The vertical hanging
It is more difficult to pick up vertical lines in a room, such as the middle or outer edges of furniture. The centre caresses the human love for symmetries and emphasizes the image. However, this possibility also presupposes an optical balance between the wall surfaces to the left and right of the picture. If, for example, a chest of drawers is placed in a corner, a picture hanging centrally above it with a large free area on the other side would appear squeezed into the corner. Taking up outer edges often seems strange. We therefore recommend that you first place the picture frame at the desired position in order to get a feeling for the perfect positioning. Often it is not the measured center that appears harmonious, but the optical center, which is found through the placement by eye.
Our customers did it this way - examples from the HALBE blog:
In this arrangement, vertical lines are picked up in the room. Vertical rows are well suited for small works or strict horizontal formats. Here you either work with the same widths, or center the frames in the middle.