The holidays are just around the corner, which means that you'll soon be rushing around trying to complete all those unfinished design projects around the house. If any of those projects could utilize cheap and easy hanging hardware, we've got a suggestion for you!
We visited a friend to see some of the changes he had recently made to his apartment, and fell in love with the easy yet good-looking hanging elements he had incorporated in his space. Using some inexpensive hardware he found at Ikea, he hung some handmade art on one wall, and then hung a curtain to divide his space in another part. Both projects came off looking modern, masculine and clean! We really thought this hardware could be used to hang up items like all the holiday cards you'll be getting in the mail, other holiday decorations, or temporary curtains in rooms where you'll have guests staying (or where you might need to hide some things if you lack storage!)
He used the Dignitet hardware from Ikea, which ranged in price from $3.99 for corner pieces, $14.99 for the wire and $4.99 for the clips. He also mentioned that the hardware came in two versions, allowing for when you need to hang the wire from a doorway straight or if you wanted to use it in front of a wall at a 90 degree angle.
Have you used this hardware from Ikea before and have any tips or advice? Or, do you have a secret and cheap hanging solution you've used before with sucess? Let us know!