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Casa Quickie: Lean Back

I've talked a bit in the past about various ways you can hang art in your home. But that's not the only solution to your home gallery woes. As you can see, leaning artwork against a wall can be as gorgeous as hanging it at eye level. If you own large-scale artwork, simply setting it against a blank wall can make a major impact. It offers a less formal look, but it also looks fresh and modern. If you want to get really crazy, try leaning smaller paintings and framed photographs in front of larger ones. Another benefit is that you can easily switch out your pieces, creating a rotating gallery to keep your space from looking stale.

Photo by Manny Rodriguez

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GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 6 years
Interesting. I like the tone-on-tone of this interior. Nicely done.
c4rolin3 c4rolin3 6 years
i do like it....but i think in some spaces it may look like you've just moved in or just bought the pieces and haven't had the time to hang them yet or are waiting for someone to come do it for you!
c4rolin3 c4rolin3 6 years
i do like it.... but i think in some spaces it may look like you've just moved in or just bought the pieces and haven't had the time to hang them yet or are waiting for someone to come do it for you!
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