Wow. These pieces certainly make an impact! Horizontal, black and white photos are custom framed in vertical mouldings with super long matboards... Just goes to show - don't let the orientation of the art determine where it will and won't fit. Anything's possible with custom framing!
If you don’t have an eye for design, you might not know where to start when it comes to putting art on your walls. You can always go with your gut, but this infographic lays out some basic rules that make it simple.
Interesting 'rules of the road' for hanging artwork... I'll admit I prefer to just play around with the hanging templates until it feels right... Once that's done (and double-checked with a pocket mirror to make sure it's truly balanced)... Then, I like the idea of checking heights for uniformity (but I just use my nose, shoulder as a guide!)
when hanging frames, draw imaginary lines. Line Art (top): If you have a generous amount of horizontal wall space, draw an imaginary line on your wall and place artwork, photos or decorative plates above and below the line so your display feels balanced. Squared Away (bottom): If you want to fill vertical wall space, such as in an entryway or grand foyer, create a square or rectangle on your wall with painter's tape and loosely arrange your pieces inside. via @raymourflanigan