When it comes to hanging pictures or art on the wall here at our house, it's usually preceded by major anxiety attacks and buckets of sweat. No joke, guy.
Seriously, I have complete fear of making a mistake measuring and therefore hanging the picture too high or too low or too far left or too far right. You know? And heaven forbid that whatever it is I'm about to hang, takes on a totally different persona once on the wall. What's with that?! You frame your print, you love your print, you hang the exact same before mentioned get-out-of-this-world-why-did-I-wait-so-long-to-buy-you print, only to just cock your head to the side, cross your arms and analyze what on earth just happened to this print you had to have and why it looks so darn bad on the wall?!
I've taken to following a few simple rules (here and here are just a few) and for me, they are like gold. Measuring, it really does make a difference. Depending on where you read, you'll find different height suggestions as to where the centre of your photo should measure from the floor. My go to is 60" it just feels right.
I thought I'd share a few gems that you could add to your walls to rev them up a bit. Yes, rev.
So go ahead, dress those walls up and at the end of the day, if you do make a mistake...blame it on your husband! ha!