cabinets because it's on back order or otherwise delayed. That's exactly what happened to me, and it was driving me crazy every time I tried to open the cabinets. Until my contractor suggested a simple trick.
One of the most often asked questions we get is “How high or how low should I hang artwork above my headboard?” Framed artwork looks great over a headboard when placed properly — here’s what to do and what to avoid:
Direct sunlight can damage and fade artwork, but there are few ways you can protect your favorite pieces without having to leave sunny walls blank.