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The stack or the hang?

What do you think about artwork being stacked, or rested on a sideboard/console table? I am a fan. I like I because it can change frames/canvases around when it suits! I always think it makes the room look taller too. There is a lot more ceiling height above the stacked framed than a hung one (an illusion anyway!).

Multiples look good too. A bigger and then a smaller, or even a few bunched together. Plus, oversized art resting on a table feels grand to me.

Check out these pics below…

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What do you think?

An idea to add to your home? Or you’re not a fan and just prefer art to be hung in a symmetric order? So many questions! Ha. I need to know what YOU think.

♥ KC.

6 comments

  • Chrissie Taylor

    I love the stacked look IF it can be pulled off well enough. I really love horses heads in black and white ATM….and stacking saves holes in the walls…mine seem to slide like dominos though Pinterest fails #1000

  • Chrissie Taylor

    Ps love that big black and white eye one. Might have to give that one a go myself

  • Kelly Taylor

    I have stacked artwork only cause I’m too lazy to hang and it’s been sitting there for months 🙂

  • Sum

    Stacked! love it – so fresh and yes you can change things around so easily.

  • Alison

    Great timing for me as one of my canvases fell off the wall last night and I have been thinking about stacking. I am convinced now!

  • KL

    I love the ‘stacked’ look but they still need to be secured somehow! I had a stack of three and a slight breeze got behing the biggest piece (a painted canvas) and down it all came. The beak broke off my Eames house bird (exy disaster!!!), two vases smashed and a chunk taken out of my new oak floors!. Stack and bewarned!!!!

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