How to Hang Artwork
When hanging artwork there are a few rules to keep in mind. The way art is hung can effect the look and feel of any room. The most import rule is is to keep it hung at eye level. This means the middle of the art picture should be right at your eye level. This is true no matter how high your ceilings are and no matter how large the art is.
Another art hanging rule is when you are hanging two or three items together horizontally, or right next to each other, they should be similar items. If it is two items they should be the same size and the same color scheme, if they are by the same artist that is more the better. This will give it a collection look. If you are hanging three the rules apply only when they are hung they need to look symmetrical, meaning the two outside items need to be the same size, the one in the middle can either be the same size, or larger, but it should not be small than the other two.
When art is hung together vertically, use the same principal but also keep in mind that the entire composition of the art, all the items together, should be hung at eye level at the center of the composition. This rule is true no matter how many pieces are grouped together and in what order.
Hanging and grouping art is an important part of any space, by following these rules your art will be adding many benefits to your room.