Look! Trio Of Hanging Frames

Look! Trio Of Hanging Frames

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Sarah Rae Smith
Nov 18, 2008

Tired of putting multiple nail holes in the wall? So were these homeowners in Kansas City. They display their artwork on a railing that blends right in with the wall. Click through the jump for a better look at this trio of hanging frames (which is totally interchangeable and can be added to whenever the mood strikes!)

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In this method of hanging artwork on the wall a rail is used along with small hooks that slide across wherever they are needed. The rail and the hooks are painted the same color as the wall to make the installation minimal to the eye.

In this case, the photographer (Steve Schaub of Kansas City) used three different lengths of fishing line to make the pieces appear to float on the wall.

We think it's a great way to allow yourself to have an art collection without putting a new hole in the wall each time a new piece is brought home. Great job!

(Photos by Sarahrae)

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