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Redecorating your home might be a tough job at times. There's sometimes a need for a change of home decorations. Interior Designs are a thing for professionals, but with a touch of creativity and imagination and, of course, coupled with some expert advice you could do it on your own. This is very difficult if you don't have a plan to follow. In order to set it up efficiently, the first thing would be to create a plan for the design or decoration. That would depend upon what do you want to change, the budget available, the equipment needed and how long will it take to complete the entire project.

If you want to retain the original wall design, it would be much nicer to add some items to further enhance the design, such as art and picture frames. If you have already found that right art for the wall and the right spot to place it, that would be the time to put it on display your beautiful piece for all to view. A popular saying goes with, "A picture speaks a thousand words". A picture brings good old memories back. Things to remember for putting up the pictured or art frame would be a good thing so as to bring out that interior designer within you.

Primarily, we should determine the best place to hang the art piece or pictures. It is better to put heavy pictures from wall stud or beam, rather than wallboard itself. Make markings, like using a pencil, to serves as a guide for the exact location to hang it. Choose the right hook, depending upon the weight of the picture and hammer it on the marked spot. Hang the picture and adjust it to make sure it is placed straight.

There are a lot to be considered in hanging that picture. The pictures should be better to hang at the eye level, which is usually 5 feet and 6 inches. For offices or areas where there are naturally chairs, pictures are best hung at the seated eye level. It is better to have a group of pictures rather than a single picture placed on the wall. It is better to make a design for it first, on where to place the art pieces. Make enough spaces for pictures to stand out from the group of pictures. Make sure to inspect and replace for pictures that fades with time.

Other tips would be to use white or light-colored mats for the pictures, as they give emphasis to the art and picture frames. But that would depend upon the picture itself. Contrast is the key to such an issue and to provide emphasis. To prevent fading, avoid striking the pictures to the rays of sunshine. Instead of nails, it is best to use hooks to hold on the pictures. Try alternating between large and small picture frames. It gives a nicer effect. If more than one picture is to be placed, you could select one to be in the center or its main attraction.

With this article, you could learn some quite few tips in decorating that dull wall. But as experts say, be not afraid to experiment as it unleashes your creative side.

Richard Mckeown enjoys writing for Greatpictureframes.com which sells wall photo frame and vintage picture frame as well as a host of additional products.

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