Nowadays when you buy a canvas, it rarely comes with any hanging hardware which can be very frustrating. And no, it's not safe to hang it by the frame because it could easily fall off the wall. So what do you do?
This bedroom is very spacious, but it was also very dated. After 17 years of enjoying the old cottage, my husband and I finally bit the bullet and renovated. New flooring, a fresh coat of paint and different furniture placement that's all that was needed to transform this master into a peaceful retreat.
Considering the amount of time we spend at our desks, it makes sense to have something pretty and interesting to look at, don't you think? You're lucky if you have a window to gaze out of, but those can be limited in office settings. So, if you're staring at a blank wall all day, how about jazzing it up with art and adding accessories to your work space? We had fun with ours by hanging a trendy black glasses frame, a white canvas and a super large clock - after all you need to know when it's time to log off.
Imagine if you could hang a gorgeous gallery of 12 frames like this one without using a hammer and nails... How is this possible you ask?! Well, it’s easy. You do it with frames that you simply push into the wall to hang. I know, I know, it sounds too good to be true - but in this case, it IS true.
Let's face it - if you're renting, you're probably hesitant to put too many holes in the walls for fear of not getting your damage deposit back, right? So how do you temporarily spruce up an apartment without sacrificing style? Do it with art! In my case, I did it with Rudolph. (He's become quite the fixture - in my blog posts, and on my wall)!
Hanging a large mirror can be a real pain. They're usually fitted with a pair of D-Rings to distribute the weight on two contact points, which increases the level of complexity and frustration. Let me show you how I hung this mirror without using a measuring tape or marking the wall with a pencil – and without losing my sanity.
We’re about to shake up the world of picture hanging and we want you to be part of it. Picture hanging hasn’t changed in a hundred years, and we want to fix that. We’ve designed revolutionary technology that lets you simply push frames into the wall to hang them. I know – it seems impossible – but it’s true! The frames feature custom brackets in the top corners, allowing you to hang the frames quickly and securely – no need for a hammer or nail.
I'm beyond thrilled (ok, I'm ecstatic) to announce that we're now selling our products at Lowe's stores across the USA. Wow! I have to pinch myself to make sure that I'm not dreaming.
When you think of a door stop, the first thing that comes to mind is probably a boring brown wedge that you kick under the door. Well, things have changed. Meet Stoppy, a doorstop that you won’t be ashamed to have in your house and won’t have to hide when guests come over.
I love hanging stuff by myself because I don't have to wait for anyone to help me. When I buy something for my walls I usually hang it up right away. None of that nonsense where things sit on the floor for weeks before it gets hung.
The other day I was hanging some picture frames in a bathroom and despite all my careful calculations, my frames didn't line up. I couldn't believe it! What happened?
Hanging one canvas on its own is usually pretty straightforward. Where things get complicated is when you want to hang a group of them together. The thought of lining up three or more canvas in a perfect row is unthinkable for most of us.
We all know how frustrating hanging pictures can be, and often pictures can sit on floors for months before homeowners get the nerve to tackle this daunting task.
Deciding what to hang in a bedroom can be a real nightmare. What color, what theme, what size of art, how many pieces and what's the overall feeling you want to create.