How to Hang a Picture : Asymmetrical Design Schemes for Wall Hangings

How to Hang a Picture : Asymmetrical Design Schemes for Wall Hangings


My name is Craig Hale. I am an interior decorator
and on behalf of Expert Village.com, I am going to help you hang pictures on your wall
and create interest without spending a whole lot of money. So you do not have two great
wall sconces to hang on either side of your great art print that you have found. But you
do have a really awesome basket that you have found that you just absolutely love and this
really cool cross that somebody found and gave to you for a birthday present. Obviously
when you hang on either side of the print, it does not look that great because your balance
is not there and one object is way bigger than the other. So an easy solution to do
is instead of doing a symmetrical scheme to do an asymmetrical scheme and basically what
you will do is simply hang one over the other and why this works is because by grouping
the two smaller objects and filling in the space, you are counter balancing the heaviness
of the large print and so by using an asymmetrical balance you can use desperate objects to create
a cohesive hole.

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