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How to hang a large canvas?

From picking the right area to display canvas wall art, to deciding whether you want to use image frames, to the perfect display height, to the advantages of eye hooks over hanging wire. Here is everything you need to know about large photo canvas prints hanging and displaying. Pick an area for your canvas print. The wall area at the top of a bed, above couches, or behind a desk is a great choice for photo print on canvas. If you are hanging a series of big canvas wall art, you can either hang them in a best row, or stagger them. Following the elevation of stairs is a best way to hang flower wall art and introduce a dynamic feel to an area.

Step 1: Canvas Hanging Tools and Techniques

We advise hanging your print either with D-rings or sawtooth hangers affixed to the back of the wall art, or with eye hooks affixed to the top of the canvas. All of these items can be purchased at your domestic hardware store. Wire hangings are remarkable for attaching to D-rings or hooks and suspending that large photo canvas prints from the ceiling, but we do not advise to display your canvas print by hanging one wire from the back. Aside from the real hanging tool, the following instruments will come in handy for hanging your canvas print:

Pencil

Measuring tape

Hammer

Tissue paper

Masking tape

Wire

Nails

Screws

Step 2: Width, Height, and Spacing Considerations

One of the biggest mistakes people make in hanging canvas, artwork, photos, prints or posters, is putting them too high on the wall. In general, the center of the piece should be at eye level, which is between fifty-seven to sixty inches / 144 - 152 cm from the floor. You should also ensure the base edge of an individual piece or bigger design is around six to ten inches / 15 -25 cm above the furniture you are hanging it over.

Step 3: Time to Hang your Canvas Print

Now comes the moment you commit to design and begin hanging your canvas print. Use your measuring tape and some pencil marks to plan where each-hanging hook should go on the paper cutouts. Hammer the hooks into the wall via the mark in the paper, tear the paper away and hang your image. Again, use a sprit level to make sure that your canvas print is hanging in a correct line. Generally, canvas prints are very lightweight and easy to hang, which also makes the task easier, and it also allows you to do it alone. Just make sure you take the right measurements.

Step 4: Explore, Choose And Hang A Canvas Print

Try these Classic Wall Art images, or explore more galleries and pictures! Order as a large canvas or print and hang large canvas on a wall on a spot which needs some spark. Hanging a canvas, picture or framed photos can surely give some magic for every space and interior. Make sure You follow your own, unique taste, and give some time for yourself.

How To Hang A Large Canvas?

  • Frozen Water VII (Heads)

    Sculptures of ice, like heads. Pispala, Finland.

  • Frozen Water I (Leaf)

    Sculpture of ice, underneath is a leaf. Pispala, Finland.

  • Early Spring Photos I (Vintage Leaf)

    Early spring photos. Clouds, sun and leaf. Vintage quality made using optics. Pispala, Finland.

  • Bog XX (Stairs And Light)

    Bog XX (Stairs And Light) Vaakkolammi (Vaakko pond) nature preserve area in Tampere, rather small but atmospheric bog area. We were chasing flickering fires there. Tampere, Finland.

  • Bog XIX (Stairs And Light)

    Bog XIX (Stairs And Light) Vaakkolammi (Vaakko pond) nature preserve area in Tampere, rather small but atmospheric bog area. We were chasing flickering fires there. Tampere, Finland.

  • Bog XVIII (Trees)

    Bog XVIII (Trees) Vaakkolammi (Vaakko pond) nature preserve area in Tampere, rather small but atmospheric bog area. We were chasing flickering fires there. Tampere, Finland.

  • Bog XVII (Trees)

    Bog XVII (Trees) Vaakkolammi (Vaakko pond) nature preserve area in Tampere, rather small but atmospheric bog area. We were chasing flickering fires there. Tampere, Finland.

  • Bog XV (Leaf And Light)

    Bog XV (Leaf And Light) Vaakkolammi (Vaakko pond) nature preserve area in Tampere, rather small but atmospheric bog area. We were chasing flickering fires there. Tampere, Finland.

  • Bog XVI (Leaf And Light)

    Bog XVI (Leaf And Light) Vaakkolammi (Vaakko pond) nature preserve area in Tampere, rather small but atmospheric bog area. We were chasing flickering fires there. Tampere, Finland.

  • Bog XIV (Leaf And Light)

    Bog XIV (Leaf And Light) Vaakkolammi (Vaakko pond) nature preserve area in Tampere, rather small but atmospheric bog area. We were chasing flickering fires there. Tampere, Finland.

  • Bog XIII (Leaf And Light)

    Bog XIII (Leaf And Light) Vaakkolammi (Vaakko pond) nature preserve area in Tampere, rather small but atmospheric bog area. We were chasing flickering fires there. Tampere, Finland.

  • Bog XII (Trees)

    Bog XII (Trees) Vaakkolammi (Vaakko pond) nature preserve area in Tampere, rather small but atmospheric bog area. We were chasing flickering fires there. Tampere, Finland.

  • Bog XI (Trees)

    Bog XI (Trees) Vaakkolammi (Vaakko pond) nature preserve area in Tampere, rather small but atmospheric bog area. We were chasing flickering fires there. Tampere, Finland.

  • Bog X (Dry Leaf)

    Bog X (Dry Leaf) Vaakkolammi (Vaakko pond) nature preserve area in Tampere, rather small but atmospheric bog area. We were chasing flickering fires there. Tampere, Finland.

  • Bog VIII (Dry Leaf)

    Bog VIII (Dry Leaf) Vaakkolammi (Vaakko pond) nature preserve area in Tampere, rather small but atmospheric bog area. We were chasing flickering fires there. Tampere, Finland.

  • Bog IX (Dry Leaf)

    Bog IX (Dry Leaf) Vaakkolammi (Vaakko pond) nature preserve area in Tampere, rather small but atmospheric bog area. We were chasing flickering fires there. Tampere, Finland.

  • Bog VI (Dry Leaf)

    Bog VI (Dry Leaf) Vaakkolammi (Vaakko pond) nature preserve area in Tampere, rather small but atmospheric bog area. We were chasing flickering fires there. Tampere, Finland.

  • Bog VII (Dry Leaf)

    Bog VII (Dry Leaf) Vaakkolammi (Vaakko pond) nature preserve area in Tampere, rather small but atmospheric bog area. We were chasing flickering fires there. Tampere, Finland.

  • Bog IV (Dry Leaf)

    Bog V (Dry Leaf) Vaakkolammi (Vaakko pond) nature preserve area in Tampere, rather small but atmospheric bog area. We were chasing flickering fires there. Tampere, Finland.

  • Bog V (Dry Leaf)

    Bog V (Dry Leaf) Vaakkolammi (Vaakko pond) nature preserve area in Tampere, rather small but atmospheric bog area. We were chasing flickering fires there. Tampere, Finland.

  • Bog III (Dry Leaf)

    Bog III (Dry Leaf) Vaakkolammi (Vaakko pond) nature preserve area in Tampere, rather small but atmospheric bog area. We were chasing flickering fires there. Tampere, Finland.

  • Bog I (Dry Leaf)

    Bog I (Dry Leaf) Vaakkolammi (Vaakko pond) nature preserve area in Tampere, rather small but atmospheric bog area. We were chasing flickering fires there. Tampere, Finland.

  • Bog II (Dry Leaf)

    Bog II (Dry Leaf) Vaakkolammi (Vaakko pond) nature preserve area in Tampere, rather small but atmospheric bog area. We were chasing flickering fires there. Tampere, Finland.

  • Park And A Fisherman

    A park and a fisherman. Arboretum, Tampere Finland.