Have you ever wondered if you can follow the concept in museums and art galleries, and do the same thing in your space? The answer is yes, you can and we have a few picture hangers to recommend to make that happen.
If you’ve been following the Picture Hang Blog for a while, you’d know that choosing the right picture hangersinvolves knowing what wall type you have. But how is that possible if you don't know the difference between each type of wall?
You know when you’re working, and you get thrown off because something is not in its place? You have to find it. You waste some time. Then suddenly, your mood is ruined, and you don’t want to do anything anymore.
It’s no secret that there are a lot of ways to hang pictures on the wall and a lot of hanging hardware that can help make that happen. The problem is that most picture hangers require holes on the wall.
So, what if you want to keep your wall in pristine condition?
Knowing what picture hanger is best for hanging large and heavy objects is very important. You should be able to hang things on the wallwith confidence, not fear.
When you have something big to hang, using the French Cleathanging method is the way to go. French Cleats are composed of two beveled pieces of wood or metal. They are designed to interlock with each other to hang frames and decor on the wall.