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ideas for hanging pictures. Also: The tip to remember - Artwork should be hung AT EYE LEVEL, either sitting or standing. Too high, and it doesn't feel like it's in the room at all and no one can really enjoy it. Most people hang things way too high. When in doubt, lower is better to make your room pull together.

Could be nice for the end of a hallway...maybe a grey tone wall color though with black shelving -e.

OMG!!!! this is AMAZING .... PURE GENIUS!!!!! A trick for hanging photo collections: Lay out your arrangement. Flip frames over. Lay waxed paper on top of frames. Mark hanger/nail spot on waxed paper. Flip waxed paper over and tape to wall, nail into wall where indicated. Tear down waxed paper. Hang photos.-- Found this ONE day after I spent HOURS hanging a "gallery wall"

Cap storage...- C-hooks (these are perfect because they actually clasp, those hats won't fall ever!)- they come in clear, white and frosted - curtain rod - hats - less than 10 minutes of time - drill or screwdriver to adhere the poles to the wall.

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DIY Hanging Frames with Labels

Hallway Frames by Shanty2Chic

DIY shoebox home decor Here is how I made it! Collect shoeboxes of various sizes. Paint them. Modge podge scrapbook paper on them. Buy wooden letters and paint them. Hot glue letters on. Buy a curtain rod. Hot glue ribbon on boxes. Slide boxes on rod by ribbon !

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How to Make a Gallery Wall

How to Make a Gallery Wall - Marty's Musings

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50 Insanely Clever Organizing Ideas

Hang baskets on curtain rods to take advantage of unused wall space. The baskets can be attached with zip ties or S-hooks. Good for storing extra hand towels in the bathroom, organizing kids' toys, keeping craft items together, or even storing items in the garage. Repinned from DIY Home Sweet Home