Hanging Heavy works of art with a Picture Hanging System
Guest Post by: Randy Thom @ Systematic Art
You have a variety of options to choose from when it comes to hanging your artwork, and it can make it
challenging to narrow your choices. However, it is essential to know that there are multiple factors you
will need to consider when you want to hang a picture that is not light in weight. Some of the key
elements you will need to consider are as follows:
– the weight of the picture you want to hang
– the type of structure you plan to hang the picture on
– the type of hardware or tools you plan to use to hang the picture
When you have plans to hang a heavy picture, it may not always work out the way you expect, especially
if you are trying to do it alone. While we know, it may not be difficult for you to lift a heavy picture, but
you may find it challenging to actually move the picture around on the wall until you position it the way
you want. If you find yourself having difficulties hanging a picture on a wall because of how big it is or
how much it weighs, we encourage you to think about using picture-hanging hardware to ensure you
successfully hang the picture without damaging the picture or the walls.
Picture hanging hardware was created to allow for a more effective and secure hanging pictures
method. At Systematic Art, our picture hanging systems are manufactured from durable, flexible, and
strong materials. We understand how important it is for our customers to hang pictures and other forms
of artwork successfully. We also understand that our customers do not want to run into any challenges
when it comes to hanging pictures. This is why we have designed our picture hanging systems to limit
the amount of work our customers have to put into hanging pictures and other forms of art.
Benefits of Art in the Office
A study on employee happiness shows that 94% of employees said that art made the workplace better.
Having an aesthetically beautiful workplace also shows employees that they value their health and
happiness and their contributions. Art can also serve a more practical purpose: in large open-plan office
spaces with repetitive plans, art can help employees find their way around. For example, in a block of
conference rooms, each room can be defined by unique signage, murals, or colors that help employees
differentiate each room from the rest. Overall, art gives an office personality and inspires and motivates
For information on “How to Design the Best Gallery at Home”, check out this article from Porch.com.