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For the best effect and viewing pleasure your artwork and pictures should be hung at the eye-level of the average person in the room.


If you are hanging pictures in a room where more time is spent seated than standing, eye-level should be lower.

You should always avoid hanging picture too high!

Hang smaller, more detailed pictures in small spaces such as hallways and corridors, where impact is less important than content. These places are also good for when the artwork is best enjoyed up close.

Larger, ‘atmospheric’ art and big pictures require more room to enable the viewer to stand back, appreciate and enjoy.

Hanging larger pictures opposite the entrance to a room or at the end of a corridor will provide much more impact and the art becomes a fabulous statement to compliment to your furnishings and overall interior design.

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