How to … Hang Wall Art

Hanging wall art is no easy task. Follow these three rules from designer Phoebe Howard
Josh Savage Gibson
When all the pieces are the same size and shape, consider hanging them in a symmetrical pattern, says Howard. “It’s an easy way to make a powerful impact,” she says. Take measurements and use a level, she adds, before nailing anything into the wall.

Hanging wall art in a way that looks stylish and cohesive can be challenging. These three local rooms—clockwise from top: Mrs. Howard and Max & Company’s Charlotte store; a powder room by Lisa Sherry Interieurs; and a stairway by interior designer Phoebe Howard—achieve the seamless look. But how can you do it in your home without it looking like a mishmash of frames? Heed these tips from Howard













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