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.

Wood frames require special picture hangers. In this article, we break down the different kinds of wood frame hangers — d-rings, strap hangers, and more.

Hanging stuff onconcrete wallsisn’t that hard, but why do people think it’s rocket science? In this article, we want to share 3 different and easy ways to hang pictures and art on a concrete wall. We will also explore a little bit about the different types of masonry hardware for future reference. 

A lot of folks come to us and say that hanging things on the wall can be pretty intimidating. But what if we told you that it only takes about 5 minutes and that it’s easier than baking a cake?

Setting up your own wall display at home is actually super simple. It even makes for an exciting DIY project that doesn’t eat up too much of your time. Here are 4 cleverpicture hanging ideasthat you can try at home.

Imagine one of your precious art pieces crashing to the floor.The hard work, the money, the time and effortall out the window!

If you have an expensive artwork on your hands and you’re not sure what to do, we’re happy to guide you through it. Here are 9 common art handling mistakes and what you can do to avoid them.

We love a good art exhibit. They’re inspiring and soothing and peaceful…until you have to organize one yourself. 

All of a sudden, you have to curate, plan the art handling, choose your hanging methods, shop forpicture hangers andwhoa...where do you even start?

What do dogs and French cleats have in common? Well, they're both fun to work with, they’re incredibly reliable, and they both make life so much easier! French cleats are your best friends when it comes to hanging hardware. They’re so flexible that you can use them for both aesthetic and functional purposes.

Bare walls are the easiest thing to personalize...said no one ever.

We know, we know...choosing what pictures to hang and where to hang them  can be overwhelming.But don’t worry, hanging picture framesand wall decor is actually easy when you know how to do it with the right tools and hardware. Here's how!

Hanging something on the wall sounds pretty simple until looking for the right hardware becomes a guessing game. D-rings, cleats, sawtooth hangers, oh my…even if you’ve narrowed it down to a sawtooth hanger, which one do you use? 

Living in a house built in the 40’s? You probably have plaster walls, and picture hanging might be a little different for you.

The biggest challenge in dealing with plaster walls is that this type of wall is more brittle than, say, drywall or concrete. To help you get started, here’s everything you need to know about  plaster walls and how you can hang pictures on them the right way.

Hanging a large mirror is one of the best ways to liven up an empty wall. You can always rely on them to add some much-needed pizzazz to any space. 

The thing is, hanging something big and breakable can be quite intimidating for most folks. But don’t worry, that’s where we come in.

In this article, we’ll teach you how to hang a heavy mirror in 5 easy steps.