Canvas prints are an excellent way to decorate and personalize your home. They’re versatile, affordable, and available in many different sizes. Printing technology of today is so advanced that just about any photo, graphic, fine art, printed poem or song lyric, or any combination of text and photos looks stunning on stretched canvas wall art prints, especially from Heysweetwallart.
When you’ve chosen the images you want and the sizes of your canvas prints, and once they’ve been delivered to your home, hanging them is simple. There are a few things to consider beforehand, but they’re fairly simple. That’s why we’ve come up with a list of 10 helpful tips to hang your art without making any holes in your walls and other things to think about when hanging your art.
Proper Placement of Wall Art
Wall Space –
The proper arrangement of wall art is a matter of personal preference. The wall space arrangement of wall art is important to the overall look of your home.
Let's start with the basics: when hanging art on a blank wall, it's best to hang it at eye level or lower. This helps create an even flow throughout the room, and it also means that you don't have to look up every time you want to see what's on display.
If you're going for a layered look, then you should think about how high each piece should hang so that they create a pleasing combination when viewed together. While this isn't necessarily an exact science—you can always play around with the height until it feels right—it's good to keep in mind while choosing your pieces.
If you're looking for something more dramatic, go ahead and make one piece stand out from the rest by hanging it higher than the rest or even putting it on its own pedestal. Just remember not to put too much distance between them so that everything flows well together.
Placement Arrangement of Wall Art
Artwork placement can be a tricky thing, especially when you're trying to find that perfect spot for your favorite piece. Whether it's an oversized painting or a small sculpture, there are some things to keep in mind when placing your artwork. Placing art on an empty wall will make the room feel larger and more open. However, if you want to avoid making the room feel cold and empty, consider adding smaller pieces instead of one large piece. If you have an empty wall and are looking for something big and bold, try using a large mirror instead of an original piece of art.
Wall art placement should also take into account the height of your ceilings or floorboards; if they're too high up then it will become hard for people to see what's hanging on them. Hanging artwork too low can make it difficult for people who are sitting down or standing up straight (i.e., not slouching).
When hanging artwork from floor-to-ceiling windows, consider placing them higher up so that they don't block out any sunlight coming through those windows during certain times of day (i.e., early morning/late afternoon).
The composition arrangement of wall art is the arrangement of pictures, paintings, and other decorative items on a wall. There are many types of compositions that can be used to create a beautiful display, such as:
Diagonal Composition: The diagonal composition is one in which the art pieces are arranged in diagonal lines or patterns (diagonally up and down). This type of composition gives the appearance that the room is much bigger than what it actually is.
Horizontal Composition: In this type of composition, all the pieces are arranged horizontally across an entire wall. This type of composition creates a sense of calmness and serenity in any room.
Vertical Composition: In this type of composition, all pieces are stacked vertically from top to bottom against an entire wall. This type of composition creates a sense of orderliness in any room; however, it can become too cluttered if there are too many pieces being displayed at once.
Framed art vs Unframed art –
If you're thinking about framing your artwork, there are a few things to keep in mind.
Framing art can be an expensive process, so it's important to consider the cost of the frame versus the value of the artwork. If the frame costs more than what you paid for the piece itself (or even close!), then it might not be worth it.
If you're looking to add value to a painting or photo by framing it, consider whether or not you have a specific style in mind—this will help you choose a frame that works well with your individual piece. For instance, if you want something that looks sleek and modern, try something with clean lines and simple materials like wood or glass. If your artwork has sentimental value or is part of a collection, you might want to go with something more ornate or decorative—just make sure it doesn't overpower your piece!
You can also consider framing other pieces besides just paintings and photos—think sculptures and knick-knacks that might benefit from an extra layer of protection or interest while they're on display around your home!
Hardware Options to Hang Canvas Art
You can hang your canvas art on nails. This is an easy way to hang canvas art and is a great option for renters who don't have a lot of options for hanging their art.
If you're using nails, make sure that the nails are long enough to go through both layers of canvas. If they aren't, then you will need to use two nails per piece of artwork. You'll also want to make sure that the nail is large enough; if it's too small, then it won't be strong enough to support your artwork.
J Hooks –
The j hook is a secure way to hang canvas art. It is also the most affordable option, which is why we recommend it as a great place to start. The j hook is simply a piece of metal that hooks over your wall and then you can attach your canvas art to it using a nail. J hooks are very easy to install and they come in many different shapes and sizes. If you are hanging your canvas art and are using 2 j hooks, be sure to measure accurately and that they align correctly, otherwise the artwork will hang unevenly.
Sawtooth Brackets –
Sawtooth brackets are the most common type of hardware used to hang canvas art. They come in a variety of shapes, sizes and styles, but they all have two things in common: they're made of metal, and they're meant to be screwed into the wall.
To install sawtooth brackets, you'll need a screwdriver, a hammer (if you're installing them into drywall), and some anchors if your walls aren't already pre-drilled. Once you've got all of your tools together, just follow these instructions:
1) Choose where you want to hang your art (don't forget about picture wire!)
2) Find the studs in that spot with a stud finder or hammer and nail method
3) Drill holes for each bracket (make sure to use an anchor if needed!) on either side of the studs using a drill bit just smaller than the width of your bracket's screw holes so that it doesn't fall through
4) Screw in each bracket using a screwdriver until it's tight against the wall or other surface where it will be mounted
Heysweetwallart For Your Canvas Art
Whether you want to hang a canvas print on your living room wall, or display it in your office, canvas prints from Heysweetwallart is a great way to personalize your space. They're also easy to make and less expensive than you might think!