The horizontal hanging
Ideally, the center of the images should be aligned to 1.55m. This is the ideal height to bring motifs to eye level. So average people can see the pictures in the perfect field of view. Under no circumstances should lines such as the upper edges of doors or windows be picked up. This would cause the images to be hung too high - a widespread design error.
The more similar the formats are, the more formally stringent the hanging appears. Lines with horizontal formats can be loosened up by occasional irregular changes to vertical formats. In this way, the rotated pictures receive special attention.
The horizontal row hanging is a classic in wall design and looks particularly stylish in both high and low rooms.
Our customers did it this way - examples from the HALBE blog:
The simplest form of arrangement is to orientate on a horizontal line. This method is particularly suitable for works with the same size. Works of different heights should be aligned at the lower edge or in the middle. A uniform top edge, on the other hand, often looks strange. By the distances of the individual pictures to each other groupings can be formed and by larger distances groups can be separated from each other.
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