5 Quick Fixes: New Ways to Hang Art by

Issue 84 · In the Art Studio · August 8, 2013

5 Quick Fixes: New Ways to Hang Art

Issue 84 · In the Art Studio · August 8, 2013

When I was in my mid-twenties, I lived in a Bauhaus-style apartment with plaster walls that crumbled the minute I put a nail to one. The owners were nice enough and installed rods which allowed me to hang my art using invisible fishing line. Here are a few ideas for hanging art in an unconventional way.

Above: London-based artist Tracey Emin hangs her drawings from wooden slats attached to the ceiling. They were a gift from artist Gary Hume. Photograph by John Shand Kydd for the Wall Street Journal.

Above: James Huniford's hallway features art mounted on clipboards. Photograph by Pieter Estersohn for Elle Decor.

Above: Art hangs from a rod attached to the ceiling; via Canadian House and Home.

Above: Wooden clothes hangers display art prints and posters; photo via AT.

Above: An Ikea curtain wire (Dignitet) and office clips display a collection of children's art; photo via The Style Files.

Above: Skirt hangers hang from a wooden rack via Ikea Spotting.

N.B. This post is an update; the original ran on April 24, 2012.



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